Multinational joint navy exercise KAKADU 2018 kicks off

2018-09-07 02:39:30 GMT2018-09-07 10:39:30(Beijing Time) Sina English
Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service) Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service)
Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service) Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service)
Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service) Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service)
Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service) Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service)
Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service) Exercise KAKADU 2018 has commenced at sea off the coast of Darwin, Australia. The joint exercise was hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. This year's event involves the participation of 27 countries, including China, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea. (Photo/China News Service)
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