The Coral Warrior program which is designed to enhance partnerships between the Australian Army and the RFMF Land Forces Command, develop relationships for mutual capacity building, and aids in enhancing the ability of the two forces to operate together was conducted at the Land Force Command (LFC) conference room at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks in Nabua.

The RFMF participants included the Chief of Staff RFMF Captain (Navy) John Fox, Chief of Staff LFC Lieutenant-Colonel Talemaibau, the Commanding Officers of the Land Force units, alongside several officers of the RFMF.

The talks which conducted via video teleconferencing included a review of the Coral Warrior activities that were agreed for 2020 in February and will confirm activities which can be rescheduled to 2021, considering current COVID-19 constraints.

The talks were conducted with the Australian Army, Headquarters Joint Task Force 637, International Policy Division – Department of Defence, and Australian High Commission Defence Staff.

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