RIMPAC Builds Partnerships That Lastonal interests and common approaches to maritime security converge. In summer 2010, these mutual concerns spurred 14 nations to join for what has become the largest naval exercise in the world: Rim of the Pacific. RIMPAC builds the relationships and competencies necessary for collective security solutions. Participants benefit from the trust and confidence that come from lasting partnerships developed by operating together in a highly challenging, dynamic environment. This combination of developing skills and relationships makes RIMPAC special.
Develop the Connection
The busier the maritime commons become, the more often responses to regional challenges must be met with multinational solutions. This trend is on the rise as information flow intensifies, populations grow, resources diminish, transnational threats build, and illicit high-seas activity such as piracy spreads.