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U.S., Thailand, Singapore to begin Cope Tiger 2010

Aviation and ground units from the U.S. Air Force, the Royal Thai Air Force
and Army, and the Republic of Singapore Air Force will participate in the
Cope Tiger 2010 field training exercise in Thailand March 1-12.  Cope Tiger
is an annual, multilateral aerial large force exercise conducted in the
Asia-Pacific region that includes humanitarian and civic assistance
programs.  It takes place at Korat and Udon Thani Royal Thai Air Force Bases
in Thailand.

Aviation and ground units from the U.S. Air Force, the Royal Thai Air Force and Army, and the Republic of Singapore Air Force will participate in the Cope Tiger 2010 field training exercise in Thailand March 1-12. Cope Tiger is an annual, multilateral aerial large force exercise conducted in the Asia-Pacific region that includes humanitarian and civic assistance programs. It takes place at Korat and Udon Thani Royal Thai Air Force Bases in Thailand.

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii -- Aviation and ground units from the U.S. Air Force, the Royal Thai Air Force and Army, and the Republic of Singapore Air Force will participate in the Cope Tiger 2010 field training exercise in Thailand March 1-12.

Cope Tiger is an annual, multilateral aerial large force exercise conducted in the Asia-Pacific region that includes humanitarian and civic assistance programs. It takes place at Korat and Udon Thani Royal Thai Air Force Bases in Thailand.

More than 1,600 people will participate in the exercise, including approximately 500 U.S. servicemembers and 1,100 servicemembers from Thailand and Singapore. The field training exercise includes a combined total of 120 aircraft and air defense units, 21 of which will be U.S. aircraft.

U.S. aircraft scheduled to participate in Cope Tiger 2010 include the C-130 Hercules, A-10 Thunderbolt II, C-17 Globemaster III, E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning Control System, and F-15 Eagle.

Cope Tiger enhances combined readiness and interoperability, reinforces the U.S. commitment to the Asia-Pacific region, and demonstrates U.S. capability to project combined and joint forces strategically in a multilateral environment.