October 29 2019
South Korea and Australia have begun a joint naval exercise off the southern coast of the Korean peninsula, reports the Yonhap news agency (Seoul).
The Haedori-Wallaby drills began on Tuesday near Pohang and are scheduled to conclude on Thursday.
The training covers anti-submarine, anti-air and anti-ship warfare, in addition to joint maneuvers, said the South Korean navy.
Six South Korean vessels, including the destroyer Choi Young and a submarine, and six aircraft, including P-3...
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