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170531-M-YO248-006 SATTAHIP NAVAL BASE, Thailand (May 31, 2017) A USS Coronado (LCS) Visit Board Search and Seizure team member discusses tactics, techniques and procedures with Royal Thai Navy colleagues before a training simulation during Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training Thailand 2017 May 31.  Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) is a series of PACOM sponsored, U.S. Pacific Fleet led bilateral exercises held annually in South and Southeast Asia to strengthen relationships and enhance force readiness. CARAT exercise events cover a broad range of naval skill areas and disciplines including surface, undersea, air and amphibious warfare; maritime security operations; riverine, jungle and explosive ordnance disposal operations; combat construction; diving and salvage; search and rescue; maritime patrol and reconnaissance aviation; maritime domain awareness; military law, public affairs and military medicine; and humanitarian assistance, disaster response. (U.S. Navy photo by Lance Corporal Jacob Colvin/RELEASED)
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SATTAHIP NAVAL BASE, Thailand - 170531-M-YO248-006 SATTAHIP NAVAL BASE, Thailand (May 31, 2017) A USS Coronado (LCS) Visit Board Search and Seizure team member discusses tactics, techniques and procedures with Royal Thai Navy colleagues before a training simulation during Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training Thailand 2017 May 31. Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) is a series of PACOM sponsored, U.S. Pacific Fleet led bilateral exercises held annually in South and Southeast Asia to strengthen relationships and enhance force readiness. CARAT exercise events cover a broad range of naval skill areas and disciplines including surface, undersea, air and amphibious warfare; maritime security operations; riverine, jungle and explosive ordnance disposal operations; combat construction; diving and salvage; search and rescue; maritime patrol and reconnaissance aviation; maritime domain awareness; military law, public affairs and military medicine; and humanitarian assistance, disaster response. (U.S. Navy photo by Lance Corporal Jacob Colvin/RELEASED)


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