Philippine held shoulder to shoulder joint military exercises, the Philippine people rally protest

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 Philippine held shoulder to shoulder joint military exercises, the Philippine people rally protest


Philippines defense minister Loren Za Na said at the opening ceremony that the Philippine party hopes to improve its counter-terrorism capability through the military exercise, which will include amphibious landings, live ammunition drills, simulated chemical attacks, disaster response, and liaison integration. Philippine side said that the Philippine army sent about 5000 soldiers, the U.S. military sent about 3000 people to participate in the exhibition, Australia and Japan also sent a small number of soldiers to participate. The Philippines also invited Britain to act as an observer. The military exercises will be held at various locations in Luzon Island, Philippines. In addition to training for humanitarian relief and disaster reduction, the United States will also conduct military operations training on urban terrain, the US ambassador to the Philippines said. Last May, the city of Malawi, the southern city of Malawi, was attacked by terrorists. Because of the Philippine armys lack of experience in the urban terrain, the war was delayed more than 5 months, resulting in the death of more than 1200 people, including 961 militants, and the city was destroyed. Source: Xinhua editor: Liang Lian Fei _NBJS6165 Philippines defense minister Loren Za Na said at the opening ceremony that the Philippine party hopes to improve its counter-terrorism capability through the military exercise, which will include amphibious landings, live ammunition drills, simulated chemical attacks, disaster response, and liaison integration. Philippine side said that the Philippine army sent about 5000 soldiers, the U.S. military sent about 3000 people to participate in the exhibition, Australia and Japan also sent a small number of soldiers to participate. The Philippines also invited Britain to act as an observer. The military exercises will be held at various locations in Luzon Island, Philippines. In addition to training for humanitarian relief and disaster reduction, the United States will also conduct military operations training on urban terrain, the US ambassador to the Philippines said. Last May, the city of Malawi, the southern city of Malawi, was attacked by terrorists. Because of the Philippine armys lack of experience in the urban terrain, the war was delayed more than 5 months, resulting in the death of more than 1200 people, including 961 militants, and the city was destroyed.