- Combined Maritime Force (CMF) senior officers visit the Royal Bahrain Naval Force.
- CMF reinforces safety of life at sea
- Second Narcotics Seizure for HMAS Arunta Demonstrates Winning Combined Maritime Formula
- 40th SHADE Conference Held in Bahrain with the Need for Vigilance off Coast of Somalia Reinforced
- Japanese Parliamentary Vice Minister of Defense visits NAVCENT and CTF151
- First Narcotics seizures for French Ship Surcouf under CTF150
- SEYCHELLES, PAKISTAN AND THE IMPORTANCE OF KEY LEADER ENGAGEMENTS
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In an effort to support East African and Indian Ocean nations in enhancing their maritime security responses and information sharing on common maritime threats, Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) personnel recently participated in multinational maritime security exercise Cutlass Express 2015.
The Commander of one of the Combined Maritime Forces task forces in the Indian Ocean recently paid a call on the head of the Tanzanian Navy during a visit to Dar Es Salaam. The Marine Nationale’s Captain Jean-Michel Martinet, Commander … Continue reading
Whilst alongside in Tanzania, the Royal Navy frigate HMS Somerset embarked two officers for a maritime security patrol from Tanzania and Dubai: Lt Sikuku and Lt Ziguye from the Kenyan and Tanzanian Navies respectively, to receive maritime security training. The … Continue reading