Enhanced Air Cooperation
Enhanced Air Cooperation (EAC) is one of the US Force Posture Initiatives. It features an expanded program of engagement between the Royal Australian Air Force and US air elements to support security and stability across the Indo-Pacific.
EAC activities commenced in February 2017 and build on a broad range of longstanding air exercises and training activities already undertaken between Australia and the US.
Australia and the US are developing infrastructure in Northern Australia to support the Initiatives, which will enable increased rotations of US air elements to participate in training activities and respond to regional crises.
EAC aims to deepen advanced air-to-air integration between the Australian Defence Force and US air elements to better enable us to operate together seamlessly. EAC activities include fith generation integration, aircraft maintenance integration, aeromedical evacuation (AME) integration, refuelling certification, and combined technical skills and logistics training.
EAC also provides opportunities to enhance Australia and US engagement with regional partner air forces through involvement in exercises and training activities.
Marine Rotational Force-Darwin
The Marine Rotational Force-Darwin (MRF-D) undertake a range of activities, combined exercises and training with the Australian Defence Force and regional partners.