Japan and South Korea will resume anti-submarine training at the Naval Air Facility Atsugi military base in Japan’s Kanagawa prefecture. The training is part of exchange activities which will run until Thursday. Lockheed P-3 Maritime patrol aircrafts from both countries will make their maiden flights during the anti-submarine drills. Japan and South Korea have conducted annual drills since 2010. This year’s training session is the first since 2013, when drills were suspended due to deteriorating relations between the two countries.
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