• Royal Thai Army Soldiers along with U.S. forces work to build a room at the Baan Kroeng Kra Reaon School in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, which is approximately 68 miles from Bangkok. The project is part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10 in Thailand. Exercise CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This year marks the 29th anniversary for the exercise. The exercise is scheduled to officially open Feb. 1.

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    Royal Thai Army Soldiers along with U.S. forces work to build a room at the Baan Kroeng Kra Reaon School in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, which is approximately 68 miles from Bangkok. The project is part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10 in Thailand. Exercise CG10...

  • CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kelin Bradley and Lance Cpl. Justin Rodabaugh, both combat engineers, assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, a U.S. Marine Corps Engineer Squadron based in Okinawa, Japan, worked with Royal Thai Marines to complete a building for the Nan Jek Sroi School in the Chantaburi province. The building is one of five Humanitarian Civic Assistance projects which are a part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10. CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This is the 29th anniversary for the exercise, which will consist of a Coalition Task Force, United Nations Task Force, Command Post Exercise, HCA projects and field training exercises. (photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie)

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kelin Bradley and Lance Cpl. Justin Rodabaugh, both combat engineers, assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, a U.S. Marine Corps Engineer Squadron based in...

  • CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - Royal Thai Marines and U.S. Marine Corps combat engineers assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, a U.S. Marine Corps Engineer Squadron based in Okinawa, Japan, work together to complete a building for the Nan Jek Sroi School in the Chantaburi province. The building is one of five Humanitarian Civic Assistance projects which are a part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10. CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This is the 29th anniversary for the exercise, which will consist of a Coalition Task Force, United Nations Task Force, Command Post Exercise, HCA projects and field training exercises. (photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie)

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - Royal Thai Marines and U.S. Marine Corps combat engineers assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, a U.S. Marine Corps Engineer Squadron based in Okinawa, Japan, work together to complete a...

  • CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - (From left) Lance Cpl. Nicolette Hawkins and Cpl. Whitney Corley, both combat engineers assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, a U.S. Marine Corps Engineer Squadron based in Okinawa, Japan, work with Royal Thai combat engineer Marines to complete a building for the Nan Jek Sroi School in the Chantaburi province. The building is one of five Humanitarian Civic Assistance projects which are a part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10. CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This is the 29th anniversary for the exercise, which will consist of a Coalition Task Force, United Nations Task Force, Command Post Exercise, HCA projects and field training exercises. (photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie)

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - (From left) Lance Cpl. Nicolette Hawkins and Cpl. Whitney Corley, both combat engineers assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, a U.S. Marine Corps Engineer Squadron based in Okinawa, Japan...

  • CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - Royal Thai Marine Corps Petty Officer 1st Class Wuttichai Harnkla and U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kelin Bradley, both combat engineers, work to finish a wall of a new building at the Nan Jek Sroi School in the Chantaburi province. Bradley is assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, based in Okinawa, Japan. The building is one of five Humanitarian Civic Assistance projects which are a part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10. CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This is the 29th anniversary for the exercise, which will consist of a Coalition Task Force, United Nations Task Force, Command Post Exercise, HCA projects and field training exercises. (photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie)

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - Royal Thai Marine Corps Petty Officer 1st Class Wuttichai Harnkla and U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kelin Bradley, both combat engineers, work to finish a wall of a new building at the Nan Jek Sroi School...

  • CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - Royal Thai Marine Corps Petty Officer 1st Class Wuttichai Harnkla and U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kelin Bradley, both combat engineers, work to finish a wall of a new building at the Nan Jek Sroi School in the Chantaburi province. Bradley is assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, based in Okinawa, Japan. The building is one of five Humanitarian Civic Assistance projects which are a part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10. CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This is the 29th anniversary for the exercise, which will consist of a Coalition Task Force, United Nations Task Force, Command Post Exercise, HCA projects and field training exercises. (photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie)

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - Royal Thai Marine Corps Petty Officer 1st Class Wuttichai Harnkla and U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kelin Bradley, both combat engineers, work to finish a wall of a new building at the Nan Jek Sroi School...

  • Royal Thai Army Soldiers along with U.S. forces work to build a multi-purpose building at the Bann Radar School, Kanchanaburi, Thailand, which is approximately 68 miles from Bangkok. The project is part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10 in Thailand. Exercise CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This year marks the 29th anniversary for the exercise. The exercise is scheduled to officially open Feb. 1.

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    Royal Thai Army Soldiers along with U.S. forces work to build a multi-purpose building at the Bann Radar School, Kanchanaburi, Thailand, which is approximately 68 miles from Bangkok. The project is part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10 in Thailand. Exercise...

  • Royal Thai Army Soldiers along with U.S. forces work to build a multi-purpose building at the Bann Radar School, Kanchanaburi, Thailand, which is approximately 68 miles from Bangkok. The project is part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10 in Thailand. Exercise CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This year marks the 29th anniversary for the exercise. The exercise is scheduled to officially open Feb. 1.

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    Royal Thai Army Soldiers along with U.S. forces work to build a multi-purpose building at the Bann Radar School, Kanchanaburi, Thailand, which is approximately 68 miles from Bangkok. The project is part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10 in Thailand. Exercise...

  • Royal Thai Army Soldiers along with U.S. forces work to build a room at the Baan Kroeng Kra Reaon School in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, which is approximately 68 miles from Bangkok. The project is part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10 in Thailand. Exercise CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This year marks the 29th anniversary for the exercise. The exercise is scheduled to officially open Feb. 1.

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    Royal Thai Army Soldiers along with U.S. forces work to build a room at the Baan Kroeng Kra Reaon School in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, which is approximately 68 miles from Bangkok. The project is part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10 in Thailand. Exercise CG10...

  • CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - Royal Thai Marines and U.S. Marine Corps combat engineers assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, a U.S. Marine Corps Engineer Squadron based in Okinawa, Japan, work together to complete a building for the Nan Jek Sroi School in the Chantaburi province. The building is one of five Humanitarian Civic Assistance projects which are a part of Exercise Cobra Gold 10. CG10 is a regularly scheduled joint and coalition multinational exercise hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand. This is the 29th anniversary for the exercise, which will consist of a Coalition Task Force, United Nations Task Force, Command Post Exercise, HCA projects and field training exercises. (photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie)

    Cobra Gold 2010 Humanitarian-Civic Assistance Projects

    CHANTABURI PROVINCE, Thailand (Jan. 26, 2010) - Royal Thai Marines and U.S. Marine Corps combat engineers assigned to the 172nd Marine Wing Support Squadron, a U.S. Marine Corps Engineer Squadron based in Okinawa, Japan, work together to complete a...

Cobra Gold 10 continues to build and strengthen U.S. and Thai Army relations to support future man-made or natural disaster contingency operations and regional security and humanitarian situations. Each year Cobra Gold offers the U.S. Army and participating nations unmatched opportunities for bi-lateral interoperability. Currently U.S. and Thai troops are working together to complete construction on five engineering civil assistance projects and seven medical civil assistance projects.

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