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U.S. Coast Guard cutter engages in maritime training with Royal Australian Navy
210912-N-ZZ099-0012.JPG Photo By: Courtesy of Royal Australian Navy

Sep 20, 2021
ALAMEDA, Calif. - Indo-Pacific Endeavour 21 (IPE21) is Australia’s flagship regional engagement activity, reinforcing Australia’s strong and enduring partnerships in Southeast Asia. Centred on a maritime task group, IPE21 involves HMA Ships Canberra and Anzac and approximately 700 people, including Australian Defence Force and civilian defence personnel, and sea riders from partner nations. Engagements have been modified in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and will be carried out primarily through contactless port visits, and will include a range of virtual workshops and at-sea activities.


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