U.S. adding firepower and outreach in Pacific to counter China
By William Cole firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan. 10, 2020
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U.S. MARINE CORPS / SEPT. 26
At the annual Chamber of Commerce Hawaii military partnership conference Thursday, Maj. Gen. John “Pete” Johnson, deputy commander of U.S. Army Pacific, said the Army generates goodwill and promotes a free and open Indo- Pacific through its Pacific Pathways deployments that send soldiers out to train in and with partner nations for five months at a time. Above, U.S. Marines with Law Enforcement Detachment conduct live-fire pistol marksmanship training alongside local Palauan law enforcement agencies at Ngaremlengui Pistol Range in Palau.