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Australia, US, Japan Conduct Cope North 21 Military Exercises in Guam as the allies look to strengthen joint response times in the face of the growing threat of China and Russia

Australia, Japan, and America are conducting trilateral military exercises in Guam as the allies look to strengthen joint response times in the face of the growing threat of China and Russia in the Indo-Pacific region. The Cope North 21 exercises will see over 2,000 military personnel convene at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam with approximately 95 aircraft from America, Australia, and Japan. Group Captain Nathan Christie, Australian Commander for Exercise Cope North 21, said the allies will conduct combat-readiness exercises, procedures for humanitarian aid, and disaster relief operations. Led this year by the Koku-Jieita (Japan Air Self-Defence Force), the United…