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Pacific Partnership 2022 kicks off in Solomon Islands
220829-N-N1109-0001.JPG Photo By: Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Sfc. Toshihiro Mizuochi

SOLOMON ISLANDS - Color guard personnel display the flags of the United States and Solomon Islands during a public ceremony in Unity Square in the heart of Honiara. Now in its 17th year, Pacific Partnership is the largest annual multinational humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission conducted in the Indo-Pacific. In Honiara, the Pacific Partnership 2022 team is comprised of representatives from Australia, Japan, and the United States. PP22 events are coordinated with the host nation and are planned based on the requirements and requests of Solomon Islands. Engagements in Honiara will include medical care and exchanges, engineering projects, discussions on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, and community outreach events, including band concerts and sporting events.


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