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Pacific Partnership 2012: The Mission

The U.S. Navy’s Pacific Partnership is a dedicated humanitarian and civic action mission conducted with and through partner nations, non-governmental organizations and other U.S. government agencies to execute a variety of humanitarian and civic action (HCA) programs. Pacific Partnership 2012 (PP12) will perform HCA activities in Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, and Cambodia. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) will serve as the command platform in addition to a Japanese Landing Ship Tank (LST 4001) Oosumi. PP12 seeks to build and strengthen alliances, partnerships and relationships with regional host nations, partner nations, foreign humanitarian assistance actors and non-government organizations, and U.S. government interagency organizations by conducting HCA and other civil military operations.






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