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Royal Thai M60A1 battle tanks get into a formation


Royal Thai M60A1 battle tanks get into a formation



Royal Thai M60A1 battle tanks get into a formation to maneuver towards the objective during a combined arms live-fire exercise as part of exercise Cobra Gold in Training Center Ban Chan Krem, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 21. Cobra Gold, in its 33rd iteration, demonstrates Kingdom of Thailand, U.S. and other participating nation commitment to regional partnership, prosperity and security in the Asia-Pacific region. The CALFEX is a field exercise which consisted of Royal Thai, Republic of Korea, and U.S. Marine infantry, mechanized infantry, and air assets to demonstrate unique capabilities of a multinational force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Artur Shvartsberg/Released)





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