U.S. Army to conduct joint military training in Brazil in November

The purpose is to increase interoperability between the two armies. The first exercise took place from January to March of this year, in Fort Polk, Louisiana, USA. The exercises are scheduled to take place every year until 2028.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro signed a decree authorizing the temporary entry and stay of U.S. military forces in the national territory to participate in a training exercise between November 28 and December 18, 2021, in the region of Vale do Paraíba, in the 60-kilometer stretch between the municipalities of Resende (RJ) and Lorena (SP).

These combined training exercises with the US Army, called CORE (Combined Operations and Rotation Exercises), were conceived during the XXXVI BRAZIL-USA Bilateral Staff Conference, held in October 2020.

The purpose is to increase interoperability between the two armies. The . . .

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