U.S. Pacific Command hosted 27 Chiefs of Defence this week in Hawaii. Of the 27 were seven APCSS alumni including (l-r): Sri Lanka’s Air Chief Marshal Roshan Goonetilleke, Chief of Defence Staff ( EC 04-1); Brigadier Tau’aika Uta’atu, Commander, Tonga Defence Services, (SEC 05-3); Brigadier General Wanji Francis Agwi, Commander, Papua New Guinea Defence Force, (TSC10-2); Admiral Robert Willard, Commander, U.S. Pacific Command (PRS09-1); Rear-Admiral Jerome Regnier, Joint Commander Armed Forces in French Polynesia (TSC 11-1); Lieutenant General Eth Sarath, Deputy Chief of Defense, Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (SEC 08-2); and Major General Moosa Ali Jaleel, Chief of Defence Force, Maldives National Defence Force (EC 00-3).
Welcoming APCSS Alumni at the Chiefs of Defense Conference
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