USS New York Departs Piraeus

USS New York (LPD 21) and embarked Marines from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) departed Piraeus, Greece, June 10, following a scheduled voyage repair and port visit. During the seven-day stop, New York completed maintenance normally done in its Mayport, Florida, homeport, ensuring the amphibious ship’s sustained operational readiness and ability to complete any U.S. 6th Fleet mission tasking. The approximately 400 Sailors and 700 Marines on New York also enjoyed the opportunity to engage with their hosts as both nations are committed to promoting peace and…

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USS New York in Piraeus for Mid-Deployment Maintenance

USS New York (LPD 21) and embarked Marines from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) arrived in Piraeus, Greece, June 4, for scheduled maintenance and a port visit. The stop allows New York to complete repairs that would normally take place in homeport, allowing it to continue on its deployment to the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations. The approximately 400 Sailors and 700 Marines on New York will get the opportunity to engage with their hosts, while reinforcing a strong U.S.-Greek partnership and their shared commitment to promoting peace…

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Training ship Perekop of the Baltic Fleet arrived in Kronstadt after a distant cruise

The training ship Perekop of the Baltic Fleet after the inter-base passage from Baltiysk arrived at her permanent stationing point – the port of Kronstadt of the Leningrad Naval Base. The distant sea cruise of the training ship is held as part of the cadet seamanship of higher naval institutions of the Russian Ministry of Defence. On her board, cadets in real conditions used theoretical knowledge on navigational disciplines, mastered skills to manage the ship in various climatic and weather conditions, complex navigation situation. The ship left Sevastopol on 22…

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