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One Dead After USCGC Winslow Griesser Collides With Fishing Vessel

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Winslow Griesser and the 23-foot commercial fishing vessel Desakata were involved in a collision Monday afternoon, approximately four nautical miles north of Dorado, Puerto Rico. Following the collision, the crew of the cutter Winslow Griesser recovered the two fishermen aboard Desakata, identified as Carlos Rosario, who was fatally injured, and his brother Samuel Rosario Beltrán, who…

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Charles Drew Arrives at L&T Kattupalli Shipyard

Providing a huge boost to ‘Make in India’ & ‘Aatmanirbharta in Defence’ and adding a new dimension to the burgeoning Indo-US strategic partnership, US Navy Ship (USNS) Charles Drew arrived at L&T’s Shipyard at Kattupalli, Chennai on August 07, 2022 for undertaking repairs and allied services. This is the first ever repair of a US Navy ship in India. The…

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Argentina Holds Exercise Pre-Viekaren XXII

In the waters of the Beagle Channel, the pre-Viekaren XXII exercise was carried out, in which the ARA “Teniente Olivieri” warning, the ARA “Intrépida” speedboat and the ARA patrol boat “Barranqueras”, dependent on the Fast Boats Group (APLA), participated. The units of the Argentine Navy sailed from the Comodoro de Marina “Augusto Lasserre” dock of the Ushuaia Naval Base and…

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KRI Teluk Calang Commissioned

The Military Seaborne Command is ready to operate its newest defense equipment, namely KRI Teluk Calang-524 which has just been inaugurated by the Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral TNI Yudo Margono, in a military ceremony at the Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) 2 Tanjung Priok pier, North Jakarta, Monday (8/8). This seventh type of tank transport ship is produced by…

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Romanian Navy Day, 120 Years After First Celebration

Celebrated for the first time on August 15, 1902, on board the “Elisabeta” cruiser, Romanian Navy Day reached its 120th anniversary this year. From one year to the next, the sailors’ celebration has developed by combining traditional seafaring elements with aspects of the different stages of development of the Romanian Navy. This year, the Romanian Naval Forces are organizing, between…

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ALRE Improves Carrier Support, Ship Availability

ALRE is working to improve Nimitz-class carrier support by making holistic changes to the way all launch and recovery products and systems are tracked and planned. By reexamining relationships with external ALRE stakeholders and ship availability schedules, product teams are improving scheduling and embracing new rigor in getting parts, services, and systems to the warfighter when and where they’re needed.…

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NZDF Wraps up Role in RIMPAC 2022

The Royal New Zealand Navy’s HMNZS Aotearoa has wrapped up its involvement in Exercise RIMPAC 2022 after delivering more than 6.5 million liters of fuel to the ships and helicopters taking part in the world’s largest maritime exercise. The New Zealand contingent is one of 26 from nations that participated in the exercise based in the Hawaiian Islands and Southern…

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Naval Oceanography Takes Part in RIMPAC 2022

Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (Naval Oceanography) is actively a part of the U.S. Navy efforts alongside our international partners in the biennial, 28th edition of Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2022 exercise, June 29-August 4. Ten out of 15 of Naval Oceanography’s subordinate commands are actively executing the exercise, bolstering international naval cooperation for maritime security and stability with…

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