Pacific Partnership 2014 

Pacific Partnership is the largest humanitarian and disaster response-preparation mission in the Indo-Asia-Pacific. 

In 2014, the ninth iteration of the mission will take place in the Southeast Asia region beginning in May. Directly assisting host nations Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Republic of the Philippines, a Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) ship will serve as this year’s primary mission platform, marking the first time Pacific Partnership will be led from a partner nation’s ship.

A simultaneous airborne phase – also a first for the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s annual humanitarian and disaster response-focused mission -- will fly assistance into host nations Indonesia and Timor-Leste.

Working at the invitation of each host nation, U.S. Navy forces will be joined by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and regional partners that include Australia, Chile, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore to improve multilateral humanitarian assistance (HA) and disaster relief (DR) preparedness.

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Pacific Partnership 2014 Videos
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Click to ViewPP Ophthalmology SMEE in Rote
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Click to ViewPP Team Teaches English
Click to ViewBand Plays Last PP Gig
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 Pacific Partnership 2014 News Articles

Sailor is Reunited With Family in Tacloban on Pacific Partnership
Pacific Partnership Participates in Tacloban Hospital Anniversary Celebration
Navy Cardiologist Increases Awareness for Rheumatic Heart Disease
Service Members Promoted at Leyte Gulf Historical Landmark
Pacific Partnership Medical Specialist Make an Impact in Tacloban Hospital
Pacific Partnership Veterinarians Respond to Rabies Endemic in Philippines
Pacific Partnership Concludes in Cambodia
Pacific Partnership Veterinarians Improve Quality of Life
Pacific Partnership 2014 Wraps Up Mission in Timor-Leste
Pacific Partnership Physical Therapists Assist Patients in Cambodian Physical Rehab Center
U.S. Navy Surgeons Work Alongside Cambodian Physicians
U.S. Pacific Fleet Band Performs in Cambodia
Pacific Partnership Teams up With Golden West Humanitarian Foundation
Pacific Partnership Visits Irmas Alma School for Disabled Children in Timor-Leste
Pacific Partnership Kicks Off in Cambodia
Pacific Partnership Hold Heart Disease Symposium in Cambodia
Pacific Partnership 2014 Enhances Relations and Environment with Beach Cleanup
Pacific Partnership Leads Joint Medical Demonstration
Pacific Partnership Hosts Medical Symposium in Vietnam
Navy Medical Staff Treat Vietnamese Burn Patients
Pacific Partnership Wraps Up Mission in Indonesia
Army Veterinarians Conduct Subject Matter Expert Exchange in Indonesia During Pacific Partnership 2014
Pacific Partnership 2014 Kicks Off in Vietnam
Pacific Partnership Trainers Teach Midwives Safe Birthing Techniques
JS Kunisaki Departs for Pacific Partnership 2014
Partners Build Relations at Local Church During Pacific Partnership
Disaster Planners Team Up for the First Time during Pacific Partnership
Pacific Partnership 2014 Kicks Off with Opening Ceremony in Indonesia
JS Kunisaki arrives in Yokosuka for PP14 on-load
Thirtieth Naval Construction Regiment Departs for Pacific Partnership
Pacific Partnership Brings New Look to Multilateral Mission

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