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    • Super Garuda Shield 23

      Super Garuda Shield 23 is a joint and multilateral military training exercise between the Indonesia National Armed Forces and the U.S. military. This year, a total of 20 countries are expected to participate in or observe Super Garuda Shield 23. Participants will train together in security operations, staff exercises, and joint and combined field training exercises. The exercise also includes...

    • Super Typhoon Yutu

      Super Typhoon Yutu ripped through the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Oct. 24th, causing destruction on the islands of Saipan and Tinian.

      Task Force-West was stood up by U.S. Indo-Pacific Command and is responding to the devastation caused by Super Typhoon Yutu, which struck Oct. 24 over the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. According to the National Oceanic and...

    • Support for Ukraine

      The United States is working with Allies and partners to support Ukraine in their fight for sovereignty and freedom. The U.S. has provided Ukraine with billions of dollars in security assistance since the beginning of Russia’s unprovoked assault on Feb. 24, 2022.

    • Support to European Partners and Allies

      The Department of Defense's effort to support our European partners and allies

    • SWCS Proficiency Jump

      U.S. Army Paratroopers from the JFK Special Warfare Center (SWCS) participate in an airborne operation at the St. Mere Eglise Drop Zone on Fort Bragg, N.C., March 7, 2016. Paratroopers and Green Berets conducted a proficiency jump from a UH-60 Blackhawk to maintain their currency.

    • Sweden and U.S. Bilateral SOF Exercise

      Sweden and the United States conducted a bilateral exercise to test joint defense capabilities together with conventional and Special Forces. The partner nations cooperated through land, air, and sea components to strengthen interoperability, increase stability, and enhance security in the Baltic Sea Region.

    • Swift Response

      Swift Response 24 involves approximately 3,650 U.S. and 9,500 multinational participants and is scheduled to begin around May 5, 2024, with Joint Forcible Entries (JFEs), or airborne operations. In addition to the airborne operations, multinational forces will conduct air assaults, live-fires and multinational training. This year Swift Response is linked to the national exercises Quadriga...

    • Swift Response 16

      More than 5,000 service members from 9 NATO nations - Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States - will take part in exercise Swift Response 16. The exercise is designed to evaluate the readiness of the U.S. Army's Global Response Force alongside high-readiness Allied forces.