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Friday, June 22, 2018

RIMPAC Military Exercise in Hawai’i During July

Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) Military Exercise in Hawai’i During July

JUNE 22, 2018

Source: Starship Earth: The Big Picture

USS Carl Vinson – CVN-70 Nimitz class aircraft carrier, US Navy

Another “drill”. It’s something they do every other year with the participation of 26 nations. We’re always watching when “exercises” and “drills” are in progress what with all the coincidences there have been in the past, and with things so dicey in Hawai’i right now…we have our situational awareness cranked up to high.

Apparently they’ve “disinvited” China from the sandbox this year. How childish, but that’s boys and their war games for you.

I don’t know why they feel the need to do “maritime warfare exercises”. Why don’t they practice being peaceful, instead? ~ BP

USS Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor, Hawai’i

USS Carl Vinson heads to Hawaii for RIMPAC

SAN DIEGO – USS Carl Vinson deployed from San Diego Monday where it will join other fleets to take part in RIMPAC.

The Rim of the Pacific Exercise is the world’s largest maritime warfare exercise held every other year during June and July. It is based in Hawaii.

The RIMPAC exercise involves 26 countries from across the world, including Australia, India, Japan and the United Kingdom. Over 25,000 people are involved in the military operation.

The largest maritime exercise in the world strengths relationships with their partners, according to USS Carl Vinson’s Commanding Officer Capt. Matt Paradise.

“Safety is my number one priority,” Paradise said. “Rest assured we’ll be home before you know it and the sailors will have great stories to tell.”

In late May, the US withdrew an invitation to China to participate in the RIMPAC.

A Pentagon spokesman said in a statement that “China’s behavior is inconsistent with the principles and purposes of the RIMPAC exercise,” and it has “disinvited the PLA Navy from the 2018 Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) Exercise.”

The decision to withdraw China’s invitation was made by Defense Secretary James Mattis in coordination with the White House, according to a US official, after Beijing’s recent deployment of missile systems and the first landing of a Chinese bomber on an island in the South China Sea.

The same defense official told CNN that the US has its own imagery showing China’s deployment of anti-ship missiles, surface-to-air missiles and jammers on disputed islands.

See videos here…

From the US Navy website…
U.S. Navy announces 26th RIMPAC exercise

And here’s a new twist for 2018… There’s a “war college”? Just what we need. “War” is a four-letter word in my book. ~ BP
Naval War College to support RIMPAC 2018

NEWPORT R.I. – U.S. Naval War College’s (NWC) Humanitarian Response Program (HRP) and faculty from NWC’s College of Maritime Operational Warfare (CMOW) are set to play a key role in execution of the Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HA/DR) portion of U.S. Pacific Fleet’s Exercise “Rim of the Pacific” (RIMPAC) in July 2018.

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