Australia, US launch biggest joint military exercises

Australia and the United States launched their biggest joint war games Monday, involving 27,500 troops backed by a US aircraft carrier and scores of ships and planes. The biennial Talisman Sabre exercise pits 20,000 US troops and 7,500 Australian forces against two fictional enemies — the Kamarians and Musorians — in a variety of land and sea-based scenarios designed to test their skills in combat, peacekeeping and humanitarian relief efforts. Full Story

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