January 28 2011
U.S. and Japanese forces have kicked off their annual Yama Sakura exercise at Camp Kengun in southwestern Japan, reports the Stars and Stripes.
The command-post exercise is designed to test the ability of U.S. and Japanese ground forces to coordinate communications, intelligence-sharing and troop movements in a computer-simulated environment.
Japan is planning to concentrate more troops and military assets in the southwest to prepare for potential North Korean provocations...
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