Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 5, along with various U.S. Army, Air Force and Navy commands as well as the Australian navy, completed the four-day annual Fleet Synthetic Training-Joint (FST-J) 72 exercise of Asia-Pacific forces earlier this month. As funding for real training becomes increasingly scarce, synthetic training scenarios are likely to become more prevalent. Led by Tactical Training Group Pacific (Tactragrupac), the exercise allowed CSG 5 to train while still pier side at Fleet ...
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