Back to overview,Home naval-today Video: Exercise Joint Strike 2015 Video: Exercise Joint Strike 2015 View post tag: Amphibious Task Group View post tag: Exercise Joint Strike View post tag: Sea Series exercises From August 31 to September 4, 2015, Exercise Joint Strike, the inaugural Amphibious Task Group (ATG) joint fires exercise, was conducted at the Beecroft Weapons Range, in the Jervis Bay area, New South Wales.Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army and Royal Australian Air Force personnel from within the ATG conducted a week of joint fires integration. All services worked together to successfully coordinate and validate joint fires on Beecroft Weapons Range.The Royal Australian Navy contributed with HMAS Stuart firing five-inch gun rounds, the Australian Army provided a mortar section, Joint Fires Effects Coordination Centre (JFECC) and Joint Fire Teams (JFT) from the 2nd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment, while the Royal Australian Air Force conducted airstrikes from a Hawk 127 aircraft as well ground liaison staff.The Supporting Arms Coordination Centre (SACC) from the joint headquarters of the Amphibious Task group coordinated the exercise.Exercise Joint Strike 2015 is a joint training activity conducted as part of the 2015 Sea Series of exercises.The aim of the exercise was to validate joint fires procedures between the SACC, JFECC and other services and commence joint fires training in order to assist the ATG achieve Full Operational Capability in 2017.[mappress mapid=”16921″]Image: Australian Navy View post tag: Australia September 14, 2015 Authorities Share this article
According to court records, two Chinese men have pleaded guilty to illegally taking photographs at a Florida Navy base.24-year-old Jielun Zhang and Yuhao Wang, pleaded guilty on Tuesday in Key West federal court.Zhang, and Wang were charged with illegally photographing a U.S. defense installation, and they each face a year in prison plus a $100,00 fine.Since 2018, four Chinese nationals have been caught taking pictures of Key West military bases.
July 23, 2020 Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The Buffalo Bills are giving season ticket holders the option to have their money refunded or defer any payments made toward the 2021 season. The Latest: Bills season ticket holders may defer 2020 games The Gateshead meet was originally scheduled for Aug. 16 and then moved to Sept. 12 before being canceled.The first full Diamond League meet is currently set to be held on Aug. 14 in Monaco.Exhibition meets have been organized remotely from Oslo and Zurich with athletes worldwide competing simultaneously in a few events.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Those who choose to defer payments will maintain an opportunity to purchase a limited number of single-game tickets for this year, should fans be allowed to attend, the team wrote in a letter to season ticket holders on Thursday.Season ticket holders will maintain their seniority for next season no matter which option they choose. Those choosing to keep their money in the account will also get subscriptions to NFL Game Pass and the NFL Network’s RedZone channel.___The Diamond League track meet in Gateshead, England, has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.It is the fifth of the 15 meets in the series to be canceled. The event in London was also called off.