(Worthy News) – The navies of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Israel and the United States made history on Wednesday as they began conducting a multilateral maritime security operations exercise in the Red Sea, US Naval Forces Central Command said in a statement Thursday.
The five-day exercise includes at-sea training aboard amphibious transport dock ship USS Portland and will focus on visit, board, search and seizure tactics. The training will enhance interoperability between participating forces’ maritime interdiction teams.
“It is exciting to see US forces training with regional partners to enhance our collective maritime security capabilities,” said Vice Adm. Brad Cooper, commander of NAVCENT, US 5th Fleet and Combined Maritime Forces. “Maritime collaboration helps safeguard freedom of navigation and the free flow of trade, which are essential to regional security and stability.” [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]
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