- Singapore hands over CTF 151 to Pakistan
- Six-tonne hashish haul marks fifth drugs bust for Toronto
- CTF 151 recognizes Republic of Korea’s sustained commitment to counter-piracy operations
- CTF 151 and Chinese Navy cooperate in counter-piracy operations in Gulf of Aden
- CTF 150 flagship renders assistance to stricken Pakistani mariners
- CMF legal experts meet in Bahrain
- CMF Personnel commemmorate 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
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Twenty six senior maritime Commanders from 15 nations have gathered at the Combined Maritime Forces Headquarters in Bahrain for the Combined Force Maritime Component Commander (CFMCC) Flag Course which focuses on maritime security issues and regional challenges.
The Indian Ocean, and Gulfs of Aden and Oman have long been an ample hunting ground for the pirates who wish to ply their illegitimate trade against innocent mariners. And that scourge has not gone away. Although in the last … Continue reading
BY LT MICHAEL ROMEO USN Whenever I arrive for a duty watch I do not know what to expect, the unpredictability of illegal activity and the dynamic and complex nature of our operations offer a challenging environment for any naval … Continue reading
Following the recent success of Exercise Falcon Warrior 12-05, a maritime security training exercise for Combined Task Force 152, fifteen students from eight regional nations recently attended the Combined Maritime Forces’ (CMF) inaugural boarding workshop in Bahrain 15-17 October 12.
With the sun beating down upon glass-like seas, the flags of two of the United States’ finest Ships could be found fluttering in a calm breeze in the Arabian Gulf during the recent Operation Falcon Strike. USS Stethem and USS … Continue reading
Combined Task Force 152 (CTF 152) has now completed its nine month command period with the Kuwait Navy and has relocated from Kuwait Naval Base to a more central Gulf location at NSA Bahrain. With this has come a realignment … 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.
Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT)/Fifth Fleet (C5F)/Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) held a change of command ceremony aboard aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65), May 24.
Exercise Stakenet, one of a series of routinely planned Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) exercises recently completed, Feb, 9. The exercise began on Feb.5 in the northern Arabian Gulf and featured active participation by Kuwaiti Naval Ships (KNS) Al Nokhetha and … Continue reading
During their visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), volunteers from HMS Argyll, a Type 23 ‘Duke’ class frigate deployed with Combined Maritime Forces in the Arabian Gulf, helped clear an overgrown graveyard containing the graves of fallen British military … Continue reading