Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Japanese and United States army began joint sea and airspace military exercises

Japan's Self-Defense Forces and the United States military began joint drills in airspace and sea near Okinawa Prefecture on Monday, according to Japan's Defense Ministry and local media. Japan's public broadcaster, NHK, reported that more than 37,000 personnel from Japan's Self-Defense Forces and some 10,000 U.S. military personnel are involved in the joint drill, which is also utilizing a U.S. aircraft carrier.
F-15J fighter aircraft of Japanese Air Force

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