NAVTEX has been issued for the firing exercise to be held between April 10 and April 18, 2021.
The Turkish Naval Forces promulgate NAVTEX (Announcement to the Marines) for the firing exercise to be held between April 10 and April 18, 2021. The announcement made for the firing exercise to be held in the Black Sea within the scope of NAVTEX was announced by the Turkish Naval Forces Office of Navigation, Hydrography and Oceanography Department.
In the announcement made by the Turkish Naval Forces Office of Navigation, Hydrography and Oceanography Department;
1. FIRING EXERCISE, FROM 102101Z APR 21 TO 182330Z APR 21 IN AREA BOUNDED BY;
41 40.00 N – 034 57.00 E
41 40.00 N – 036 50.00 E
42 55.00 N – 036 50.00 E
42 55.08 N – 034 55.09 E
2. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE 190030Z APR 21.
his statements were included.
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Conducts Passing Exercise with Turkish Navy
The Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group conducted a passing and communication exercise with the Turkish Navy in the Mediterranean Sea, March 16-17, 2021. The Turkish Armed Forces conducted joint training in the Eastern Mediterranean with US naval elements. In his post on the Twitter account of the Ministry of National Defense,
“We continue our joint training and close cooperation with our allies in the Eastern Mediterranean. The frigate TCG GEMLİK has been conducting multiple passing exercises in the Eastern Mediterranean together with the USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER Aircraft Carrier Strike Group.”
made statements. The transition exercise with the Turkish Navy’s Gabya-class TCG Gemlik (F-492) frigate was based on partnership capabilities using NATO operational and tactical procedures.
“It is a pleasure working with our Turkish Allies and continuing to build upon a 70-year foundation of shared values and experiences. Conducting operations with Turkish Naval forces demonstrates America’s commitment to our like-minded allies and supports the notion that we are far stronger and more capable to uphold free and open conditions at sea when we stand together.” said Rear Adm. Scott Robertson, Commander, Carrier Strike Group TWO.