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The following is a summary of key events taking with the major navies around the world. All information is gleaned from open source intelligence (OSINT). Ship locators are provided from Naval Intelligence professionals Mail (NIPmail). Source URL’s are provided for stories, whenever possible. Use this info to catch-up on daily navy news and to plan “What-If” Harpoon scenarios.

 

Fair Winds and Following Seas (FWFS),

Greg Emerson, DM!(SW), USN-Retired

Renton, WA, USA

 

January Summary follows:

 

30 December

 

RUSSIA

KUZNETSOV deployment: Carrier task force south of Sicily, heading east … while enroute, flight operations with 24 sorties Su-33 Flanker and 7 helicopter sorties. Source: NIPmail.

 

 

03 January

 

RUSSIA

KUZNETSOV deployment: Aircraft carrier ADMIRAL KUZNETSOV completed two days of flight operations in the Central Mediterranean (rmks: west of Crete) … 32 sorties of Su-33 Flanker and 9 sorties of helicopters Ka-27 Helix. Source: NIPmail.

 

 

05 January

 

ISRAEL

Israeli and US armed forces are gearing up for exercise “Austere Challenge 12”, the largest ever bilateral missile defence exercise … no specific date given but expected to be conducted “during the next weeks” … not related to any current events (Iran), as planned for more than a year … based on previous exercises such as “Juniper Cobra 2010” should also involve BMD capable US Navy ships. Source: http://my.firedoglake.com/ctuttle/2012/01/...challenge-2012/

 

RUSSIA

KUZNETSOV deployment: ships of the KUZNETSOV carrier task force at anchorage south of Crete for replenishment … afterwards continue towards Eastern Mediterranean. Source: NIPmail.

 

UNITED KINGDOM

The visit of Royal Navy Antarctic survey ship PROTECTOR to Montevideo, Uruguay, has caused outrage in South America as tensions build ahead of the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War … Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay had agreed a pact to close ports to “Falkland-flagged vessels”, but PROTECTOR flies the Royal Navy’s White Ensign. Source: http://en.mercopress.com/2012/01/04/hms-pr...from-montevideo

 

USA

Efforts to save US$ 450 billion over the next decade have prompted a revised US military strategy … abandon ability to fight two major wars simultaneously but will still be able to deny an aggressor in a second region while already engaged in another. Focus on Pacific region (specifically China). Published document does not mention specific weapons programs. Analysts expects cuts to mostly affect US Army and US Marine Corps. As the Pacific region is predominantly “maritime”, the US Navy should not bear the brunt. (rmks: may expect lobbyists to immediately start working) Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/nation...cmcP_print.html

 

USA

The three Mobile Landing Platforms to be built (at NASSCO, San Diego) for the US Navy (Military Sealift Command) will be named MONTFORD POINT, JOHN GLENN and LEWIS B. PULLER . First of class MONTFORD POINT expected to be delivered in fiscal 2013 and be operational in fiscal 2015. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

Enroute the 57h Fleet area of operations, the ABRAHAM LINCOLN Carrier Strike Group has reached the South China Sea. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

USCG acquisition chief has officially declared the multibillion-dollar Deepwater acquisition plan as dead. “The time has come to officially drop the Deepwater name from any reference to our acquisition portfolio”. (rmks: individual acquisition programs will continue) Source: http://www.federaltimes.com/article/201201.../201050304/1001

 

 

06 January

 

IRAN

After the Iranian navy concluded exercise “Velayat 90”, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) is poised to stage a naval exercise of its own … RAdm Fadavi: “largest ever IRGC naval exercises in Iran's Southern waters will commence in the near future” (media: in Feb) … 7th edition of “Great Prophet” series, but “different from previous ones”. Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/iran-new-na...f-hormuz-2012-1

 

USA

Aircraft carrier RONALD REAGAN sails from San Diego for the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility in Bremerton (Wash.) … start a one-year major overhaul … return to home port in Jan 2013. Source: NIPmail.

 

 

UPCOMING / PLANNED EVENTS

 

FRANCE (09 Jan)

Helicopter carrier MISTRAL scheduled to sail from Toulon for Norfolk (USA) … participate in exercise “Bold Alligator” (24 Jan – 13 Feb) … embark French army personnel and vehicles, incl. tanks … probably also take along first new EDA-R landing craft. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA (29 Jun)

Exercise RIMPAC 12 … off Hawaii 29 Jun – 07 Aug … participants to include ships / aircraft / observers from Australia, India, Indonesia, Canada, Colombia, Korea, Malaysia, Peru, Russia, Singapore, USA, Tonga, Japan … total of six submarines, 39 warships, 200 aircraft … Russian Pacific Fleet to deploy SOVREMENNIY class destroyer BYSTRY, a tanker and a salvage tug. (One has to wonder if the exercise will coincide with the release of "Battleship" the Movie) Source: NIPmail.

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January 09 NNSotD - -

 

05 January

 

PIRACY

Arabian Sea: US Navy destroyer KIDD intercepts Iranian fishing dhow AL MOLAI, hijacked by pirates some 40 days before and used as mother ship since … no resistance on boarding … 13 Iranian crew freed, supported with fuel, water, food and medical aid, then sent along … 15 pirates detained and transferred on board aircraft carrier JOHN C STENNIS to await decision on possible prosecution. Source: International Maritime Organization (IMO) Update.

 

 

06 January

 

NATO / UNITED KINGDOM

British Royal Navy Admiral George Zambellas has taken over Allied Maritime Command Northwood during a ceremony in North London, replacing the Royal Navy’s outgoing Commander-in-Chief Fleet, Admiral Sir Trevor Soar. Source: NIPmail.

 

PIRACY

Gulf of Aden: Dhow AL-QASHMI, mother ship to pirates, “disrupted” in the Gulf of Aden near the IRTC. No details given, but should correspond to Danish navy report that multi-purpose ship ABSALON (NATO) intercepted a hijacked-turned-mother ship dhow … freed 14 Iranian/Pakistani hostages, seized pirate paraphernalia and detained 25 suspected pirates. Source: IMO Update.

 

USA

Aircraft carrier ABRAHAM LINCOLN and cruiser CAPE ST. GEORGE arrive off Leam Chebang, Thailand, for a scheduled port visit. (rmks: enroute scheduled deployment to the 5th Fleet area of operations). Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

US Navy website places the CARL VINSON Carrier Strike Group in the “Indian Ocean” while still stating it to be on “West Pacific Patrol”. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

The MAKIN ISLAND Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) has relieved the BATAAN ARG of its duties in the 5th Fleet area of operations … BATAAN ARG now to head home for Norfolk to end a then nearly 11-month deployment which began in March, 2011. (rmks: expect media to put the upcoming Suez Canal passage in context with developments in Syria). Source: NIPmail.

 

 

07 January

 

AUSTRALIA

North of Christmas Island, patrol boat MARYBOROUGH intercepts a boat carrying 119 suspected asylum seekers and two crew … opposition: “continues to demonstrate the Labor government’s failed policy on border protection”. Source: IMO Update.

 

PIRACY

Somalia: (unspecified) counter-piracy forces have “disrupted” a pirate dhow just off the coast of Somalia (south of Hobyo). NATO website does not give any details. Source: IMO Update.

 

 

08 January

 

CANADA

Frigate CHARLOTTETOWN sails from Halifax for the Mediterranean … to join NATO anti-terror operation “Active Endeavour”.

(rmks: local media claim relevance to Syria). Source: NIPmail.

 

INDIA

Newly leased AKULA class submarine NERPA about to sail from Russian Vladivostok to arrive at Visakhapatnam by end January. Source: NIPmail.

 

PIRACY

Somalia: Somali pirates release Maltese-flagged tanker OLIB G after receiving US$ 3 million … was hijacked in the Gulf of Aden on 08 Sep, 2010. Source: IMO Update.

 

RUSSIA

Update YEKATERINBURG fire: Environmental organisation Bellona reports the damaged DELTA-IV class sub sailed from the Roslyakovo dry dock to Severodvinsk for major repairs at the Zvezdochka shipyard … enroute make a stop at the Okol’naya base which is the place for missile loading or unloading. This would suggest the submarine had carried its missile load during the fire at Roslyakovo – which the Russian navy, of course, vehemently denies. Source: Undersea Wafare.

 

RUSSIA / SYRIA

KUZNETSOV deployment: Russian navy confirms Syrian state TV reports the Russian ADMIRAL KUZNETSOV carrier task force has arrived at Tartus, Syria. While the carrier together with some other ships has anchored at the roadstead, destroyer ADMIRAL CHABANENKO, frigate LADNIY and tanker LENA have entered the port. Syria state TV claims 6-day official visit; Russian navy, however, says visit for just short replenishment and ships scheduled to sail again on 09 Jan.

(rmks: “short replenishment stop” meant to soften political repercussions of this visit). Source: Naval Today - http://navaltoday.com/2012/01/09/russian-c...-mediterranean/

 

 

09 January

 

ISRAEL

The Israel navy will employ an increasing number of missile boats with protecting / securing offshore installations in the Mediterranean … requirement spurring acquisition of two additional missile boats. Source: NIPmail.

 

 

UPCOMING / PLANNED EVENTS

 

UNITED KINGDOM (11 Jan)

TYPE 45 destroyer DARING scheduled to leave home port Portsmouth for a scheduled several-month deployment “East of Suez” … first operational deployment of a TYPE 45 destroyer … will relieve a TYPE 23 frigate currently operating in the Arabian Sea / Persian Gulf area. (rmks: long-planned routine deployment which many media, however, picture as a direct response to Iranian threat to close the Strait of Hormuz). Source: NIPmail.

 

IRAN (27 Jan)

Update: Announced Major IRGC naval exercise scheduled to start on 27 Jan … according to a member of parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee will have the specific aim to “practice the armed forces’ ability to close the Strait of Hormuz.” Source: NIPmail.

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NNSotD - 10 January. Summary to follow ...

 

23 December

MOROCCO

First SIGMA class frigate TARIK BEN ZIYAD officially commissioned into service … during a ceremony led by King Mohammed VI. Source: NIPmail.

 

 

07 January

 

PIRACY

Yemen: Yemeni authorities have arrested seven Somali pirates who had been found adrift at sea with their skiff, four of them injured from gun shots reportedly sustained when a day before they had tried to hijack an unknown merchant vessel and encountered an embarked armed security team. Source: IMO Update.

 

 

08 January

 

RUSSIA – SYRIA

KUZNETSOV deployment: images show Syrian Defense Minister General Rajiha touring the deck of Russian aircraft carrier ADMIRAL KUZNETSOV off Tartus (anchoring at roadstead). Source: NIPmail.

 

 

09 January

 

INDIA

The first of 12 new 8000TD medium hovercraft being built by UK-based Griffon Hoverwork for the Indian Coast Guard has commenced sea trials. Source: NIPmail.

 

RUSSIA

KUZNETSOV deployment: no information yet (as of morning 10 Jan) whether the KUZNETSOV carrier task force has ended its visit to Tartus, Syria, as Russian navy had announced; Syrian SANA news agency claims 6-day visit. Following the visit to Syria, the task force will commence western transit towards (reportedly) Tunisia for another visit to Sfax. Leave Mediterranean by end January to head home. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

The CARL VINSON Carrier Strike Group (CSG) arrives in the 5th Fleet area of operations.

(rmks: With the JOHN C STENNIS still there - expected to leave soon for home - and the recently arrived ABRAHAM LINCOLN there are - temporarily - three US Navy CSG operating in the Indian Ocean / Arabian Sea area). Source: Navy.mil http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=64678

 

FWFS,

 

Greg Emerson, DM1(SW), USN-Retired

Renton, WA, USA

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The CARL VINSON Carrier Strike Group (CSG) arrives in the 5th Fleet area of operations. (rmks: With the JOHN C STENNIS still there - expected to leave soon for home - and the recently arrived ABRAHAM LINCOLN there are - temporarily - three US Navy CSG operating in the Indian Ocean / Arabian Sea area).

 

I expect the Lincoln [CSG 9] is still enroute to the AO, as she was in Thailand as recently as 6 January (see Maritime Security Asia).

 

The current state of carrier deployments are always interesting (though often over-emphasized), because if you look at the rest of the fleet, the remaining carriers are either in port (such as in DPIA or RCOH), on their way to port, or close to their homeport.

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NNSotD for 11 January ...

 

05 January

 

TURKEY

Turkish Aselsan chosen for development of a naval phased array radar to become main sensor for TF-2000 air defence frigates planned to be acquired “in the next decade”.

(rmks: regarded as “mile stone” in dragging frigate program). Source: http://www.defence.pk/forums/turkey-defenc...aw-frigate.html

 

10 January

 

FRANCE

Second newly built EDA-R type landing craft (L 9093) has commenced sea trials off Toulon. Source: NIPmail.

 

IRAN

Iranian armed forces chief reaffirms warnings for US aircraft carrier JOHN C STENNIS to re-enter the Gulf. (rmks: warning refers specifically to “this ship” and thus comes easy. As the STENNIS is about to end her scheduled deployment and head home, he may be rather confident his bluff won’t be called). Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/04/world/mi...ft-carrier.html

 

PIRACY

Gulf of Aden: Pirates reportedly hijack an Iranian ship carrying 30,000 tonnes of petrochemical products. No further details yet.

Somalia: Product tanker LIQUID VELVET, hijacked on 31 Oct 2011, spotted 120 nm off the Somalia coast … ship probably being used as mother ship.

West Africa: Off the coast of Nigeria, pirates hijack Norwegian merchant vessel SPAR RIGEL … 20 Indian crew lock in citadel … pirates abandon prey when security forces arrive on the scene. (rmks: source claims “Somali” pirates which, of course, should be utter nonsense). Source: IMO Update.

 

RUSSIA (SYRIA)

Destroyer ADMIRAL CHABANENKO, frigate LADNIY and tanker LENA depart the Syrian port of Tartus … LADNIY heading home for her Black Sea home port Sevastopol (scheduled to arrive on 13 Jan) … other ships to rejoin the ADMIRAL KUZNETSOV carrier task force which is set to conduct a series of tactical exercises incl. flight operations while heading west again. Source: NIPmail.

 

RUSSIA

Inspection of DELTA-IV class submarine YEKATERINBURH has shown sonar system and 150 sqm of rubber coating at the forward section destroyed … damage exceeds Euro25 million … submarine will be “repaired and returned to the fleet in due time”… no date given. Source: http://en.rian.ru/mlitary_news/20120110/170697703.html

 

USA – IRAN

US Coast Guard ISLAND class cutter MONOMOY rescued six Iranians from their sinking cargo dhow in the Persian Gulf … provided food and medical service, then arranged for their returning home. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

Aircraft carrier ABRAHAM LINCOLN and cruiser CAPE ST. GEORGE end their visit to Laem Chabang, Thailand … continue towards the Arabian Sea. Source: NIPmail.

 

UPCOMING / PLANNED EVENTS

 

RUSSIA (2012)

The Russian Northern Fleet plans participation in three major international exercises this year: “Pomor 2012”, “Barents 2012” and “Northern Eagle 2012”. Source: NIPmail.

 

FWFS,

 

Greg Emerson, DM1(SW), USN-Retired

Renton, WA, USA

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Inspection of DELTA-IV class submarine YEKATERINBURH has shown sonar system and 150 sqm of rubber coating at the forward section destroyed … damage exceeds Euro25 million … submarine will be “repaired and returned to the fleet in due time”… no date given. Source: http://en.rian.ru/mlitary_news/20120110/170697703.html

 

Got a better source for this? The RIA Novosti link provided says nothing about destruction of the sonar or 150 sq.m of anechoic coating.

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FRANCE

Second newly built EDA-R type landing craft (L 9093) has commenced sea trials off Toulon. Source: NIPmail.

 

A little more on the EDAR in a press release from the French Navy here. (Defense Aerospace link)

More links about EDA-R and a lot of pictures:

http://www.meretmarine.com/article.cfm?id=118374

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The following is a summary of key events taking with the major navies around the world. All information is gleaned from open source intelligence (OSINT). Ship locators are provided from Naval Intelligence professionals Mail (NIPmail). Source URL’s are provided for stories, whenever possible. Use this info to catch-up on daily navy news and to plan “What-If” Harpoon scenarios.

 

 

 

USA

The three Mobile Landing Platforms to be built (at NASSCO, San Diego) for the US Navy (Military Sealift Command) will be named MONTFORD POINT, JOHN GLENN and LEWIS B. PULLER . First of class MONTFORD POINT expected to be delivered in fiscal 2013 and be operational in fiscal 2015. Source: NIPmail.

With the shift from a military of dominance and power to one of efficiency and intelligence I think we can expect more AMPHIB's in the near future. Am I pushing my luck to say that the days of 500,000 boots on the ground are over and smaller forces will be the norm? Maybe Russell over at AGS (with a nudge from Tony and Brad and the fans of this great game) we could see amphibs that can deploy Marines and tanks on LCAC's in ANW? ;) ;) I've been wanting to send a company or two into Taiwan from a LPD for days now. Thanks Greg for the great news.

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12 January Summary to follow ...

 

07 January

 

CAPE VERDE

The Cape Verde Coast Guard commissioned an innovative 51-m Damen-built Stanaxe 5009 patrol vessel. Source: NIPmail.

 

10 January

 

PIRACY

Somalia: Somalia pirates’ attempt to use hijacked product tanker LIQUID VELVET as mother ship was short-lived ... just 90nm from the Somalia coast the ship was intercepted by British Royal Navy supply ship FORT VICTORIA … with close “shadowing” unable to carry out any attacks, the ship returned to its anchorage off the Somalia coast. Source: IMO Update.

 

11 January

 

CHINA

+++ the PLAN “recently” test-fired up to six Julang-2 (JL-2) submarine-launched ballistic missiles. (rmks: JL-2 carried on board new JIN class SSBN and one old GOLF class submarine used as test-bed for this new SLBM).

+++ 10-odd vessels (incl. new indigenous LCAC) of the South Sea Fleet landing ship flotilla „recently” conducted amphibious exercises in the South China Sea (rmks: no details given). Source: NIPmail.

 

COLOMBIA

French Thales has completed program “Orion” overhaul/upgrade of a first Columbian navy type FS-1500 (ALMIRANTE PADILLA class) frigate and redelivered the ship to the Columbian navy … works performed at Cotecmar (Cartagena, Col.). Source: NIPmail.

 

RUSSIA

The Russian navy has “practically put into service” first BOREJ class submarine YURI DOLGORUKIY … before formal commissioning “only a number of purely technical questions have to be solved” which will “require a few months”. (rmks: With BULAVA SLBM testing complete, the sub is going into the rotation for deterrent missile patrols). Source: NPmail.

 

SYRIA

Cypriot authorities temporarily detained Russian-owned Saint Vincent-flagged cargo ship CHARIOT, reportedly carrying between 35 and 60 tons of munitions and explosives from St. Petersburg (Russia) for the Syrian port of Latakia … had berthed in Limassol for bad weather … allowed to refuel and sail from Limassol after its Russian owners agreed to “not proceed to Syria” (rmks: anyone take a bet?). New destination not disclosed. Source: IMO Update.

 

UNITED KINGDOM

HMS DARING sails from Portsmouth for the first ever operational deployment of a TYPE 45 destroyer … long-planned several-month routine deployment to relieve TYPE 23 frigate ARGYLL in the region “East of Suez” (rmks: which comprises Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, Persian Gulf). Source: NIPmail.

 

UNITED KINGDOM

New Wildcat ship-borne helicopter has begun several-week sea trials off the UK aboard TYPE 23 frigate IRON DUKE … will also deliberately seek for “bad weather” to help define operational limits. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA (IRAN)

The US Navy is using its first high-altitude (rmks: up to 70,000 ft) drone, known as the BAMS - Broad Area Maritime Surveillance UAV, to monitor Iranian military activity and vessel transit in and around the Strait of Hormuz … flying a 24-hour mission every three days, complementing 12-hour sorties flown by manned P-3C Orion aircraft. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

The ENTERPRISE Carrier Strike Group (ENTERPRISE, VICKSBURG, PORTER, JAMES E. WILLIAMS, NITZE) departed homeport Norfolk for COMPTUEX Composite Unit Training Exercise and subsequent JTFEX Joint Task Force Exercise (rmks: amphibious exercise “Bold Alligator” scheduled to start on 24 Jan?) … prepare for final operational deployment later this year, after which the 50-year old carrier is slated for decommissioning. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

Navy leaders are drafting a new force structure assessment that will bring the US Navy in line with the goals laid out in the White House's new national security strategy unveiled on 05 Jan. May lead to abandoning the long-standing goal for a 313-ship fleet. Source: NIPmail.

 

12 January

 

PIRACY

Anti-Piracy Forces: 7th Russian Pacific Fleet anti-piracy task group with destroyer ADMIRAL TRIBUTS, tanker PECHENGA and salvage tug SORUM MB-37 has arrived in the Gulf of Aden to relieve 6th group with destroyer ADMIRAL PANTELEYEV (on station since Sep). Source: IMO Update.

 

 

FWFS,

 

Greg Emerson, DM1(SW), USN-Retired

Renton, WA, USA

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NNSotD for 13 January 2012 (Happy Friday the 13th!). Summary to follow ...

 

06 January

 

FRANCE

Frigate VENTOSE … in the Caribbean … intercepts a British-flagged sailing yacht carrying some 600 kg of Cocaine … four people arrested. Source: IMO Update.

 

 

09 January

 

USA

Austal in Mobile, Alabama, launches fourth Littoral Combat Ship LCS-4 CORONADO. Source: Defense Web - http://www.defenceweb.co.za/index.php?opti...&Itemid=106

 

12 January

 

INDIA

Development of a hypersonic (up to Mach 7) variant of the Brahmos anti-ship missile to be completed by 2017. Source: NIPmail.

 

IRAN

The USA has warned Iran that closing the Strait of Hormuz is a “red line” that would provoke an instant (military) response. JCS Gen Dempsey: “… take action and reopen the strait“. Source: NIPmail.

 

PIRACY

+++ Somalia: Spanish navy supply ship PATINO (flagship to EU NavFor) had just completed escorting a WFP cargo ship to Mogadishu, when a skiff approached, pirates opened fire and tried to board. When PATINO crew returned fire and launched helicopter, the pirates broke off attack and surrendered … six (five of them wounded) apprehended and detained on board PATINO. Fate of possible 7th pirate unclear; may have been lost overboard during the attack.

(rmks: in first daylight mistook the navy ship for a merchant vessel). Source: IMO Update.

+++ Arabian Sea: South-east of Salalah, Oman, pirates with two skiffs attack merchant ship which manages to escape (no details). Source: IMO Update.

 

RUSSIA

Update: acc. to DepPM Rogozin, fire-damaged DELTA-IV class submarine to be repaired and returned to fleet “by summer 2014”. Repairs scheduled to start this summer. (rmks: “Russian evolution”: more than a year … less than one year … more than two years. Non-gov source suggests three to four years). Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

CNO Adm Greenert: In implementing the new defence strategic guidance, the US Navy will need to review its numbers of ships, aircraft and equipment and how they are distributed around the world … in Asia will focus largely on relationships - rather than a naval build-up in the region. Source: NIPmail.

 

USA

Lockheed-Martin delivered the first two production F-35B Lightning-II aircraft to the US Marine Corps … will be used for pilot and maintainer training at the F-35 Integrated Training Center. Source: NIPmail.

 

 

UPCOMING / PLANNED EVENTS

 

USA (20 Jan)

Change of command at the Pacific Fleet ... Adm. Cecil D. Haney will take over from Adm. Patrick Walsh during a ceremony at Pearl Harbor … Walsh is retiring after 34 years. Source: NIPmail.

 

 

Have a great weekend!!!!!

 

FWFS,

Greg Emerson, DM1(SW), USN-Retired

Renton, WA, USA

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