- South Korea passes command of CTF-151 to New Zealand
- Pakistan assumes command of CTF-150 from the Royal Navy
- A New Era of Partnership between CTF-151 and China’s ETG-150
- HMAS Darwin leaves on a high!
- CTF-152 scores with Exercise Goalkeeper
- Commander CTF-151 begins Gulf of Aden engagement
- South Korean flagship welcomes HMS Defender to CTF-151
- CTF-150 Commander praises Australian warship’s efforts
- Record hash seizure for Combined Task Force 150
- Pakistan passes command of CTF-151 to the Republic of Korea
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GULF OF ADEN – Just after 6pm on Oct. 6, Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) warship USS Anzio (CG 68), assigned as the CMF’s counter-piracy mission Combined Task Force (CTF) 151 flagship, was on scene to provide assistance to a distressed … Continue reading
HMS ST ALBANS, a type-23 Frigate, currently operating under Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) as part of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150, sprang into action after receiving news of three critically ill casualties on board a cargo dhow. Events on the … Continue reading
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HMS MONMOUTH Continues Support to Counter Piracy HMS MONMOUTH continues to support Counter Piracy in the Red Sea by gathering vital information from Local fishermen while she actively searches for pirates. Images by LA(Phot) Stuart Hill/MOD – CROWN COPYRIGHT
Whilst on counter-piracy operations with in the southern Red Sea, HMS MONMOUTH received a distress call from a maritime security team based on the yacht BOREAS, a three mast schooner, at anchor in the Red Sea.