U.S. May Keep Training Materiel in Australia
U.S. May Keep Training Materiel in Australia

The U.S may keep training materiel in Australia permanently to support the training of up to 2,500 US Marines—defraying significant costs of shipment.

Acting Australian Defence Force chief Air Marshal Mark Binskin says huge costs are involved in shipping US equipment such as armored vehicles to and from Australia, meanwhile proving costly for Australia’s quarantine service to check incoming equipment for foreign pests.

Read more at http://www.skynews.com.au/topstories/article.aspx?id=926439.

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