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In this Thursday, Dec. 23, 2016 photo, the first plane takes off from the Air Canada Centre at Fort St. Marys Airport on the East Coast. The United States Department of Transportation will announce the final decision by Oct. 28 on how to proceed before the Canadian military exercises start on Sept. 22 in Langley, Va. (Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)

The president is set to announce on Thursday that he and the Transportation Security Administration, along with six U.S. military bases in the Middle East, will conduct two major exercises starting Friday, in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the Netherlands and Morocco. That will likely include three new U.S. warships, a series of missiles and a new cruise missile test at a target in northern Israel.

"These actions are part of a broader effort to improve the safety of the military," said U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, in a tweet Thursday.

The exercises are the latest step to make the United States, the world's largest airline, a more active player in how air traffic is handled overseas. U.S. officials confirmed the military's involvement on Thursday. A defense official is not authorized to comment about the U.S.'s actual deployment of military planes through the exercise.

The United States has about 2,400 U.S. military personnel around the world, with the U.S. Air Force about 3,000 and British troops about 2,400. The Pentagon maintains an active role in the region, which stretches back to the 1970s during the civil war with China.

The exercise, called Joint Forces Exercise Aries, will test the U.S. Air Force's capability to deliver precision-guided air-to-ground missiles to U.S. targets.

Air Force Capt. Keith Lewis, commander of U.S. Air Force Ground Forces, said on Thursday he expected the American military's participation in the two exercises would increase as the military builds up its forces.

"The first thing we need is to figure out how we will build up the capability needed to really put some of the aircraft at that

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