Tags: Atalanta, Combat Fleets, Piracy, Russian Navy
Welcome to our very first Across the Water post of the Naval Institute Blog!
As Editor of the Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World, I specialize in international navies. Thus starting today, and hopefully once a week from here on out, I‚Äôll be posting a couple of international naval news items that I (and hopefully you) find interesting and noteworthy. The purpose of these posts is to inform, discuss and most importantly, whet your appetite to get the discussions started.
Not just news ‚Ä¶In this section of the¬†blog, we’ll also try and¬†maintain focus on¬†maritime photography, so each week I‚Äôll select, highlight and link to one photo from the U.S. Navy‚Äôs foreign photo gallery. The great thing about this gallery is that the photos are all considered, ‚Äúpublic information and may be distributed or copied unless otherwise specified.‚ÄĚ So feel free to click, save and use lawfully.
Have fun and be sure to write in.¬†Thanks for reading and contributing!
From the United Kingdom:¬† ‚ÄúRoyal Navy Admiral to lead EU anti piracy mission‚ÄĚ
¬†An interesting article describing the European Union‚Äôs ‚ÄúOperation ATALANTA,‚ÄĚ a major EU effort to counter piracy off the coast of Somalia. Let‚Äôs hope it helps ‚Ä¶
And from Russia this week: ‚ÄúRussian naval task force heads for Indian Ocean‚ÄĚ
You can expect to see lots of Russian naval news here during the coming months. As Russia seeks to regain its global sea legs, the news should prove quite interesting.
¬†And finally, this week‚Äôs International Navy photo is ‚Ä¶The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force submarine JS Mochishio (SS 600) underway in the Pacific Ocean at the culmination of ANNUALEX 2008. Taken last month by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brendan Morgan. ¬†
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