USCGC Joseph Doyle (WPC-1133) Commissioned in San Juan

June 8, 2019 – The Coast Guard Cutter Joseph Doyle (WPC-1133) was commissioned into service Saturday during a ceremony at U.S. Coast Guard Sector San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Joseph Doyle is the thirty-third Fast Response Cutter FRC to be commissioned in the Coast Guard and the seventh to be assigned to Sector San Juan and homeported in Puerto Rico. “Today we make history as we welcome the USCGC Joseph Doyle and Puerto Rico is now the sector in the Coast Guard with the largest number of fast response cutters,”…

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U.S., Royal Thai Navy conclude CARAT Thailand 2019

June 10, 2019 – The 25th annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Thailand concluded during a ceremony aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Antietam (CG 54) at Sattahip Naval Base, June 8. The exercise, designed to address shared maritime security concerns and strengthen partnerships, included practical training covering the entire spectrum of naval operations, subject matter expert knowledge exchanges, and community outreach events. “This year marks a significant milestone in the U.S.-Thailand CARAT series because it represents a quarter century of a partnership that grows in strength and value every…

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JS Suzunami Arrives in Vladivostok

June 10, 2019 (Google Translation) – Today, in accordance with the agreements reached, a squadron destroyer of the Naval Self-Defense Forces (MSSO) of Japan “Suzunami” arrived in Vladivostok with an unofficial call. In the main base of the Pacific Fleet, the ship was met by the Deputy Commander of the Primorsk Flotilla of diverse forces of the Pacific Fleet, Captain 1st Rank Vadim Filippov. He greeted the senior captain of rank 1 Hitoshi Shimizu, commander of the 7th escort division of Japan, and commander of the compound control officers on…

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IHM Stefanini Participates in the Construction of the First Brazilian Nuclear Submarine

June 4, 2019 – IHM Stefanini is participating in the construction of Brazil’s first nuclear submarine, the SN-Álvaro Alberto. The project is part of the PROSUB (Submarine Development Program), established in 2008 by the Brazilian Federal Government through a technology transfer agreement signed between France and Brazil. Naval Group, a world reference in naval defense whose main shareholder is the French government, will coordinate the project. After a two-year long, rigorous process that consisted of the thorough analysis of technical expertise and ability to manage high-complexity project management of over…

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DDG 132 Named for USCG World War II Navy Cross Recipient

June 6, 2019 – Secretary of the U.S. Navy Richard V. Spencer named a future Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, DDG 132, in honor of U.S. Coast Guard Capt. Quentin Walsh, who was awarded the Navy Cross for his service during World War II. “Capt. Walsh was a hero whose efforts during World War II continue to inspire, and his leadership in securing the French port of Cherbourg had a profound effect on the success of the amphibious operations associated with Operation Overlord,” Spencer said. “For over two centuries, the Navy…

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Israeli Soldiers Arrest Hidden Passenger on Ship Set Ablaze

June 9, 2019 (Google Translation) – IDF soldiers took control of the foreign trading ship in which a fire was set on fire overnight by unknown elements near a beach in the north of the country. During the event, and in coordination with the ship’s captain, IDF soldiers with the help of the Israeli police combed the ship. During the search, the soldiers captured an undercover passenger who was transferred to the Israel Police. The event is over.   ShipSpotting.com © jack2  

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