US, Thai relationship rekindled during COBRA GOLD 17

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A soldier from the Royal Thai Army takes U.S Air Force Tech Sgt. Glen Traylor to a meet-and-greet area with foreign leaders at Ban Non Lueam School in Korat Province, Thailand. Traylor, a native of Santa Rosa, Calif., is the non-commissioned officer in charge of this site. CG17 is the largest Theater Security Cooperation exercise in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region and is an integral part of the U.S. commitment to strengthen engagement in the region. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ally Beiswanger)
A soldier from the Royal Thai Army takes U.S Air Force Tech Sgt. Glen Traylor to a meet-and-greet area with foreign leaders at Ban Non Lueam School in Korat Province, Thailand. Traylor, a native of Santa Rosa, Calif., is the non-commissioned officer in charge of this site. CG17 is the largest Theater Security Cooperation exercise in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region and is an integral part of the U.S. commitment to strengthen engagement in the region. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Ally Beiswanger)

US, Thai relationship rekindled during COBRA GOLD 17

by: III Marine Expeditionary Force | .
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published: February 23, 2017
KORAT PROVINCE, Thailand -- An Engineer Civic Action Program team with members from the 35th Civil Engineer Squadron joined hundreds others from 29 nations across the Indo-Asia-Pacific region during Cobra Gold 2017.

The annual exercise is a Thailand and United States co-sponsored Combined Task Force and joint theater security cooperation exercise conducted annually in the Kingdom of Thailand.

CG17 kicked off Feb. 14 and will close out on Feb. 24.

This year’s exercise will consist of three primary events: a staff exercise which includes a senior leader seminar, humanitarian civic assistance projects, and a field training exercise that includes a variety of training events to enhance interoperability and strengthen regional relationships.
 

 

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