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  1. The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (AFRF), [note 1] commonly known as the Russian Armed Forces, are the military forces of Russia. They comprise the world's fifth-largest military in terms of active-duty personnel, with at least 2 million reserve personnel. [10] [11] Their branches consist of the Ground Forces, Navy, and Aerospace ...

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  2. The Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945) was a military conflict that was primarily waged between the Republic of China and the Empire of Japan. The war made up the Chinese theater of the wider Pacific Theater of the Second World War. The beginning of the war is conventionally dated to the Marco Polo Bridge Incident on 7 July 1937, when a ...

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    USINDOPACOM's Area of Responsibility (AOR) encompasses the Pacific Ocean from Antarctica at 92°W, north to 8°N, west to 112°W, northwest to 50°N/142°W, west to 170°E, north to 53°N, northeast to 62°30’N/175°W, north to 64°45’N/175°W, south along the Russian territorial waters to the People's Republic of China, Mongolia, the Democratic People's Repu...

    Establishment of unified commands in the Pacific

    USINDOPACOM has evolved through the gradual consolidation of various commands in the Pacific and Far East. Its origins can be traced to the command structure established early in World War II to wage the war in the Pacific. In April 1942, U.S. military forces in the Pacific Theatre were divided into two commands: the South West Pacific Area (SWPA) under Army General Douglas MacArthur; and the Pacific Ocean Areas (POA) under Navy Admiral Chester W. Nimitz. Each had command of all U.S. military...

    The Korean War

    The outbreak of the Korean War and subsequent developments in the Far East tested the U.S. unified command structure in the Pacific. Although General MacArthur, as CINCFE, had been relieved of responsibility for South Korea, early U.S. reaction to North Korea's invasion of the South on 25 June 1950 came through his command. On 10 July, at the request of the United Nations, President Truman directed General MacArthur to establish the United Nations Command (UNC)for the purpose of directing ope...

    Reorganization of 1956

    The new Unified Command Plan approved by Secretary of Defense Charles Wilson on 21 June 1956 produced significant changes to the command structure in the Pacific. ALCOM would remain as a unified command because of its strategic location, retaining its mission for the ground defense of the Alaskan region. Its other responsibilities, however, were reduced: the duty for the protection of sea communications in Alaskan waters was assumed by PACOM. The responsibilities of the Continental Air Defens...

    While any qualified officer in the U.S. Armed Forces can be appointed as commander of INDOPACOM, only a Navyofficer has ever held this office.

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    2015 International Army Games - Took place in Russia from August 1–15, 2015.
    2016 International Army Games - Took place from July 30 to August 13, 2016. 3,500 servicemen from 19 states fought in 23 competitions.
    2017 International Army Games - Was held from July 29 to August 12 in 5 countries: Russia, China, Azerbaijan, Belarus, and Kazakhstan. During the games 28 international competitions were held, incl...
    2018 International Army Games - Was held from July 28 to August 11, 2018. The competitions were held in Armenia and Iran for the first time. Teams from Algeria, Vietnam, Myanmar, Pakistan, the Suda...
    Suvorov Attack ("Suvorov Onslaught"): competition between crews/specialists of infantry combat vehicles
    Aviadarts: competition for flight crews
    Masters of artillery fire: artillery calculation competition

    Greece was the only NATO member state that has officially participated in the games. Since 2020, three largely-unrecognisedcountries have participated.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Iraq_WarIraq War - Wikipedia

    The Iraq War [nb 1] was a protracted armed conflict in Iraq from 2003 to 2011 that began with the invasion of Iraq by the United States–led coalition that overthrew the Iraqi government of Saddam Hussein.The conflict continued for much of the next decade as an insurgency emerged to oppose the coalition forces and the post-invasion Iraqi government. [51]

  4. The Houthi movement [a] (/ ˈ h uː θ i /; Arabic: ٱل ح وث ي ون al-Ḥūthīyūn [al.ħuː.θiː.juːn]), officially called Ansar Allah (ʾAnṣār Allāh أ ن ص ار ٱلل ه Partisans of God or Supporters of God) and colloquially simply Houthis, is an Islamist political and armed movement that emerged from Saada in North Yemen in the 1990s.

  5. The military history of Iran has been relatively well-documented, with thousands of years' worth of recorded history. Largely credited to its historically unchanged geographical and geopolitical condition, the modern-day Islamic Republic of Iran (historically known as Persia) has had a long and checkered military culture and history; ranging ...

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