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[ISAF] Operation Allied Seas

Dutchy

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Operation Allied Seas
Classified & Encrypted




Date
December 2012 - Present
Location
Mediterranean Sea
Result
-


Deployment
- Zr.Ms. Sint Maarten (Sejong the Great-class Destroyer)
Full Complement (Crew, Supplies, Fuel & Ammunition)
309 Squadron - Royal Netherlands Air Force
[2] Sikorsky SH-60 Sea Hawk​
- Zr.Ms. Aruba (Sejong the Great-class Destroyer)
Full Complement (Crew, Supplies, Fuel & Ammunition)
309 Squadron - Royal Netherlands Air Force
[2] Sikorsky SH-60 Sea Hawk​


Operating Bases

[Name]

[Location]

[Role]

Marinebasis Den Helder

Den Helder, Netherlands

Home Port

HM Dockyard Gibraltar

Gibraltar, United Kingdom

Main Operating Base



Operations

[Operation]

[Location]

[Objectives]

[Status]

Operation Guardian I

Mediterranean Sea

Protection of ISAF Merchant Navy Vessels

Active

 
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With the return of normal weather to the European continent, Naval Command would officially proceed with ISAF Operation Allied Seas. Mission orders would be sent to the commanding officers of the Zr.Ms Sint Maarten and the Zr.Ms Aruba. The crews of both vessels would be ordered to return to their stations and proceed reading the ships for departure. Once both ships were ready to proceed they would safely leave the harbour, all stations on the ship, specifically the CIC, would be continuously manned, with radar and passive sonar being activated to watch over any threats. The vessels sailing at a distance of three nautical miles from each other heading towards Naval Base Gibraltar at a speed of 20 knots. Both vessels would be careful to remain in international waters until they reached Gibraltar, taking the route JC > IM > IN.
 
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