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Australian and Philippine military leaders reaffirm commitment to regional stability

The military leaders of Australia and the Philippines reaffirmed their dedication to maintaining peace in the region.

“The phone conversation meeting demonstrated good military coordination between the Philippines and Australia as allies in maintaining the peace and stability in the South Pacific region,” AFP Public Affairs Office Chief Col. Jorry Baclor said in a statement Tuesday.

Prior to the Australian government, working with the United States and the United Kingdom, announcing its move to conventionally armed and nuclear-powered submarines, Centino and Campbell spoke on the phone.

Assuring his counterpart of their continuous collaboration, General Campbell informed the CSAFP (Chief-of-Staff AFP) of this development, according to Baclor.

The 38th iteration of the Philippine-US Exercise “Balikatan,” which begins on April 11, has received sustained support and participation from the Australian government, which Centino thanked on behalf of the government.

Major General Jose Maria Cuerpo II, Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS) for Personnel, J1, Major General Jeffrey Hechanova, DCS for Plans, J5, Brigadier General Fernando Reyeg, DCS for Operations, J3, Brigadier General Ferdinand Barandon, DCS for Intelligence, J2, Brigadier General Noel Beleran, DCS for Education, Training, and Doctrine, J8, Col. Leo Edward Caranto, Acting

Australia provides a CAS simulator to the PAF.

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“On March 13, 2023, the PAF hosted a ceremony for the ceremonial acceptance, handover, and blessing of the new PAF CAS PTT classroom and debriefing facility. Officials from the Australian Embassy also attended. Her Excellency Hae Kyong Yu PSM, the Australian Ambassador to the Philippines, attended the ceremony at Col. Ernesto Ravina Air Base in Capas, Tarlac “Col. Ma. Consuelo Castillo, a PAF spokesperson, said in a statement on Monday evening.

The 710th Special Operations Wing’s first standard air-conditioned facility built with donated technology will enable both students and the training staff to experiment with, pick up, and improve skills in a supportive learning environment.

Castillo continued, “Consequentially, the CAS PTT simulator will enable combat air controllers to receive nearly full sensory experience during the conduct of close air support exercises, thereby improving proficiency, avoiding mishaps, and reducing operating expenses.

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