US, Singapore start joint military drills 

Members of the Singapore and United States armed forces are taking part in their first bilateral Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training Exercise in the Republic’s territorial waters after two years, Report informs with reference to The Straits Times.

The five-day Exercise Carat 2023, which involves the American ship USS Makin Island, will last until Friday. The last edition in Singapore was held in 2020.
“These exercises have always been to share knowledge, hone our skills, and cooperate with different partners in the region,” said Captain Tony Chavez, commanding officer of the USS Makin Island.

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