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La Armada de Mexico participó Junto a Guardacostas de E.U. y Canada en ejercicios de seguridad maritima y costera

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De acuerdo a convenios firmados previamente, la Armada de Mexico, realizó ejercicios en las costas de Ensenada,B.C., con la participación de 2 buques de la Guardia costera de E.U. asi como un buque de la Armada Canadiense Guardacosta Clase Kingston  llamados HMCS Yellowknife and HMCS Edmonton,
 Con la participación de la 2 zona naval de la Semar,  los ejercicios cubrieron entre otros:


Seguridad de las Costas
 Seguridad ante buques y naves sospechosas, haciendo así la coparticipacion
de las 3 Armadas mejor coordinadas para estos retos.
 De los buques de la Armada, pareciera que será otro secreto que las autoridades mantendrán
sin revelar dicho evento.  



Mexican Navy participates in NAMSI exercise
15 October 2013







The Mexican Navy has participated in a North American Maritime Security Initiative (NAMSI) exercise, held off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, to boost partnership.
The NAMSI pacific exercise has been designed to offer a training environment exercise emergency response plans, policies and procedures to support maritime homeland security / maritime homeland defence (MHS / MHD) missions.
In addition to testing and improving capabilities to quickly interdict threats far from US shores, the exercise demonstrated the hand-off process of suspected vessels and persons of interest in collaboration with foreign navies.
US Coastguard cutter rush commanding officer captain Diane Durham said the crew strengthened their homeland security skills with the assistance of the Mexican and Canadian maritime forces.
Rush Petty Officer 2nd Class Tyson Ligsay said: "It was a great opportunity to work with the Mexican Navy to strengthen our partnerships and to hopefully one day work on multilateral agreements to help combat the narcotics trafficking."
"The crew strengthened their homeland security skills with the assistance of the Mexican and Canadian maritime forces."
Apart from Mexican Navy, the exercise involved Canadian Navy, the US Navy, and coastguard assets comprising of a maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) from air station Sacramento and coastguard cutter Narwhal, an 87ft-long patrol boat.
In addition, coastguard cutter rush (WHEC-723), coastguard cutter Narwhal, coastguard district 11, coastguard Pacific area as well as Mexican Navy's SEMAR region two participated in the drill.
The exercise also included Canadian Forces' Kingston-class coastal defence vessel HMCS Yellowknife and HMCS Edmonton.
A component of a multi-year training and exercise plan, the NAMSI drill provides an opportunity for participants to test skills in interactive and hands-on, real world tactical procedures.


http://www.naval-technology.com/news/newsmexican-navy-participates-namsi
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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 20/10/2013, 7:49 pm

Según esta nota, el ARM Montestario, participo en este ejercicio. De acuerdo a la 
lista de buques, el nombre mas cercano es ARM MONASTERIO, y es un buque clase
Uribe, PO de vigilancia costera de la Armada de Mexico. Asumo es un error tipografico
y no una distorción para no revelar quien participo por parte de la Armada.
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CG Participates in Exercise with Mexican Navy






Oct 12, 2013
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ALAMEDA, Calif. — The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Rush participated in a North American Maritime Security Initiative (NAMSI) exercise off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, Oct. 8-11, 2013.
 
The NAMSI Pacific Exercise is designed to establish a learning environment for players to exercise emergency response plans, policies, and procedures as they pertain to maritime homeland security/maritime homeland defense (MHS/MHD) events.
 
The NAMSI is a component of a multi-year training and exercise plan that gives participants the opportunity to test their skills in interactive and hands-on, real world tactical procedures.  A primary objective of the exercise was to evaluate the hand-off process of suspected vessels and persons of interest in collaboration with foreign navies.
 
“NAMSI was an excellent opportunity to exercise and strengthen our partnership with our North American neighbors,” said Capt. Diane Durham, commanding officer of the Rush. “My crew walked away with a better understanding of this vital international agreement, and honed their homeland security skills with the assistance of the Mexican and Canadian maritime forces.”
 
The Coast Guard is a leading agency of maritime enforcement worldwide. The NAMSI exercise involved the Canadian Navy, Mexican Navy, U.S. Navy, and additional Coast Guard assets including a Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) from Air Station Sacramento and Coast Guard Cutter Narwhal, an 87-foot patrol boat homeported in Newport Beach, Calif.
 

“In any law enforcement operation, communication plays a vital role in the success of any evolution,” said Coast Guard Petty Officer 1st Class Justin Laragione, one of the Maritime Enforcement Specialists aboard Rush. He did not overlook the opportunity to gain another perspective from the Mexican Navy.  “Everyone involved brings something to the table, no matter how big or small your role is.”

 
The multi-agency collaboration allowed an opportunity to test and improve capabilities to quickly interdict threats far from U.S. shores.
 
Exercise participants will attend a facilitated debriefing at SEMAR Second Naval Region Headquarters in Ensenada. During the debriefing, participants will receive feedback regarding performance and potential areas for improvement.
 
“It was a great opportunity to work with the Mexican Navy to strengthen our partnerships and to hopefully one day work on multilateral agreements to help combat the narcotics trafficking," said Petty Officer 2nd Class Tyson Ligsay, also a Maritime Enforcement Specialist aboard Rush. 
 
“We look forward to participating in future NAMSI exercises,” said Durham.
 
Participating agencies included: Coast Guard Cutter Rush, Coast Guard Cutter Narwhal, Coast Guard Air Station Sacramento, Coast Guard District 11, Coast Guard Pacific Area, SEMAR Region 2, ARM Montestario, HMCS Yellowknife, and HMCS Edmonton.


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Rogersukoi27 escribió:De acuerdo a convenios firmados previamente, la Armada de Mexico, realizó ejercicios en las costas de Ensenada,B.C., con la participación de 2 buques de la Guardia costera de E.U. asi como un buque de la Armada Canadiense Guardacosta Clase Kingston  llamados HMCS Yellowknife and HMCS Edmonton,
 Con la participación de la 2 zona naval de la Semar,  los ejercicios cubrieron entre otros:


Seguridad de las Costas
 Seguridad ante buques y naves sospechosas, haciendo así la coparticipacion
de las 3 Armadas mejor coordinadas para estos retos.
 De los buques de la Armada, pareciera que será otro secreto que las autoridades mantendrán
sin revelar dicho evento.  



Mexican Navy participates in NAMSI exercise
15 October 2013







The Mexican Navy has participated in a North American Maritime Security Initiative (NAMSI) exercise, held off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, to boost partnership.
The NAMSI pacific exercise has been designed to offer a training environment exercise emergency response plans, policies and procedures to support maritime homeland security / maritime homeland defence (MHS / MHD) missions.
In addition to testing and improving capabilities to quickly interdict threats far from US shores, the exercise demonstrated the hand-off process of suspected vessels and persons of interest in collaboration with foreign navies.
US Coastguard cutter rush commanding officer captain Diane Durham said the crew strengthened their homeland security skills with the assistance of the Mexican and Canadian maritime forces.
Rush Petty Officer 2nd Class Tyson Ligsay said: "It was a great opportunity to work with the Mexican Navy to strengthen our partnerships and to hopefully one day work on multilateral agreements to help combat the narcotics trafficking."
"The crew strengthened their homeland security skills with the assistance of the Mexican and Canadian maritime forces."
Apart from Mexican Navy, the exercise involved Canadian Navy, the US Navy, and coastguard assets comprising of a maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) from air station Sacramento and coastguard cutter Narwhal, an 87ft-long patrol boat.
In addition, coastguard cutter rush (WHEC-723), coastguard cutter Narwhal, coastguard district 11, coastguard Pacific area as well as Mexican Navy's SEMAR region two participated in the drill.
The exercise also included Canadian Forces' Kingston-class coastal defence vessel HMCS Yellowknife and HMCS Edmonton.
A component of a multi-year training and exercise plan, the NAMSI drill provides an opportunity for participants to test skills in interactive and hands-on, real world tactical procedures.


http://www.naval-technology.com/news/newsmexican-navy-participates-namsi
¿Qué tipo de embarcaciones participaron en la Armada de México para hacer ejercicio NAMSI?
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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 17/11/2014, 9:52 pm

De nuevo, la Armada de Mexico, realiza el intercambio de tripulaciones con buques Guardacostas Gabachos y de la Real ARmada Canadiense, donde se entrenan mutuamente en objetivos
y familiaridad de sus operaciones de manera conjunta.
Da gusto que de nuevo la PO Farias participe en este ejercicio similar que tuvieron el año pasado.





HMCS Calgary conducts interoperability exercises with the U.S. Coast Guard and the Mexican Navy
HMCS Calgary
Navy News / October 27, 2014

Days after HMCS Calgary’s successful drug interdiction operations with the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Cutter Active and the Mexican naval warship Farias, the three ships conducted a “cross-pollination” exercise where sailors visit other ships for training and familiarization purposes. In this case, 21 sailors switched positions between the three ships. Crew members were transferred between ships by boat and helicopter.

Three officers and eight crew members left Calgary to visit the USCG and Mexican ships, while Calgary received six officers and crew members from Active and four from Farias. Once aboard, all were treated to multiple tours, demonstrations of daily operations and a visit to their respective messes. They were also provided with the opportunity to exchange ideas with their occupational counterparts to get a better sense of how the Royal Canadian Navy operates.

One of Calgary’s bridge watch keepers, Sub-Lieutenant David Nelson, spent three days aboard Active and had a positive experience. “It was a unique experience gaining an insight into the law enforcement aspect of the U.S. Coast Guard during maritime interdiction operations,” says SLt Nelson. “It was also impressive to observe the daily operations of a Coast Guard vessel.”

When asked about the experience for his ship’s company, Calgary’s Commanding Officer, Commander John Wilson, explains it was a well-received experience by all. “I was exceptionally proud to host fellow sailors from our joint interagency friends in the USCG and the Mexican Navy,” says Cdr Wilson. “I was grateful for the opportunity to see members of our team get a chance to experience, learn and bring back the knowledge gained on the other ships.”

Upon completion of the cross-pollination exercise, which ranged from one to three days for the different sailors, Calgary’s participation in Operation Caribbe came to an end and she continued her transit to San Francisco for Fleet Week.

Calgary will remain at sea until the first week of November.

http://www.navy-marine.forces.gc.ca/en/news-operations/news-view.page?doc=hmcs-calgary-conducts-interoperability-exercises-with-the-u-s-coast-guard-and-the-mexican-navy/i1pglo26
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con la participación de 2 buques de la Guardia costera de E.U. asi como un buque de la Armada Canadiense Guardacosta Clase Kingston.....


Que mal.....dado las características de Nuestros Buques...SOLO ASPIRAMOS a...ejercicios Guarda-costaneros....

Ni modo MARINA DE AGUA DULCE......

Saludos.
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asterix escribió:con la participación de 2 buques de la Guardia costera de E.U. asi como un buque de la Armada Canadiense Guardacosta Clase Kingston.....


Que mal.....dado las características de Nuestros Buques...SOLO ASPIRAMOS a...ejercicios Guarda-costaneros....

Ni modo MARINA DE AGUA DULCE......

Saludos.

Acuérdese de los RIMPAC... Cool

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Rogersukoi27 escribió:De acuerdo a convenios firmados previamente, la Armada de Mexico, realizó ejercicios en las costas de Ensenada,B.C., con la participación de 2 buques de la Guardia costera de E.U. asi como un buque de la Armada Canadiense Guardacosta Clase Kingston  llamados HMCS Yellowknife and HMCS Edmonton,
 Con la participación de la 2 zona naval de la Semar,  los ejercicios cubrieron entre otros:


Seguridad de las Costas
 Seguridad ante buques y naves sospechosas, haciendo así la coparticipacion
de las 3 Armadas mejor coordinadas para estos retos.
 De los buques de la Armada, pareciera que será otro secreto que las autoridades mantendrán
sin revelar dicho evento.  



Mexican Navy participates in NAMSI exercise
15 October 2013







The Mexican Navy has participated in a North American Maritime Security Initiative (NAMSI) exercise, held off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, to boost partnership.
The NAMSI pacific exercise has been designed to offer a training environment exercise emergency response plans, policies and procedures to support maritime homeland security / maritime homeland defence (MHS / MHD) missions.
In addition to testing and improving capabilities to quickly interdict threats far from US shores, the exercise demonstrated the hand-off process of suspected vessels and persons of interest in collaboration with foreign navies.
US Coastguard cutter rush commanding officer captain Diane Durham said the crew strengthened their homeland security skills with the assistance of the Mexican and Canadian maritime forces.
Rush Petty Officer 2nd Class Tyson Ligsay said: "It was a great opportunity to work with the Mexican Navy to strengthen our partnerships and to hopefully one day work on multilateral agreements to help combat the narcotics trafficking."
"The crew strengthened their homeland security skills with the assistance of the Mexican and Canadian maritime forces."
Apart from Mexican Navy, the exercise involved Canadian Navy, the US Navy, and coastguard assets comprising of a maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) from air station Sacramento and coastguard cutter Narwhal, an 87ft-long patrol boat.
In addition, coastguard cutter rush (WHEC-723), coastguard cutter Narwhal, coastguard district 11, coastguard Pacific area as well as Mexican Navy's SEMAR region two participated in the drill.
The exercise also included Canadian Forces' Kingston-class coastal defence vessel HMCS Yellowknife and HMCS Edmonton.
A component of a multi-year training and exercise plan, the NAMSI drill provides an opportunity for participants to test skills in interactive and hands-on, real world tactical procedures.


http://www.naval-technology.com/news/newsmexican-navy-participates-namsi


Efectivamente mi estimado Roger...Pese a lo que pueden pensar algunos existen diferentes niveles dentro de la zona de influencia de SEMAR.

Brown water= Enfocado en operaciones en la COSTA (como hace mención este articulo) y para lo cual se debe estar preparado sobre todo a partir de 2015 con el incremento exponencial de operaciones petroleras en Golfo de México.

Green water = Enfoque hasta las 25km mar adentro de soberanía (actividades pesca furtiva, narcotráfico, etc)

Blue water= Fuera de esta frontera marítima, para la cual SEMAR también está trabajando y preparándose a nivel de América del Norte.

Saludos,

p.d. IGNORANCIA unida con mala leche...Da resultados vistos...jejejeje
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MBB DIXIT:
p.d. IGNORANCIA unida con mala leche...Da resultados vistos...jejejeje


SI LO MALO DE LOS BARCOS....SON LOS MISMOS de los MISMOS....JEJEJEJEJEJJEJEJE...HAHAHAHAHAHHAHA

LA MALA LECHE CON LA SAPIENTE...SE COMPONE...... What a Face


Saludos.

Nueva Posdata: NO SOY SAPIENTE, Y NADIE PERO NADIE NACE ...SABIENDO TEMAS DE LA SEMAR....sólo los miembros del Almirantango.....ja


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SI NO LE PARECE....PUES ASI SE QUEDA.....hahahahahhahahahahahaha  x_x

Saludos.
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LO bueno QUE AQUI TENEMOS AL AMIRANTAZGO DE LA SEMAR...que rectifica, mortifica y compone...las opiniones.....de los demás.....jajajajajajaj...ahahahahaha


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MBB escribió:
Rogersukoi27 escribió:De acuerdo a convenios firmados previamente, la Armada de Mexico, realizó ejercicios en las costas de Ensenada,B.C., con la participación de 2 buques de la Guardia costera de E.U. asi como un buque de la Armada Canadiense Guardacosta Clase Kingston  llamados HMCS Yellowknife and HMCS Edmonton,
 Con la participación de la 2 zona naval de la Semar,  los ejercicios cubrieron entre otros:


Seguridad de las Costas
 Seguridad ante buques y naves sospechosas, haciendo así la coparticipacion
de las 3 Armadas mejor coordinadas para estos retos.
 De los buques de la Armada, pareciera que será otro secreto que las autoridades mantendrán
sin revelar dicho evento.  



Mexican Navy participates in NAMSI exercise
15 October 2013







The Mexican Navy has participated in a North American Maritime Security Initiative (NAMSI) exercise, held off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, to boost partnership.
The NAMSI pacific exercise has been designed to offer a training environment exercise emergency response plans, policies and procedures to support maritime homeland security / maritime homeland defence (MHS / MHD) missions.
In addition to testing and improving capabilities to quickly interdict threats far from US shores, the exercise demonstrated the hand-off process of suspected vessels and persons of interest in collaboration with foreign navies.
US Coastguard cutter rush commanding officer captain Diane Durham said the crew strengthened their homeland security skills with the assistance of the Mexican and Canadian maritime forces.
Rush Petty Officer 2nd Class Tyson Ligsay said: "It was a great opportunity to work with the Mexican Navy to strengthen our partnerships and to hopefully one day work on multilateral agreements to help combat the narcotics trafficking."
"The crew strengthened their homeland security skills with the assistance of the Mexican and Canadian maritime forces."
Apart from Mexican Navy, the exercise involved Canadian Navy, the US Navy, and coastguard assets comprising of a maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) from air station Sacramento and coastguard cutter Narwhal, an 87ft-long patrol boat.
In addition, coastguard cutter rush (WHEC-723), coastguard cutter Narwhal, coastguard district 11, coastguard Pacific area as well as Mexican Navy's SEMAR region two participated in the drill.
The exercise also included Canadian Forces' Kingston-class coastal defence vessel HMCS Yellowknife and HMCS Edmonton.
A component of a multi-year training and exercise plan, the NAMSI drill provides an opportunity for participants to test skills in interactive and hands-on, real world tactical procedures.


http://www.naval-technology.com/news/newsmexican-navy-participates-namsi


Efectivamente mi estimado Roger...Pese a lo que pueden pensar algunos existen diferentes niveles dentro de la zona de influencia de SEMAR.

Brown water= Enfocado en operaciones en la COSTA (como hace mención este articulo) y para lo cual se debe estar preparado sobre todo a partir de 2015 con el incremento exponencial de operaciones petroleras en Golfo de México.

Green water = Enfoque hasta las 25km mar adentro de soberanía (actividades pesca furtiva, narcotráfico, etc)

Blue water= Fuera de esta frontera marítima, para la cual SEMAR también está trabajando y preparándose a nivel de América del Norte.

Saludos,

p.d. IGNORANCIA unida con mala leche...Da resultados vistos...jejejeje

Dentro de lo restringido que tienen a los voceros de la Semar, llegamos a enterarnos de sus maniobras y participación en foros, ejercicios y maniobras por fuentes del exterior, no. Se tiene info o circulares oficiales que describan sus faenas a realizar. Tanto sigilo pareciera "cuello al que hable", ya ni para que decir de fotos ¡

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