BY JULIAN L. NORTH
Continuing a history of defense relations, Singapore and the United States are planning Pacific Griffin, a new military exercise that will be held in Guam biannually starting in 2017.
“The bilateral maritime engagement is an extension of the Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training exercise series that is conducted annually with the Republic of Singapore Navy,” Lt. Commander Arlo Abrahamson, the public affairs officer for Commander, Logistics Group Western Pacific, told the Journal.
International relations between the U.S. and Singapore go back more than 50 years, he said, but over the . . .
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