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Watch the Navy blow the hell out of a warship in a not-so-subtle message to China
The largest largest maritime military exercise in the world may have been scaled back this year due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), but that doesn't mean the U.S. Navy and its naval allies are skipping all of its critical war games
The sinking of the USS Durham at RIMPAC
Live fire from ships and aircraft participating in the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise sink the decommissioned amphibious cargo ship ex-USS Durham (LKA 114) on August 30, 2020
The US and Japan just teamed up for multiple joint air and sea exercises in a message to China
In an implicit message to China, the Japanese and U.S. militaries teamed up this week for a number of joint exercises involving warships, heavy bombers, advanced fighter jets and an aircraft carrier in the waters and airspace near Japan
Watch The US And Its Allies Blow The Hell Out Of A Warship In A Clear Message To China
Twenty-five-thousand personnel from 25 countries around the Pacific are taking part in the 26th iteration of the U.S.-led Rim of...
Despite Recent Tension With US In Pacific, China Invited To 2018 RIMPAC
China has been invited to attend the Rim of the Pacific exercise in Hawaii next year, the Navy said, despite...
Navy Pacific War Games ‘A Huge Success’ … For Hawaii Tattoo Parlors
The monthlong Rim of the Pacific 2016 maritime exercises have wrapped up in Hawaii with a number of firsts, and...
WATCH: Tough Old Warship Takes Bombardment During Sinking Exercise
Editor’s Note: This article by Brendan McGarry originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran community. Check...