Khaan Quest 2007 multi-national military exercise, a joint Mongolian-U.S. 4th annual military training exercise will be conducted on August 1-16 at the Tavan Tolgoi (Five Hills) Training Camp, 60 kilometers west of
Over 1,000 military personnels from nine countries including
The troops will practice peacekeeping operations like patrolling, defending convoys, setting up checkpoints, and checking in and out. The exercises will test the tolerance and strength of the soldiers.
Also, Khaan Quest 2007 Command-Post Exercise training will be held in Khan Palace Hotel in
The exercise is co-financed by Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI) of the US Department of State and the Government of Mongolia. The government projected to spend MNT200 million for the training and exercise.
As part of Khaan Quest 2007, humanitarian civil assistance project will also be conducted in
During the training, Admiral Timothy J. Keating, the Commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, and General John F. Goodman, the Commanding General of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, will visit
After the Khaan Quest 2007 exercise, a Mongolian-Indian joint military exercise Nomadic Elephant will be conducted in
The members of the Mongolian Armed Forces, trained by the Khaan Quest multi-national peacekeeping exercises, go to different parts of the world on peacekeeping missions: