The United States may be backtracking on threats to move Southeast Asia's largest joint military exercise from Thailand in response to the military's takeover in May.
American soldiers, Thai officers and troops from five other countries participate in February’s Cobra Gold joint military exercise in Chanthaburi. The drill involved mock warfare on land, in the water and in the air as well as live-fire exercises. - Thanarak Khoonton
German press agency dpa reported Monday that the US has submitted a letter to Thailand's junta saying it will resume the Cobra Gold war games, based in Chon Buri, jointly with Thailand next year.
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