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  • RIMPAC 2022 Concludes

    The world’s largest international maritime exercise concluded Aug. 4 following more than a month of realistic, relevant combined operations training conducted in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California.

  • U.S. Navy, Mexico navy, Royal Australian Navy and Royal Canadian Navy divers train on the sunken harbor tug Nashua (YTB 774) during RIMPAC 2022.

    Partner Nation EOD, Divers Build Combined Force Capabilities during RIMPAC 2022

    Divers and explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) technicians from six partner nations completed training at Rim of the Pacific 2022 in Pearl Harbor, July 29. 

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    RIMPAC 2022 Officially Starts

    RIMPAC forces will exercise a wide range of capabilities, projecting the inherent flexibility of maritime forces and helping to promote a free and open Indo-Pacific.

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