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US, Japan, South Korea and Australia hold 1st naval drills in Western Pacific

US, Japan, South Korea and Australia hold 1st naval drills in Western Pacific

US Navy ships have conducted joint drills with warships from Japan, Australia and South Korea in their first combined exercise in the Western Pacific.

The ‘Pacific Vanguard’ exercise near the US island of Guam started on May 23. US wish to allies in Asia to help counter China's military might in the region.

The six-day exercise involves two Japanese destroyers, two Australian frigates and a destroyer from South Korea, with as many as 3,000 sailors participating. Pacific Vanguard is the latest show of combined naval force in the Asia Pacific region.

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