20 Indo-Pacific Maritime Forces Commence 22nd SEACAT Exercise

SINGAPORE — Maritime forces from 20 Indo-Pacific partner nations, including the U.S. Navy, and non-governmental and international organizations, began the 22nd iteration of Southeast Asia Cooperation and Training (SEACAT) in the Republic of Singapore, Aug. 14, 2023. This year included India for the first time since the series began over two decades ago.

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SEACAT is a multilateral exercise designed to enhance cooperation among Indo-Pacific nations and provide mutual support towards addressing crises, contingencies, and illegal activities in the maritime domain using standardized tactics, techniques, and procedures.“This year’s SEACAT is the largest to date, with 20 countries […]

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