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060803--5821P-008 (Aug. 3, 2006)Onboard the bridge of the Ghanian avy Lurssen PB 57 Class Fast Attack Craft GS AZOE (P30), US avy (US) LT.j.g. Dane Hill (left), from Commander, Task Force 67 (CTF-67), Fleet Maritime Patrol Mobile Command Center, demonstrates the fundamental operations of the Automated Identification System (AIS) ship tracker to LT. Bismark Akabutu, the Ghanaian avy Electrical Officer aboard ship. During the Exercise US Sailors from CTF-67 will participate in engagement activities with the Ghanaian Armed Forces. US efforts in Africa and specifically in the Gulf of Guinea strengthen emerging partnerships and improve maritime security capability and capacity. U.S....

060803--5821P-008 (Aug. 3, 2006)Onboard the bridge of the Ghanian avy Lurssen PB 57 Class Fast Attack Craft GS AZOE (P30), US avy (US) LT.j.g. Dane Hill (left), from Commander, Task Force 67 (CTF-67), Fleet Maritime Patrol Mobile Command Center, demonstrates the fundamental operations of the Automated Identification System (AIS) ship tracker to LT. Bismark Akabutu, the Ghanaian avy Electrical Officer aboard ship. During the Exercise US Sailors from CTF-67 will participate in engagement activities with the Ghanaian Armed Forces. US efforts in Africa and specifically in the Gulf of Guinea strengthen emerging partnerships and improve maritime security capability and capacity. U.S....

 
 
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[Complete] Scene Caption: 060803-N-5821P-008 (Aug. 3, 2006)Onboard the bridge of the Ghanian Navy Lurssen PB 57 Class Fast Attack Craft GNS ANZONE (P30), US Navy (USN) LT.j.g. Dane Hill (left), from Commander, Task Force 67 (CTF-67), Fleet Maritime Patrol Mobile Command Center, demonstrates the fundamental operations of the Automated Identification System (AIS) ship tracker to LT. Bismark Akabutu, the Ghanaian Navy Electrical Officer aboard ship. During the Exercise USN Sailors from CTF-67 will participate in engagement activities with the Ghanaian Armed Forces. USN efforts in Africa and specifically in the Gulf of Guinea strengthen emerging partnerships and improve maritime security capability and capacity. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST Second Class Jason Poplin (RELEASED)

Base: Gns Anzone (P30)

Country: Ghana (GHA)

Scene Camera Operator: MC2 Jason T. Poplin, USN

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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03/08/2006
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