Fish Poachers Nabbed off Guyana

Google Translation On June 5, 2018, engaged in the fight against illegal fishing, two Guinean light patrol boats La Resolue and La Confiance and the maritime patrol boat Organabo of the Maritime Gendarmerie have detected the presence of several tapouilles in illegal fishing action off the coast. Guyana. After a quick analysis of the situation, supported by a Fennec helicopter from Air Base 367, it was decided to carry out a check on one of them. At the arrival of the visiting teams, the suspicious tapouille cut her nets and…

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Caribbean Nations Must Evolve Networks to Face New Challenges, Tidd Says

By Jim Garamone Networks are a fact of life in the world today and they are both the problem and the solution, U.S. Southern Command’s chief said today at the Caribbean Nations Security Conference in Georgetown, Guyana. Navy Adm. Kurt W. Tidd reiterated a theme he broached in last year’s conference: the idea of networks. Networks are a fact of life in the 21st century and they drive the world. “They are a defining characteristic of our daily lives,” the admiral said. “We rely on them, we’re part of them,…

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