Turkish Naval Forces to Perform Shooting Training in the Black Sea

The Turkish Naval Forces announced NAVTEX (Notice to the Marines) for the shooting training to be held between April 10 and April 18, 2021. The announcement for the shooting training to be held in the Black Sea within the scope of NAVTEX was announced by the Turkish Naval Forces Hydrography and Oceanography Department.

In the announcement made by the Turkish Naval Forces Hydrography and Oceanography Department;

"one. SHOOTING TRAINING WILL BE HELD FROM 1 APR 10 HOURS 21Z TO APR 2101 18 HOURS 21Z IN THE FIELD BELOW.
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ANNOUNCED TO THE MARINERS.
2. THIS NOTICE WILL BE WITHDRAWAL ON 19 APRIL 21, AT 0030Z. "

expressions were included.

Transition and Communication Training in the Mediterranean by TCG GEMLİK and USS Dwight D. Eisenhower

The Turkish Armed Forces conducted joint training with US Navy elements in the Eastern Mediterranean. In his post on the Twitter account of the Ministry of National Defense, "Joint trainings and close cooperation with our allies continue in the Eastern Mediterranean. Our TCG GEMLİK frigate belongs to the USA in the Eastern Mediterranean USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER conducts transition training with the Aircraft Carrier Task Group.statements were made. It was stated that the transition exercise with the Gabya class TCG Gemlik (F-492) frigate belonging to the Turkish Naval Forces was based on partnership capabilities using NATO operational and tactical procedures.

 

Rear Admiral Scott Robertson of the US Navy, "It is a great pleasure to work with our Turkish allies and to continue building new ones on 70 years of shared values ​​and experience." said. Stating that operating with the Turkish Naval Forces demonstrates America's commitment to its allies, Robertson said. "This situation supports the idea that when we stand together, we have the ability to maintain much stronger, free and open conditions at sea." made the statement.

Source: DefenseTurkish

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