What Did the Latest US Asia Maritime Security Exercise Achieve?

This year’s iteration of SEACAT marked yet another step in Washington’s effort to expand its exercises in the Asia-Pacific. By Prashanth Parameswaran WASHINGTON, D.C. – Last week, the United States and South and Southeast Asian states ended the latest iteration of the Southeast Asia Cooperation and Training (SEACAT) exercise. The drills, which featured a larger number […]

Staying nimble amid maritime threats

Eleven countries have come together in an exercise to share information about maritime security challenges in the region. Called South-east Asia Cooperation and Training (Seacat), the two-week maritime security exercise co-hosted by Singapore and the United States has the largest number of participants this year. To continue reading, please click here. Source: http://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/

Regional maritime security exercise sees its largest group of participating countries

Lim Min Zhang SINGAPORE – More countries are coming together in an exercise to share information about maritime security challenges in the region. Called South-east Asia Cooperation and Training (Seacat), the two-week maritime security exercise co-hosted by Singapore and the United States has the largest number of participants this year, with 11 nations. To continue […]

Southeast Asian navies hone skills in Maritime Operations for SEACAT

Story by Petty Officer 3rd Class Madailein Abbott  Commander, Logistics Group Western Pacific The Naval War College and Naval Postgraduate School in partnership with Task Force 73 hosted a maritime operations training symposium in Singapore Aug 15-21 that brought liaison officers from partner navies across Southeast Asia together for a week of information sharing and […]