ASEAN Defense Ministers' meeting-plus, Counter-terrorism exercise
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From 9 to 13 September 2013, 872 personnel from the ASEAN Defense Ministers’ Meeting-Plus (ADMM-Plus) countries participated in a major Counter-Terrorism Exercise (CTX), in Sentul, Indonesia. The CTX was the first conducted under the auspices of the ADMM-Plus Expert Working Group for Counter-Terrorism (EWG-CT), co-chaired by Indonesia and the United States (U.S.), and one of the five ADMM-Plus Expert Working Groups created at the first ADMM-Plus meeting of Defense Ministers in October 2010, in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Program Direction by Tim Doorey, CCMR. Report writing by Diana Nomura and Victoria Hart. Cover design, report layout and design by Erik Kiyoi. Photos by Indonesian Ministry of Defense’s Public Affairs Office. Copyright © 2013 Naval Postgraduate School. All rights reserved. The opinions, conclusions and recommendations expressed or implied herein are those of the contributors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Naval Postgraduate School, U.S. Navy, U.S. Department of Defense, or any other agency or institution.
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