Phl, Japanese coast guards hold anti-sea piracy drills
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The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Japanese Coast Guard (JCG) held yesterday anti-sea piracy exercises in Mindanao to prevent threats posed by terrorists like the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG). The PCG and the JCG held joint anti-sea piracy exercises in Jolo, Sulu and the Celebes Sea while maritime law enforcement training exercises would be held from May 30 until June 3 in the Davao Gulf. The maritime exercises would focus on aerial surveillance and reconnaissance.
Macairan, E. (2017, May 14). Phl, Japanese coast guards hold anti-sea piracy drills. Philippine Star, p. 9.
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