U.S., Japan and Australian navies take part in first-ever join submarine drills

Australian warships participated in anti-submarine drills with U.S. and Japanese warships for the first in September, as the land Down Under continues to strengthen security ties with historic allies as China rises. Routine meetings on U.S.-Japan-Australia trilateral cooperation have continued under the Trump administration. For instance, in August, the three sides met for the seventh […]
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