- CMF PERSONNEL COMMEMORATE ANZAC DAY IN BAHRAIN
- Combined Maritime Forces Warship makes third drugs bust in six weeks
- Combined Maritime Forces Warship makes second drugs bust in six weeks
- FS Somme provides medical aid to mariners
- CTF 150 ships meet at sea
- CTF 151 and Yemeni Navy cooperate in counter-piracy operations
- More nations join multinational staff as CTF 151 flagship arrives in Oman
- Royal Navy of Oman and Omani Coast Guard Leadership Welcomes CTF 151
- ‘Big 3’ Task Forces in Gulf of Aden meet to coordinate Counter-Piracy Operations
- CTF 151 celebrates promotion of Indonesian Officer
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An important element of the Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) is the Air Coordination Element (ACE), a multinational team tasked to coordinate the operations of the Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft (MPRA). The team is lead by Lieutenant Colonel Pete Saunders … Continue reading
HMAS ANZAC, one of Australia’s 3,600 tonne Anzac Class frigates, has commenced maritime operations in support of Combined Maritime Forces in the Middle East and the ship’s company are off to a busy start.
HMAS Melbourne has departed the Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) area of operations after a successful six-month deployment. The ship is the Royal Australian Navy’s 28th vessel to patrol the region since 2001.
On the 5 July 2012, a Reuters news article asserted that the international anti-piracy efforts and more (foreign fishing) boats carrying armed guards have accounted for the improvement in maritime security around the Seychelles. The article mentions how the Seychelles’ … Continue reading
Australian Sailors from Combined Maritime Forces (CMF), deployed to U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility, held a service at U.S. Naval Forces Central Command headquarters at dawn, April 25.
Commodore Mukhtar Khan, Pakistan Navy, relieved Commodore Jonathan Mead, Royal Australian Navy, as Commander, Combined Task Force (CTF) 150 (counter-terrorism), during a change of command ceremony onboard PNS Badr, Mina Salman port, Bahrain, April 17.
Combined Task Force 150 (CTF), one of three Task Forces within Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) conducted a successful disruption of a vessel carrying illicit cargo in the Indian Ocean, Apr. 13, 2012.
Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) Director Operations, Capt. Bruce Legge, Royal Australian Navy attended the 3rd Maritime Security & Anti-Piracy Conference, in Athens, Greece, Mar. 7-9. The three day conference was attended by those associated with maritime security operations, principally Somali … Continue reading
Yemeni Coast Guards recently embarked HMS Daring and HMAS Parramatta to observe maritime security operation Scimitar Anzac, conducted in the vicinity of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. Combined Task Force 150 (CTF-150) conducted this Scimitar Anzac to further … Continue reading
Combined Task Force 150 (CTF), one of three Task Forces within Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) conducted a successful disruption of a vessel carrying illicit cargo in the north Arabian Sea, Feb. 3, 2012.