U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Daniel Hipol, the executive officer of Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – WASP, explains the importance of Naval integration and partner nations, aboard the USS Wasp (LHD 1), in the Pacific Ocean, Oct. 1, 2019.
The SPMAGTF-WASP provides an excellent venue to increase overall readiness and military proficiency for all participants. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Robert L Kuehn)
We’re the partner of nations here it’s obviously very important. We’d never lose sight of the fact that this is a people business. The reason we’re doing this is we may be working within these countries with a partner of nations, and we want to establish that relationship in case there is any situation where we need in the future for humanitarian assistance where we would be involved. This isn’t the first time we were working with this partner of nations.
The capability of the United States to make their forces work together. Land, air and sea at the same time and they can forgive power in different points of the globe.
My name is Javier Zepeda, I am Lieutenant Commander of the El Salvador Navy and I have so far two years of duty.
We’ve concentrated our training as a scenario based training. We’ve conducted a staff X1 and 2 where we presented a problem, and we work towards a solution with the Marine Corps planning process, where we as Marines worked within our planning process to come up with a solution. That solution was with the partner of nations so we weren’t operating alone.
The importance of this trip for the Brazilian guys is that you can compare the R2P2 process of planning the rapid process planning, between this process and the rapid process of planning Brazil techs called St. Alfred.
I am the Lieutenant Captain Rosback. I am a Brazilian Marines, and my branch of service is the infantry. For Colonel Prigy, he is staff officers. I only have to appreciate very much the work and all the lessons that they have already learned. Brazilian words, I just have to say muito obrigado.