U.S. Moves Closer Toward Redefining Defense Cooperation With Japan

By Tony Bertuca / October 8, 2014 at 8:15 AM
The United States has reached a significant milestone in the ongoing revision of its security relationship with Japan and has identified several focus areas for new defense cooperation guidelines set to be finalized later this year, according to U.S. government officials. The United States and Japan plan to explore ways to expand their alliance in the areas of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; air and missile defense; training and exercises; use of facilities and areas; logistics support; and maritime security, according...

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