USNS Mercy Continues PP15 in Suva, Fiji

The Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) arrived in Suva, Fiji, June 7 for its first mission port visit of Pacific Partnership (PP15) 2015.

This is the first visit to Fiji by a U.S. Navy vessel in nine years.

Fiji and Mercy will host several subject matter expert exchanges and classes on a wide range of topics including mass casualty procedures, public health, infectious disease and basic life support.

Mercy is also scheduled to visit Papua New Guinea, Philippines, and Vietnam for this year’s mission.

Pacific Partnership is a joint effort between the United States and foreign militaries, non-governmental organizations and partner-nation support organizations to conduct civil-military operations including humanitarian and civic assistance, as well as veterinary, medical, dental and civil engineering support.

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