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US Army Japan Exercises

The U.S. forces stationed or deployed in Japan signal a national commitment to the security alliance to defend Japan and preserve peace and security in the Far East region. To this end, USFJ conducts two primary exercises with the Japan Defense Agency and the JSDF. These exercises alternate every year between the computer-assisted command post exercise KEEN EDGE and the field training exercise KEEN SWORD. Both exercises develop bilateral and multiservice operational techniques, tactics and procedures for both a defense of Japan scenario and Japanese support for U.S. forces activities in a regional contingency scenario.

Month/Exercise Yama SakuraKeen Edge North Wind Orient Shield
Keen Sword
MEDEX
October 2001 10-12 YS41 Site Survey 2-5 NW02 Commanders' coord
13-17 YS41 FPC
November 2001 13-16 KE02 FPC
19-20 KE03 USFJ CDC
December 2001 1-2 IPC 17-21 NW02 FPC
January 2002 3-31 YS41 Exercise 7-11 KE02 Database Test
February 2002 1-3 YS41 Recovery KE02 Exercise11-28 NW02 Exercise
March 2002 11-15 YS43 IPC 11-15 KE03 IPC
25-29 KE03 Initial Coord Mtg
25-29 KE03 USARJ ICM
April 2002 29-3 May KE03 USARJ IPC29-30 KS03 IPC
May 2002 1-3 KE03 USARJ IPC13-17 NW03 Initial Coord Mtg 1-3 KS03 IPC
20-24 KE03 USFJ MPC
June 2002 8-13 YS42 STAFFEX 24-28 KS03 MPC
July 2002 15-19 KE03 USFJ FPC
August 2002 26-30 KE03 USARJ FPC 26-30 KS03 FPC
September 2002 21-25 YS43 FPC 16-20 NW03 IPC
October 2002 31- KE03 Ex Window 13-31 KS03 Ex Window
November 2002 1- 30 KE03 Ex Window 4-8 NW03 FPC 1-16 KS03 Ex Window
December 2002 174479-13 NW03 FPC
January 2003 1-30 YS43 Ex Window
February 2003 10-28 NW03 Ex Window
March 2003 2-6 YS45 IPC 1-7 NW03 Ex Window
April 2003
May 2003
June 2003 16-20 YS44 STAFFEX 9-13 NW04 IPC 16-20 OS04 IPC
July 2003
August 2003
September 2003  22-26 YS45 FPC 17-20 OS04 FPC



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