EU NAVFOR Arrests Suspects from First Pirate Attack in 2014

first_img View post tag: Navy View post tag: EU View post tag: first Back to overview,Home naval-today EU NAVFOR Arrests Suspects from First Pirate Attack in 2014 View post tag: NAVFOR View post tag: Suspects View post tag: Arrests View post tag: News by topic View post tag: 2014 View post tag: Defense View post tag: attack View post tag: Pirate January 21, 2014 EU NAVFOR Arrests Suspects from First Pirate Attack in 2014 View post tag: Naval The UK Maritime Trade Operation received a call for help from the oil tanker on 17 January. The tanker was under attack and the attack was repelled by a private armed security team onboard.The Japanese vessel JS Samidare sent a Maritime Patrol Aircraft to locate the pirated dhow with pirates on board. FS Siroco’s team boarded the dhow and transferred the pirates to the ship for further investigation.EU Navfor Force Commander, Rear Admiral Herve Blejean, thanked the crews for an exceptionally effective international cooperation.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, January 21, 2014; Image: EU Navfor PIRATE DHOW IN THE GULF OF ADENThe French Naval Ship FS Siroco in cooperation with Japanese assets released crewmembers from a pirated dhow on January 18th. The flagship arrested five suspected pirates believed of having attacked an oil tanker in the Gulf of Aden a day earlier. View post tag: Defence Share this articlelast_img

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