Maritime exercises test national agencies' response against security threats

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04 Nov 2020 | OPS & TRAINING

Maritime exercises test national agencies' response against security threats

Two high-key maritime security exercises – Exercise Highcrest and Exercise Apex – were held in October and November to test the coordination of whole-of-government responses to maritime security threats amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

//Video Jordan Tay
//Photo courtesy of SFU

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