Maritime

22 nations, including first-ever Chinese ships, set to begin RIMPAC

“The world’s largest multination naval exercise kicks off Thursday, and this year includes an unusual player: for the first time, the Chinese navy. China is dispatching four ships to the biennial Rim of the Pacific exercise held around Hawaii, joining 22 other nations in maritime training slated to involve 47 ships, six submarines, more than 200 aircraft and 25,000 sailors, 3rd Fleet said in a news release in the run-up to the event.”

Source: 22 nations, including first-ever Chinese ships, set to begin RIMPAC | Navy Times | navytimes.com

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