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Japan for the first time conducted large military exercises on remote islands
Japan for the first time conducted major military exercises on remote islands in the south-west of the country using three military arms, said today NHK.
The venue was uninhabited islands near the Amami Islands in Kagoshima Prefecture. The exercise was attended by four ships of the naval forces, as well as 11 fighters and helicopters and about 1300 employees of the ground self-defense forces. The Japanese military practiced the situation of clearing the island from the enemy landing on it. To this end, those who arrived on the transport ship "Simokita" had to unnoticed by the enemy transfer to maneuverable boats and disembark, and then begin an operation to clear it.
Similar exercises part of the Japanese self-defense forces were held at US training grounds in conjunction with the US Marine Corps, in Japan they are held for the first time.