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The Thai and Australian armies have begun a joint military training exercise in Chonburi.

The opening ceremony took place at the 21st Infantry Regiment in Chonburi. Commander of the 2nd Infantry Division, Major General thailand_australia_militaryCharoenchai Hinthao and Australian Ambassador to Thailand HE Paul Robilliard, co-chaired the event.

The training entitled Chapel Gold 2016 consists of urban combat, a live firing exercise, forest survival and day and night offensive operations. The activity is aimed at forging ties between Thailand and Australia and strengthening the military abilities of their armies.

The joint exercise started on 3rd November and will continue until 14th November at Navamintra Rajinee Camp. The Australian Ambassador also signed a book of condolences on the passing of His Majesty the King.

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