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U.S., European and East African nations team up for a joint maritime activity known as Exercise Cutlass Express.
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The U.S. Navy recently joined forces with their French, Russian, and British counterparts to foster multinational interoperability during Exercise FRUCKUS.
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USS San Juan, a Los Angeles-class attack submarine, arrived in Simon’s Town, South Africa today setting the stage for a series of the first, at-sea engagements with the South African Navy submarine force. During the visit, San Juan will be …
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“Task Force Climate Change was initiated … to assess the Navy’s preparedness to respond to emerging requirements, and to develop a science-based timeline for future Navy actions regarding climate change,” Rear Adm. David Titley, the Navy’s senior oceanographer, explained in …
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