Us Military Vehicles on Exercise In Australia
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Delivery & Returns
Delivery & Returns
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Australia has long enjoyed a strong defence relationship with the USA. It was strengthened by Australian support for the USA’s Global War on Terror, specifically the operations in Iraq and Afghanistan that turned into long-running counterinsurgencies.
Today the USA and Australia have jointly turned their attention to the next looming threat, that of a belligerent China that is investing heavily to modernise its People’s Liberation Army.
The largest and most important military training between Australia and the USA occurs every two years under the auspices of Exercise Talisman Sabre. Over the past decade, it has been interesting to observe the changing nature of the event, its growing complexity and scale, and the modernisation of vehicle fleets. Indeed, this publication for the first time illustrates the wide range of US Army and US Marine Corps vehicles that make their way Down Under for this important event in the two countries? military training calendar.
Illustrated with 130 colour photographs