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German military coming to Hawaii

Kevin Knodell
CPL. CHRISTOPHER W. ENGLAND / U.S. MARINE CORPS / AUG. 2
                                Sailors with 5th Platoon, German Coastal Operations Sea Battalion, and U.S. Marines with Battalion Landing Team 2/1, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, make their way to a rally point during an amphibious assault exercise at Stanage Bay, Australia.
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CPL. CHRISTOPHER W. ENGLAND / U.S. MARINE CORPS / AUG. 2

Sailors with 5th Platoon, German Coastal Operations Sea Battalion, and U.S. Marines with Battalion Landing Team 2/1, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, make their way to a rally point during an amphibious assault exercise at Stanage Bay, Australia.

COURTESY KELSIE HANCOCK, KM PHOTOGRAPHY
                                German navy chief Vice Adm. Jan Christian Kaack, third from left, posed for a photo during a January military affairs conference in Waikiki hosted by Honolulu think tank Pacific Forum.
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COURTESY KELSIE HANCOCK, KM PHOTOGRAPHY

German navy chief Vice Adm. Jan Christian Kaack, third from left, posed for a photo during a January military affairs conference in Waikiki hosted by Honolulu think tank Pacific Forum.

CPL. CHRISTOPHER W. ENGLAND / U.S. MARINE CORPS / AUG. 2
                                Sailors with 5th Platoon, German Coastal Operations Sea Battalion, and U.S. Marines with Battalion Landing Team 2/1, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, make their way to a rally point during an amphibious assault exercise at Stanage Bay, Australia.
COURTESY KELSIE HANCOCK, KM PHOTOGRAPHY
                                German navy chief Vice Adm. Jan Christian Kaack, third from left, posed for a photo during a January military affairs conference in Waikiki hosted by Honolulu think tank Pacific Forum.