MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and Japan Coast Guard (JCG) conducted a joint maritime exercise in the waters off the Philippine Capital.
In a statement, the PCG said coast guard personnel from two countries participated in a vessel towing exercise held on Tuesday, January 21.
They also conducted several drill scenarios involving response and rendering necessary assistance to a vessel in distress.
The PCG said the said activity is part of the five-day practical training course on towing and firefighting for the crew members of BRP Malabrigo (MRRV 4402), BRP Kalanggaman (FPB 2404), and PB 151 from January 20 to 24, 2020.
The joint maritime exercise between the PCG and the JCG, along with the Japan International Cooperation Agency, was conducted to enhance their capability on vessel operations, maintenance planning, and maritime law enforcement.
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