The Philippine Marine Corps (PMC) and the US Marine Corps (USMC) will conduct specialised helicopter drills from July 18 to 22. The PMC and USMC are anticipated to execute and refine their techniques, strategies, and procedures for interoperability. The primary a part of MASA 2022 occurred in Palawan and included a mixed joint ahead arming and refueling demonstration, and a lecture on unmanned air programs operations. This may embrace Helicopter Rope Suspension Coaching and Aeromedical Evacuation Coaching.

Philippine Marine Corps spokesperson Maj. Emery Torres, in a press release Sunday evening, mentioned these workout routines are the second a part of the Marine Aviation Assist Exercise (MASA) 2022. The primary part of the workout routines occurred from June 6 to 17. The second a part of MASA 2022 between the PMC and USMC can be performed in Zambales and Taguig Metropolis from July 18 to 22, 2022. This may embrace helicopter rope suspension coaching and aeromedical evacuation coaching”.

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Second a part of the Philippine Marine Corps (PMC) and the US Marine Corps (USMC) Aviation Assist Exercise all set

BGen. Raul Jesus L. Caldez PN(M), performing Commandant of the Philippine Marine Corps and Train Director of MASA 2022, mentioned,”That the whole lot is ready for this bilateral train. He seems to be ahead to the profitable conduct of the exercise because the PMC and USMC are anticipated to execute and refine their techniques, strategies, and procedures for interoperability”.

4 C-17 transport plane of the US Air Drive arrived in Laoag Metropolis on June 6 together with a US C-130 cargo airplane that landed on June 7 carrying personnel and tools for the second leg of the train from July 18 to 22.This collection will function lectures on sensor operations, air surveillance, air protection, and high-mobility artillery rocket system infiltration. The MASA 22 additionally contains built-in and joint interoperability actions, akin to coastal protection ahead arming and refueling and subject material exchanges for unmanned aviation programs and engineering with individuals from the Naval Air Wing of the Philippine Navy and the Philippine Air Drive.