Photos Multinational Exercises Of All Types

Canada & Japan:
HMCS Regina, HMCS Winnipeg and JS Ashigara conducts bilateral exercise on their wait to RIMPAC 2020
Today, 75 years after the Holocaust, IAF and German Air Force aircraft performed a historic flyby at the "Dachau" concentration camp and above the "Fürstenfeldbruck" airport, in memory of those murdered in the holocaust and the 11 victims of the 1972 Munich Massacre.

*Together with our German allies, we vow: "Never Again", and continue to stay united for a better futur


PACIFIC OCEAN (Aug. 19, 2020) HMNZS Manawanui (A09) during weapons firing practice in the Pacific Ocean during Exercise Rim of the Pacific

PACIFIC OCEAN (Aug. 19, 2020) Royal Australian Navy ship HMAS Stuart (FFH 153) conducts a live-firing exercise during Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2020.

RSS Supreme (73) participating in RIMPAC 2020

HMCS Regina and HMCS Winnipeg with their embarked Cyclone helicopters sail to RIMPAC 2020

21 PIX in the above link. Enjoy..Hey how about one of our "experts" name these rolling armor?! Thanks! :cool:

On August 23, the Chinese Army team defeated Belarus, Azerbaijan and Serbia in the same group in the "Tank Biathlon" preliminaries held on the first day of the 2020 International Military Competition, and won the group's first place.

USS Thomas Hudner takes on fuel from Canadian supply ship MV Asterix 4-24 August 2020, Op NANOOK-TUUGAALIK 2020.
USN & Spain:
USS Philippine Sea (CG-58) participates in a vertical replenishment-at-sea exercise with the Spanish frigate Álvaro de Bazán (F 101) in the Mediterranean Sea 28 August 2020
RIMPAC 2020:
PACIFIC OCEAN (Aug. 21, 2020) The guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Erie (CG 70), front, transits the Pacific Ocean with multinational navy ships during a group sail off the coast of Hawaii during Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2020, Aug. 21, 2020. With Hopper are the Royal Canadian Navy Halifax-class frigate HMCS Regina (FFH 334), the Republic of Singapore Navy frigate RSS Supreme (73) and a Republic of Korea Sejong The Great class ROKS Seoae Ryu Seong-ryong
Australia, USN & Japan:
PACIFIC OCEAN 2nd Sept 2020. HMAS Stuart (FFH 153), the U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Chafee (DDG 90), the Australian frigate HMAS Arunta (FFH 151), and the Japanese destroyer JS Ashigara (DDG 178) sail in formation following RIMPAC 2020.

200902-N-NO842-1001 PACIFIC OCEAN (Sep. 2, 2020) Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) ship JS Ise (DDH 182) leads a multinational formation in the Pacific Ocean following Exercise Rim of the Pacific 2020. Group sails between the JMSDF, ADF, and U.S. Navy support shared goals of peace and stability while enhancing regional security and the right of all nations to trade, communicate, and choose their destiny in a free and open Indo-Pacific region. (JMSDF courtesy photo)
RN & Saudi Arabia:
HMS Argyll (L) operating with RNSF Al Riyadh (R) in the Red Sea, 7th Sept 2020



U.S. Strategic Command, in support of U.S. Africa Command, began B-52 interoperability training missions September 7 in North Africa.

The first mission included participation from four Moroccan F-16s. The B-52s also will also demonstrate maritime interdiction capabilities by intercepting the USS Roosevelt, which will simulate a hostile vessel, in the southern Mediterranean Sea.

"Conducting these missions alongside our African partners shows the strategic reach of our joint force and our collective commitment to preventing malign influence in Africa," said Maj. Gen. Joel Tyler, U.S. Africa Command Director of Operations. "The security and stability of the African continent remains a vital U.S. interest."


Moroccan F-16s fly alongside a U.S. Air Force B-52H Stratofortress, assigned to the 5th Bomb Wing at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota, during a Bomber Task Force mission on Monday. (Senior Airman Xavier Navarro/Air Force)
SOUTHERN ARABIAN GULF – The United Arab Emirates Joint Aviation Command (JAC) conducted combined naval and air training operations with forces assigned to U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT) and U.S. Air Forces Central Command (AFCENT) in the southern Arabian Gulf, June 21-25.

The Air Operations in Maritime Surface Warfare (AOMSW) training, consisted of a combination of aviation and surface assets tracking and engaging simulated fast attack craft. The expeditionary sea base USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 3) served as an afloat staging platform for the UAE and U.S. aircraft.

UAE pilots also successfully completed deck landing qualifications (DLQs) aboard the Puller, conducting day and night landings and refueling operations with CH-47F, Bell 407, AH-64D, and UH-60M helicopters.

Participating U.S. forces included the P-8 Poseidon maritime patrol and reconnaissance aircraft assigned to NAVCENT, and the AFCENT Air Warfare Center (AWC) located at Al Dhafra Air Base, UAE.

Integration operations between UAE and U.S. maritime forces are regularly held to maintain interoperability, ensure freedom of navigation and the free flow of commerce throughout the heavily trafficked waterways.

“These training opportunities reinforce partnership commitments in the region, enhance interoperability, and demonstrate UAE and U.S. resolve to respond to threats in the region,” said Brigadier Gen. Matthew Trollinger, Commander of Task Force 51/5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade (MEB).

Puller supports Task Force 51/5th MEB’s broad range of missions in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations which include crisis response, airborne mine countermeasures, counter-piracy operations, maritime security operations, and humanitarian assistance/disaster.