Task Force Koa Moana is designed to strengthen and reinforce relationships between the U.S. and partner nations in the Indo-Pacific while enhancing interoperability with local security establishments. The annual task force fosters peace and security, improves capabilities, and develops relationships with partner nations. Since 2015, TFKM has demonstrated U.S. commitment to the region and a shared vision of a free and open Indo-Pacific.
This commitment to the region goes beyond just the U.S. Marine Corps. The service members that participate in TFKM are committed to the projects completed and the relationships built with the members of our partner nations. Over the last three years, several service members from previous iterations of TFKM have returned to continue their work and build on the relationships formed.
Staff Sgt. Jackie Tran, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Response Element Leader with TFKM 22, was also a member of TFKM 20. Tran and his team completed various…
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