U.S. Indo-Pacific Command will conduct Large Scale Global Exercise 21
By U.S. Indo-Pacom Public Affairs
/ Published August 02, 2021
CAMP SMITH, Hawaii – U.S. Indo-Pacific Command will conduct Large Scale Global Exercise 21 (LSGE21) from Aug. 2-27, 2021. LSGE21 is a Department of Defense exercise executed by U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, which incorporates U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps forces, alongside UK Armed Forces, Australian Defence Force, and Japan Self-Defense Force.
The United States is committed to working with our unmatched network of alliances and partnerships in this complex operating environment to ensure regional stability, strengthen the internal rules-based order, secure lines of communication, and maintain a free and open Indo-Pacific that benefits all nations.
This all-domain exercise will take place across the Indo-Pacific region with our global partners in the form of field training, logistical support activities, amphibious landings, airborne and ground maneuvers, air operations, maritime operations, and special operations activities. United States forces will train with allies and partners to improve interoperability, trust, and shared understanding to better address security challenges impacting all nations.