Admiral Gorshkov Task Group in Caribbean

June 20, 2019 (Google Translation) – The medium sea tanker Kama and the logistics ship Elbrus from the detachment of the Northern Fleet ships performing missions in the far ocean zone successfully completed the passage of the Panama Canal and met with the frigate Admiral of the Soviet Union Gorshkov. The rescue tug “Nikolay Chiker” completes the passage of the…

Read More

Vigilant crew returns home after Caribbean patrol

Coast Guard Cutter Vigilant returned home Tuesday to Cape Canaveral after a two-month Caribbean patrol. The Vigilant crew returned to their homeport of Cape Canaveral, concluding their patrol in which the crew enforced U.S. federal laws by conducting numerous boardings throughout the Caribbean, while working with other government agencies and international partners, to increase national security. While at sea, the…

Read More

USCGC Dauntless Returns From Caribbean Patrol

February 14, 2019 – The Coast Guard Cutter Dauntless returned home to Pensacola, Florida, after completing a 59-day patrol in the Caribbean Sea. During the patrol, Dauntless conducted joint operations with Department of Homeland Security air and surface assets to intercept over 80 migrants heading for U.S. soil, conducted four medical evacuations at sea saving nine lives, and assisted in…

Read More

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…

Read More