USARPAC CCP goes to exercise Balikatan 2011

By Russell DodsonMarch 30, 2011

U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post personnel board a C-17 Globemaster III March 29 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, enroute to exercise Balikatan 2011 in the Republic of the Philippines. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy.
1 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post personnel board a C-17 Globemaster III March 29 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, enroute to exercise Balikatan 2011 in the Republic of the Philippines. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy. (Photo Credit: Russell Dodson) VIEW ORIGINAL
A C-17 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, holds cargo needed by the U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post. The National Guard aircrew will fly both CCP personnel and equipment to the Republic of the Philippines for participation in exercise Balikatan 2011. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy.
2 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A C-17 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, holds cargo needed by the U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post. The National Guard aircrew will fly both CCP personnel and equipment to the Republic of the Philippines for participation in exercise Balikatan 2011. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy. (Photo Credit: Russell Dodson) VIEW ORIGINAL
Lt. Gen. Francis Wiercinski, commander of U.S. Army Pacific, meets with members of the Contingency Command Post at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, passenger terminal shortly before they left for exercise Balikatan in the Republic of the Philippines. Wiercinski discussed the importance of the CCP and took time to answer questions. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy.
3 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lt. Gen. Francis Wiercinski, commander of U.S. Army Pacific, meets with members of the Contingency Command Post at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, passenger terminal shortly before they left for exercise Balikatan in the Republic of the Philippines. Wiercinski discussed the importance of the CCP and took time to answer questions. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy. (Photo Credit: Russell Dodson) VIEW ORIGINAL
U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post members arrive at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, passenger terminal March 29 in preparation for a filght to the Republic of the Philippines. CCP members will participate in exercise Balikatan 2011 a series of combined and joint efforts between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. military. The goal of these exercises is to maintain military readiness through training and relationship-building between the two countries. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy.
4 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post members arrive at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, passenger terminal March 29 in preparation for a filght to the Republic of the Philippines. CCP members will participate in exercise Balikatan 2011 a series of combined and joint efforts between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. military. The goal of these exercises is to maintain military readiness through training and relationship-building between the two countries. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy. (Photo Credit: Russell Dodson) VIEW ORIGINAL
Members of the U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post arrive early March 29 for processing and transportation to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, where they will fly out to participate in exercise Balikatan 2011 in the Republic of the Philippines. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy to low- and medium-sized contingencies, which can include anything from a natural disaster to peace-enforcement missions. Balikatan 2011 is the 27th in a series of combined, joint efforts between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and United States military. The goal of these exercises is to maintain military readiness through training and relationship-building between the two countries.
5 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Members of the U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post arrive early March 29 for processing and transportation to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, where they will fly out to participate in exercise Balikatan 2011 in the Republic of the Philippines. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy to low- and medium-sized contingencies, which can include anything from a natural disaster to peace-enforcement missions. Balikatan 2011 is the 27th in a series of combined, joint efforts between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and United States military. The goal of these exercises is to maintain military readiness through training and relationship-building between the two countries. (Photo Credit: Russell Dodson) VIEW ORIGINAL
Members of the U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post arrive early March 29 for processing and transportation to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, where they will fly out to participate in exercise Balikan 2011 in the Republic of the Philippines. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy to low- and medium-sized contingencies, which can include anything from a natural disaster to peace-enforcement missions.
6 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Members of the U.S. Army Pacific Contingency Command Post arrive early March 29 for processing and transportation to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, where they will fly out to participate in exercise Balikan 2011 in the Republic of the Philippines. The USARPAC CCP is a scalable command post designed to rapidly deploy to low- and medium-sized contingencies, which can include anything from a natural disaster to peace-enforcement missions. (Photo Credit: Russell Dodson) VIEW ORIGINAL