The US, Japan, Australia, and Canada Joined Exercise in the South China Sea region for stability
The US, Japan, Australia, and Canada Joined Exercise in the South China Sea region for stability.
United States, Japan, Australia, and Canada recently joined forces for a maritime exercise in the South China Sea.
Ships from the US Navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, Royal Australian Navy, and Royal Canadian Navy sailed in a formation during the Exercise.
The joint drill is a bilateral exercise between the US and Japan to develop coordination and interoperability between the allies further.