navy's P3C Orion surveillance aircraft will "complement" a Philippine navy's Islander aircraft during the exercise, codenamed Coast Watch System Capability Exercise 2012.
What does CAPEX stand for?
CAPEX stands for Capability Exercise
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- Military and Government
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- Chinese Armed Police Force
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Following the capability exercise, the leaders moved inside, where they completed a series of classes focusing on transformation and engaged leadership.
The Capability Exercises held at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, between 1987 and 1991, for Artillery students and even for Command and General Staff College students from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, displayed the might of the Field Artillery as the fires of a dozen battalions massed on a single "Time on Target" fire mission.