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NATO's Maritime Frontier: A View from NATO's Maritime Command
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NATO's Maritime Frontier: A View from NATO's Maritime Command

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Featuring: VADM Clive CC Johnstone, CB CBE, Royal Navy Commander Allied Maritime Command ADM Mark E. Ferguson III, USN (Ret.) Former Commander US Naval Forces Europe; US Naval Forces Africa; and Allied Joint Force Command Naples Please join the Atlantic Council for a conversation with Vice Admiral Clive CC Johnstone, Commander of NATO’s Allied Maritime Command on "NATO’s Maritime Frontier." The event will take place on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Atlantic Council’s headquarters. Sea power was a critical part of NATO’s deterrent posture throughout the Cold War. But after the fall of the Berlin Wall the focus on sea power and the maritime domain for deterrence and European security gave way to expeditionary capabilities aimed at asymmetric threats further abroad. Since 2007 that picture has changed in several ways: a resurgent Russian navy with new capabilities and a robust deployment program in the North Atlantic, Baltic, Mediterranean, and Black Seas, and a desire to showcase these capabilities for strategic effect in exercises like ZAPAD-17. The NATO maritime challenge is also now wider and more complex, with illegal migrant trafficking, terrorist and insurgent use of sea routes, threats to merchant shipping, and transnational trafficking in arms across the maritime domain. As a result, revitalizing NATO sea power is now recognized as a priority, with Alliance efforts to improve NATO’s maritime posture and emphasize maritime command and control in the ongoing discussions about NATO command structure adaptation. In a conversation with retired Admiral Mark Ferguson, former Commander of US Naval Forces Europe, Africa, and NATO’s JFC-Naples, Vice Admiral Clive Johnstone will provide an update on NATO’s naval operations and exercises, the evolving security environment and the return of the Russian navy, MARCOM's role in enhancing deterrence, NATO cooperation with EU missions, the range of maritime challenges across Europe, and will discuss the way forward in reconstructing Alliance sea power to respond to competition, deter aggression, and to project stability. On Twitter? Follow @ACScowcroft and use #FutureNATO
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Canada's Maritime Command
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Canada's Maritime Command

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NATO Maritime Command (NATO Secretary General's Blog)
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NATO Maritime Command (NATO Secretary General's Blog)

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Maritime Command
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Maritime Command

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Navigation Bridge of a Mega Ship - A Closer Look at the Command Center
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Navigation Bridge of a Mega Ship - A Closer Look at the Command Center

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In which I bring you around the Bridge, where all the navigations are handled. A compact space with centralized computer systems atop highest point of the ship. It is the center of all operations onboard. Insta: Jeffrey.hk - Follow my journey at sea! =====10 Reasons Why Maritime SUCKS ===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdMYEKwxTyo =====A Tour of Mega Ship's Engine Room===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7BhBsVigZw =====HEAVY SEAS! Bad Weather in Atlantic Ocean===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZA6gNeZ5G4 =====Cargo Operations on Ship===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kj7ixi2lqF4 =====Top 6 Questions about Merchant Marine===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBpQ9Y4jEfg =====Sail Through Suez Canal===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2a3hLZJZmlI Music : Melange - Anvion Tonic And Energy - Elexive Tobu & Jordan Kelvin James - Summer Breeze AL sic & Sam Cross - We Are Alive (ft. Dani Rosenoer)
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NATO's Maritime Forces
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NATO's Maritime Forces

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NATO's Maritime Forces are the focus today at the maritime Distinguished Visitors’ Day of Exercise Trident Juncture 2015. Nineteen NATO nations are contributing navy and marine forces to Trident Juncture 2015, the Alliance’s biggest and most ambitious exercise in more than a decade. More than 70 ships and submarines, maritime patrol aircraft and 3,000 marines are taking part in the maritime portion of the exercise taking place off the coast of Portugal, Spain and Italy and at NATO’s Maritime Command in the United Kingdom. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUBSCRIBE to this channel http://bit.ly/NATOsubscribe SUBSCRIBE to NATO News http://bit.ly/NATONewsSubscribe SUBSCRIBE to NATO History http://bit.ly/NATOHistorySubscribe Connect with NATO online: Visit the Official NATO Homepage: http://bit.ly/NATOhomepage Find NATO on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/NATOfacebook Follow @NATO on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/NATOtwitter Follow NATO on Instagram: http://bit.ly/NATOinstagram Find NATO on Google+: http://bit.ly/NATOgoogleplus Find NATO on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/NATOlinkedin Find NATO on Flickr: http://bit.ly/NATOflickr
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HMS Enterprise Takes Command Of Key NATO Maritime Force | Forces TV
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HMS Enterprise Takes Command Of Key NATO Maritime Force | Forces TV

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The Royal Navy has taken command of one of NATO's key maritime forces. HMS Enterprise is returning to the Mediterranean as a communications and command hub, becoming the flagship of a NATO mission to protect and reassure allies. The Echo-class survey ship is now the Standing NATO Mine Counter Measures Group 2 with Royal Navy personnel leading the mission for a year. Read more: http://www.forces.net/news/navy/hms-enterprise-takes-command-key-nato-maritime-force Subscribe to Forces TV: http://bit.ly/1OraazC Check out our website: http://forces.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ForcesTV Twitter: https://twitter.com/ForcesNews Interviewed in this report are Commander Philip Harper, Commander Justin Hains and Able Rate Jordan Chapman.
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Maritime Security: New FOC Takes Over Eastern Naval Command
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Maritime Security: New FOC Takes Over Eastern Naval Command

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New FOC, Rear Admiral Henry Babalola promises to continue the fight against oil bunkers. For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com
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C-Flex - Unparalleled situational awareness
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C-Flex - Unparalleled situational awareness

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Terma's C-Flex naval command & control module provides a confident situation awareness display and a range of tools for operators to command, plan, and solve the ship's missions. The C-Flex command & control system is a modern, flexible solution that supports the full mission cycle for maritime domain security and surveillance by integrating the shipboard sensor and weapon systems to generate a real-time confident situational awareness display. The accuracy and effectiveness of the C-Flex system allows for the Commanding Officer to make time-critical decisions and perform actual target engagement in missions like law enforcement, Search & Rescue and peace keeping/self-protection. The C-Flex system includes interfacing to all the C-Series modules, enabling configuration of a standard Command & Weapon Control System (CWCS) with very low risk. If desired, other sensor systems, fire control systems, missiles, and weapon system can also be integrated with C-Flex. Please enquire Terma Naval Systems for a list of previously integrated sub-systems. The C-Flex system interfaces ship-borne sensors, such as navigation sensors (GPS, Gyro, Log), navigation radars, surveillance radars, electronic support measure (ESM) systems, electro optical surveillance systems together with identification systems such as AIS and IFF. All sensor data is correlated and fused into system tracks with symbol and color coding for type of vessel, identification, etc. The track data is plotted on top of an ECDIS/Sea Chart together radar video from navigation radars and surveillance radars (user selectable) providing an integrated and confident situational awareness of the tactical situation. A set of tools is available for detection and analysis of abnormal track behaviour, such as sudden change of course and speed, violation of go/no-go zones, diversion from expected sailing routes and other abnormal behavior to support and enable decision making. C-Flex interfaces the ship's weapon system, typically via a fire control system -- like C-Fire -- or by target designation outputs to stand-alone weapon control systems. The C-Flex system provides an integrated recording facility of both the tactical situation, video from Electro Optical surveillance systems and written notes -- all time stamped and synchronized for documentation/evidence of mission and incidents. The C-Flex system is operated from MultiFunction Consoles (MFC) and is scalable from a 1 console solution for a small Patrol Vessel to an extra large 24 console solution for a Frigate. For Patrol Vessels and Offshore Patrol Vessels, 1-3 Multi Function Consoles will be sufficient for solving the ship's missions. For Amphibious vessels as well as Combatants like corvettes and frigates, the number of Multi Function Consoles is typically more dependant upon the missions to be solved. The C-Flex system is based on using industrial grade COTS (Commercial Of The Shelve) hardware as well as modern COTS software such as MS-Windows and Linux operation systems. The software provides an Open Architecture which separates the core software from the operating system and enables easy addition of further sensors and effectors, simply by adding the driver (interface) and related HMI.
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NATO OSG Focused Ops in Central/Eastern Mediterranean
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NATO OSG Focused Ops in Central/Eastern Mediterranean

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NATO Operation Sea Guardian. Replenishment at sea (RAS) manoeuvre during focused security operations in Central and Eastern Mediterranean. Task Force composed by HNLMS Karel Doorman (Flagship); ITS Espero, TCG Gokceada and FGS Hessen. Credits: The Royal Netherlands Navy
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JRCS Japan - Mixed Reality Innovates Maritime Industry
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JRCS Japan - Mixed Reality Innovates Maritime Industry

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JRCS is transforming the maritime industry with Mixed Reality. Microsoft HoloLens is used to train remote users anywhere in the world, equip engineers with crucial information for maintenance and to improve the quality of transportation through an onshore virtual command center.
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Malta u Lil Hinn Minnha - Feature on Gozo Command & Maritime Squadron
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Malta u Lil Hinn Minnha - Feature on Gozo Command & Maritime Squadron

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In the past days the crew of CVC media that produce 'Malta u Lil Hinn Minnha ' , a famous local TV program visited the Maritime Base in Gozo to meet the commanding officers. View this video and share.
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Spanish Navy jet "Harrier II" show - 360 VR
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Spanish Navy jet "Harrier II" show - 360 VR

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Embark aboard Spanish Navy AV-8B Harrier II Plus,while conducting a flight demonstration during Brilliant Mariner 17. More information about Brilliant Mariner on NATO Allied Maritime Command Webpage: http://www.mc.nato.int/
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UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force (MTF) Admiral hands over Command
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UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force (MTF) Admiral hands over Command

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“My heart is pounding like the rain today, because I had a very special year, both at the professional and personal level.” This is how Rear Admiral Joese De Andrade Bandeira Leandro, the outgoing Brazilian Commander of UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force (MTF) described his feeling as he was passing on his duties to his successor. On 26 February 2014 Rear Admiral Joese De Andrade Bandeira Leandro handed over the command of UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force to Rear Admiral Walter Eduardo Bombarda aboard the frigate “Liberal” (Brazil) in the presence of Head of Mission and Force Commander Major-General Paolo Serra, representatives from the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF), along with diplomats and officers from various UNIFIL’s Battalions. “Since the start of its operations in October 2006, the MTF has hailed nearly 56,000 ships and a total of 4,500 ships were inspected by the Lebanese authorities. At the same time, training activities have continued, marked by excellent cooperation between the MTF and the Lebanese Navy,” UNIFIL Force Commander pointed out. Speaking during the handover, Rear Admiral Leandro reflected on the successes during his tenure, “The twenty percent growth of Beirut seaport activities over the last year shows that the Lebanese waters are becoming a safer passage.” “We had a closely knit cooperation with the Lebanese Army, helping them to improve their training skills and capabilities in order to accomplish the important pillar of UN Security Council resolution 1701,” he added, at the same time outlining MTF’s dual mandate of patrolling the sea and training the Lebanese Navy. The outgoing Brazilian Commander thanked all those who contributed to the success of his mission, and to his successor, he said: “Your mission is very significant in the east Mediterranean Sea. I wish you fair winds and following seas!” Speaking after the ceremony, he stressed: “I will leave the mission but not Lebanon; I will come back for sure.” UNIFIL-MTF, the first ever maritime deployment in a UN Peacekeeping Mission, is deployed at the request of the Lebanese Government to assist the Lebanese Navy to help prevent the unauthorized entry of arms or related materiel by sea into Lebanon. MTF has been working jointly with the Lebanese Navy to that end. The MTF performs a dual mandate of carrying out maritime interdiction operations and providing training to the Lebanese Navy. UNIFIL-MTF currently comprises naval units from Bangladesh (2 ships), Brazil (1 ship - Flag Ship), Germany (2 ships), Greece (1 ship), Indonesia (1 ship) and Turkey (1 ship). ---------------------------------------------------------------- Article: Rania Harb Video Editor: Suzane Badereddine Video Camera: Mohamad Hamze Photo: Pascual Gorriz Marcos ----------------------------------------------------------------
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China's Developing Naval Force Structure
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China's Developing Naval Force Structure

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Dr. Christopher Yung is the Donald Bren Chair of Non-Western Strategic Thought, Marine Corps University (MCU). In this capacity he serves as the Director of East Asian Studies for MCU, and lectures across the schools within MCU (the Marine Corps War College, the Command and Staff College, the School of Advanced Warfighting, and the Expeditionary Warfare School) on topics related to China and East Asian Security. He conducts research on such topics as Chinese expeditionary warfare capabilities and doctrine, China’s emerging foreign and defense policy, and China’s emerging maritime capabilities and strategies which are subjects of relevance to the Marine Corps. He is a former Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director at the Center for the Study of Chinese Military Affairs (CSCMA), Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University. In that capacity Dr. Yung provided insights and counsel for the Office of Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, the Intelligence Community, and the Combatant Commanders concerning Asian defense and strategic issues; Asia-Pacific political and economic strategies; Asian military capabilities and current operations; Asian engagement activities with the United States and other countries; and China’s political-military relations with other nations in the Asia-Pacific region. Dr. Yung has been the author, editor, and contributor to numerous books, articles and monographs on China’s naval and military power. Most recently he is author of “The PLA Navy Lobby and Its Influence Over China’s Maritime Sovereignty Policies” in Saunders and Scobell, eds., PLA Influence on China’s National Security Policymaking (Stanford University Press, September 2015), co-author of “Not An Idea We Have to Shun: Chinese Overseas Basing Requirements in the Twenty First Century (NDU Press, Oct. 2014) and “Continuity and Change in Sino-US Military to Military Relations” in Blanchard and Shen, eds., Conflict and Cooperation in Sino-US Relations: Change and Continuity, Causes and Cures, (Routledge Press, Feb. 2015). Prior to his entering into government service, Dr. Yung was a Senior Research Analyst at the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA). While at CNA, Dr. Yung led projects or was involved in analysis related to China, Northeast Asia security, the Chinese Navy, the Chinese Military, and U.S. interoperability with the militaries of the Far East. In addition to Dr. Yung’s China related work he has direct operations analysis experience with the U.S. Navy operating forces (Amphibious Group Two), a Marine Corps component staff (Marine Corps Forces Atlantic) and Pentagon staffs (the Navy Staff’s Assessment Division (N81) and Politico-Military Affairs Division (N52)) . Dr. Yung holds a Ph.D. in International Relations and International Economics from the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at the Johns Hopkins University. He also holds an M.A. in East Asian and China Studies from the same institution. He received language certificates in Mandarin Chinese from Columbia University and the Beijing Foreign Language Teacher’s Institute.
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PNP - Group of Maritime National Police OF THE PHILIPPINES
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PNP - Group of Maritime National Police OF THE PHILIPPINES

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PNP - Group of Maritime National Police OF THE PHILIPPINES The Philippine National Police Maritime Group (PNP-MG) is one of the twelve (12) National Operational Support Unit (NOSU) of the Philippine National Police mandated to perform all police functions over Philippine territorial waters, lakes, and rivers along coastal areas to include ports and harbors and small islands for the security and the sustainable development of the maritime environment in the Philippines. The unit was created along with the PNP by virtue of Republic Act RA 6975 otherwise known as Department of the Interior and Local Government Act of 1990 The concept of a maritime police unit emanated during the days of Philippine Constabulary that led to the creation of a seaborne battalion called Constabulary Off-Shore Anti-Crime Battalion (COSAC) on February 1, 1971. The COSAC was tasked to suppress all criminal activities that affects the environment. After the establishment of the Philippine National Police through the Republic Act 6975, the Maritime Police Command (MARICOM) was created on January 16, 1991, by the virtue of NHQ Philippine National Police General Orders No. 58 as one of the National Support Units of the PNP. The original members of the Maritime Command are personnel of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine Marine Corps, Integrated National Police and Philippine Coast Guard. On September 12, 1996, the National Police Commission (Philippines) issued the Resolution No.96-058, changing the name of the Maritime Police Command (MARICOM) to Maritime Group (MG). Thanks for watching Video only illustration hope you enjoy it.
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MARITIME SECURITY: NIGERIAN NAVY BEGINS 'OPERATION POUNCER' IN  EASTERN NAVAL COMMAND
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MARITIME SECURITY: NIGERIAN NAVY BEGINS 'OPERATION POUNCER' IN EASTERN NAVAL COMMAND

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Out with the Border Force Maritime - Patrolling the UK
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Out with the Border Force Maritime - Patrolling the UK

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http://www.rya.org.uk
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Session IV-3: Vice Admiral Clive C C Johnstone CB CBE (NATO Maritime Command Northwood)
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Session IV-3: Vice Admiral Clive C C Johnstone CB CBE (NATO Maritime Command Northwood)

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Vice Admiral Clive C C Johnstone CB CBE, NATO Maritime Command Northwood, at session IV: "Defending Northern Europe" Leangkollen Security Conference 2017 entitled: "Security in Northern Europe after Crimea, Brexit and the U.S. election" More information here: http://www.atlanterhavskomiteen.no/nettsider/dnak/leangkollen/2017
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HMS Enterprise Takes Command Of Key NATO Maritime Force | Forces TV
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HMS Enterprise Takes Command Of Key NATO Maritime Force | Forces TV

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The Royal Navy has taken command of one of NATO's key maritime forces. HMS Enterprise is returning to the Mediterranean as a communications and command hub, becoming the flagship of a NATO. Royal Navy to command two NATO forces The Royal Navy are guardians of the Mediterranean after taking charge of two NATO task forces in the Middle Sea. Type 45 destroyer HMS Duncan is now flagship. It's part of the NATO rapid response force that tracked Russia's aircraft carrier as it passed through the English Channel, and it's arrived in Devonport. The flotilla of four warships from.
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World's most iconic Maritime aircraft To be converted into a museum in Visakhapatnam beach
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World's most iconic Maritime aircraft To be converted into a museum in Visakhapatnam beach

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CM of Andhra Pradesh N.Chandrababu Naidu welcomed the TU-142M Long Range Maritime Patrol aircraft of the Indian Navy which landed at INS Dega for the last time this morning. A special ceremony organised at INS Dega to formally welcome the aircraft at Visakhapatnam was attended by Shri P Ashok Gajapathi Raju, Hon’ble Union Civil Aviation Minister, Govt. of India, Vice Admiral HCS Bisht, PVSM, AVSM, ADC, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command, MPs, MLAs and host of other Civil Dignitaries. On arrival of the TU, the Hon’ble CM interacted with the crew members and exchanged mementos. Govt. of Andhra Pradesh had earlier requested the Ministry of Defence for allotment of one de-inducted TU-142M for converting it into a museum. The request of Govt. of Andhra Pradesh is being processed at the Ministry of Defence, New Delhi. Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (VUDA) would be coordinating all activities related to aircraft museum on behalf of Govt. of AP. The TU is likely to be dismantled and transported by road on trailers and re-assembled on the Beach Road near Kursura Submarine Museum. With the imposing looks and a lethal punch to match, the TU-142M aircraft which have been nothing short of a ‘Flying Destroyer’, was given an impressive welcome as it landed for the last time at Visakhapatnam by a flypast of three Chetak helicopters, two Kamov helicopters, two Dorniers, and one P-8I Aircraft. After having served the Indian Navy with pride and élan for 29 years, during which it accomplished 30,000 hrs of accident free flying, the TU-142M aircraft were given a befitting farewell on 29 March 2017 at INS Rajali, India’s premiere Naval Air Station in Arakkonam, Tamil Nadu. Over the years, the TU-142M has rendered yeoman service to the nation and has taken part in all major exercises and operations including Operation Cactus in Maldives, Op Vijay in 1998, Op Parakram in 2002 and Anti-piracy Operations. The Squadron was awarded Unit Citation by the Chief of Naval Staff in the year 2002 for outstanding professionalism and momentous contribution to the Service and adjudged the Best Frontline Squadron on numerous occasions over the years.
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Naval command post in Britain to be expanded by NATO to deal with ‘significant’ increase
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Naval command post in Britain to be expanded by NATO to deal with ‘significant’ increase

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PUTIN IN EXTRA Naval command post in Britain to be expanded by NATO to deal with ‘significant’ increase in Russian submarine activity off the coast A NAVAL command post in Britain is to be expanded by NATO to help deal with a “significant” increase in Russian submarine activity off the coast. The proposals would see the Allied Maritime Command in North London add an extra 100 or 200 staff, after Vladimir Putin has upped underwater manoeuvres in recent years. Source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5310940/naval-command-post-in-britain-to-be-expanded-by-nato-to-deal-with-significant-increase-in-russian-submarine-activity-off-the-coast/
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161013 NOBLE MARINER 2016 PHOTEX
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161013 NOBLE MARINER 2016 PHOTEX

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Exercise NOBLE MARINER 2016Noble Mariner 16 was held between 10-20 Oct off coast of Scotland. Designed to evaluate the readiness as Maritime Component Command (MCC) and to validate the capabilities of the NRF 2017 MCC by exercising NRF missions and tasks This year, Exercise Noble Mariner is combined with the Royal Navy exercise Joint Warrior and NATO Air Command’s exercise Noble Arrow, all held in the waters and littoral areas of the Northern United Kingdom. By combining these exercises participants from all exercises gain greater interoperability and more capability development.
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NATO's Johnstone on Allied Maritime Force on Priorities, Force Planning, Hybrid Warfare
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NATO's Johnstone on Allied Maritime Force on Priorities, Force Planning, Hybrid Warfare

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Vice Adm. Clive Johnstone, RN, commander of NATO's Allied Maritime Force, discusses its renewed focus on "operations and operational behavior," its to-do list (including boosting fleet and force readiness, and increasing allied naval forces more flexibility), his priorities as commander, the influence of Russia's Kalibr cruise missile on future force planning, hybrid warfare at sea and more during a Jan. 17, 2018, interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian at Atlantic Council headquarters in Washington following its "NATO's Maritime Frontier: A View from NATO's Maritime Command" event.
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