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MessageSujet: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Jeu 5 Nov 2009 - 3:51

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NAPLES, Italy - Moroccan Navy Mostapha El Alami, chief of division naval intelligence, security and defense (left), reviews the minutes from Moroccan and U. S. Naval staff talks alongside Captain Mike Fierro, deputy director of policy, resources, and strategy (right), at the headquarters of Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/Commander, U. S. Sixth Fleet in Capodichino, Italy, October 21, 2009. The talks reviewed plans and commitments made by both the Moroccan and U.S. Navies for the next year. The Moroccan Navy has become a growing and important partner with the U.S. Navy in Europe and Africa and has been a major participant in the U.S. Navy-led multi-country exercise Phoenix Express, as well as a recent joint maritime law enforcement operation held in July. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Gary Keen)

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Jeu 29 Avr 2010 - 3:25

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FASTEUR Marines, Moroccans Conduct HRST, CQB Training

4/28/2010 By : Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW) Paul Cage, NAVSTA Rota Public Affairs Office , Marine Forces Europe

A Maritime Interdiction Operations team from Morocco, along with U.S. Marines from Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team Company, Europe and Spanish Marines conducted Helicopter Rope Suspension Training from a Spanish navy helicopter in preparation for Exercise Phoenix Express 2010 at Naval Station Rota, Spain April 27.

Following the HRST, the Moroccans and U.S. Marines continued on with Close Quarters Battle training.

Phoenix Express is a multinational annual exercise that includes more than a dozen European and African nations and is designed to strengthen maritime partnerships among participating nations.

The goals of the exercise are to increase participating countries’ knowledge base and experience level with FAST unit core capabilities, and highlight common safety and security concerns in the maritime environment, such as illegal immigration, criminal activity, narcotics trafficking, and weapons trafficking.

"Multilateral Exercises like Phoenix Express are an important part of the Naval Forces Africa Maritime Supporting Plans and the International Military Partnering Lines of Operations" said Capt. Martin Beck, Commander, Naval Expeditionary Task Force Europe and Africa, Commander Task Force 68 (CTF 68/368). "The FAST Marines working with our Spanish host to help train and prepare our North African partners for maritime security operations are key in our combined readiness to address the security challenges we face at sea."

Moroccan MIO Teams are training primarily on tactics, techniques and procedures associated with Maritime Interdiction Operations. Rappelling is an insertion method used by armed forces to place troops in areas where a safe landing zone is not present, the terrain makes vehicle passage difficult or there is a need for speed and simplicity.

“Rappelling is always fun,” said Lance Cpl. Greg Tackett. “There was a little bit of competition between us and the Spanish Marines. They are good, but my team had one of the fastest times coming down.”

Following the HRST, the training moved into basic CQB where Marines showed the Moroccans how to enter a house and clear it out with minimal risk. Tackett and the other instructors first showed the Moroccans how to properly clear the room with a four-man team, step by step, then at actual speed.

“We have been able to look at the small things as we go through this,” said Tackett. “It helps the team to prepare for any mission we might have in the future.”

The Marines let the Moroccans go through at a crawl, then a walk, then run. This allowed U.S. Marines to correct any deficiencies on the spot.

“They are pretty good,” said Tackett who was one of the lead instructors. “Training like this is important because Morocco is our partner (ally is not correct – think we can change to ‘partner’ and he won’t care? If not take out “because Morocco is our ally”). They need to be up to par on how we do things. But it is also a good chance for us to learn how to be better instructors, not just for our Marines, but for other countries.”

Training and combat facilities at NAVSTA Rota enable training exercises, such as Phoenix Express, to promote all countries' maritime strategies, said Capt. Bill Mosk, NAVSTA commanding officer.

"Rota plays a crucial role in supporting our nation's Maritime Strategy by providing the facilities and opportunities for evolutions such as this," said Mosk. "We want to ensure we are providing exceptional support to our warfighters."

FAST Company Europe is a tenant command of Commander, Naval Expeditionary Task Force Europe and Africa (CTF 68/368). The task force is responsible for exercising tactical control and functional component command over assigned forces for the direction, control and approval of movements, maneuvers and operations necessary to accomplish Commander, 6th Fleet assigned missions and tasks.

Naval Station Rota, Spain is strategically located near the Strait of Gibraltar and at the halfway point between the United States and Southwest Asia. Because of this ideal location, the base is able to provide invaluable support to both U.S. Sixth Fleet units in the Mediterranean and to U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command units transiting into or through the theater.
The base and its tenant commands are located within the boundaries of the 6,100 acre Spanish 'Base Naval de Rota.' Under the guidance of the Agreement for Defense Cooperation, the U.S. and Spanish navies work together and share many facilities. The U.S. Navy has the responsibility for maintaining the station's infrastructure, including a 670-acre airfield, three active piers, 426 facilities and 801 family housing units.
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ROTA, Spain (April 27, 2010) -Marine Staff Sgt. Corey Foster, assigned to Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team (FAST), Company Europe at Naval Station Rota signals for the next team of Marines to board a Spanish navy Augusta Bell 212 Helicopter to conduct Helicopter Rope Suspension Technique training during training in preparation for Exercise Phoenix Express 2010, April 27. The goals of the exercise are to increase participating countries knowledge base and experience level with FAST unit core capabilities and highlight common safety and security concerns in the maritime environment such as illegal immigration, criminal activity, narcotics trafficking, and weapons trafficking. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Paul Cage/Released), Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW) Paul Cage, 4/27/2010 10:12 AM







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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Jeu 29 Avr 2010 - 6:15

gilet d'assault et m 16 A2/3 AVEC RAIL POUR ARMPOINT ça fait plaisir tout ça !!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Jeu 29 Avr 2010 - 13:06

En esperant que ce soit nos M16 et pas ceux des américains autour...
Sinon le camo, le gilet et l'arme ça donne, même si je trouve que l'on pourrait passer au camouflage digital!
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Jeu 29 Avr 2010 - 15:53

SrourKhamna a écrit:
En esperant que ce soit nos M16 et pas ceux des américains autour...
Sinon le camo, le gilet et l'arme ça donne, même si je trouve que l'on pourrait passer au camouflage digital!

c est les notres

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Jeu 29 Avr 2010 - 16:45

Merci Rmaf et Yakuza

Ont voit bien le devellopement de nos Commando (PS: ce treillis est tres classe pas la peine de prendre du digital )

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Jeu 29 Avr 2010 - 19:49

rmaf a écrit:
SrourKhamna a écrit:
En esperant que ce soit nos M16 et pas ceux des américains autour...
Sinon le camo, le gilet et l'arme ça donne, même si je trouve que l'on pourrait passer au camouflage digital!

c est les notres

Cool, le camo digital c'est pour ceux qui ont la classe !
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Dim 2 Mai 2010 - 15:53

Les unités d'assaut dispose de fusils d'assaut plus court que ces M16 généralement
La longueur du M16 dans les situations ou ces hommes sont susceptible d'intervenir gène, et met en péril la sécurité dans des espaces clos par exemple.
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Dim 2 Mai 2010 - 16:15

je te donne raison,ca a besoin de fusils courts ,le M16 fait la moitié d´un marocain,on patauge encore avec l´armement definitif..

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Dim 2 Mai 2010 - 16:46

Yakuza a écrit:
je te donne raison,ca a besoin de fusils courts ,le M16 fait la moitié d´un marocain,on patauge encore avec l´armement definitif..

EUH? , entrainement à ROTA...

je pense que ceux sont des "plastrons" us, prêtés par les us DE LA BASE DE ROTA

je vois mal les marocains débarquer en espagne avec armes et bagages

les forces d'interventions ont des HK MP5// M4 chez nous ajourd'hui.....
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Dim 2 Mai 2010 - 16:50

pourquoi ils donneraient pas des M4 comme ils utlisent alors atlas?
non je crois que ce sont bien les notres,on prend tjs notre armement avec,remember la photo des para 1BIP avec leurs armes a Gibraltar en debarquant du CN-235.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Dim 2 Mai 2010 - 16:58

je pense qu'ils veulent utiliser leurs nouvelles armes en exercice extérieurs, da'illeurs ca ressemble beaucoup au M-16 A4...
on a vu dans les exercices Chebecs, que les forces spéciales de la Marine sont équipé de MP5

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Dim 2 Mai 2010 - 18:16

Yakuza a écrit:
pourquoi ils donneraient pas des M4 comme ils utlisent alors atlas?
non je crois que ce sont bien les notres,on prend tjs notre armement avec,remember la photo des para 1BIP avec leurs armes a Gibraltar en debarquant du CN-235.

PARCEQUE le M4 n'est pas en dotation dans l'armée us, seulement dans certaines unités OPEX

QD à gibraltar..j'ai pas souvebnir d'avoir vu des fusils d'assaults des far ( les housses chachaient des truc de snipping lourd ou dans le genre)

PAR AILLEURS, oui_ ceeux sont des m 16 A4, le dernier né de la gamme...
ça tend à prouver qu'ils sont marocain
marché marine royle ( fusilliers marins )

ou marché far ???

une tres belle arme qui n'a pas les defauts de jeunesse du M16
ILS SONT FLAMBANT NEUFS..donc oui peut être MR
bref? JE SAIS PAS

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Mer 5 Mai 2010 - 2:05

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010
U.S. Africa Command conducting exercise with Morocco and Senegal

CAIRO — The U.S. military has been preparing for a major security exercise in North Africa.

U.S. Africa Command has completed arrangements for a maritime counter-insurgency exercise in the Mediterranean Sea in May 2010. The exercise, titled Phoenix Express-2010, would team U.S. personnel with Morocco and Senegal.

"Multilateral exercises like Phoenix Express are an important part of the U.S. Naval Forces Africa Maritime Supporting Plans and the International Military Partnering Lines of Operations," U.S. Navy Capt. Martin Beck, commander of Naval Expeditionary Task Force Europe and Africa, said.

Officials said Phoenix Express would focus on interdiction and counter-insurgency missions. Since April 19, they said, Morocco and Senegal have been training for the exercise with the U.S. Navy's Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team in Rota, Spain.

"The FAST Marines are working with our Spanish host to help train and prepare our North African partners for maritime security operations, which is key in our combined readiness to address the security challenges we face at sea," Beck said.

The United States has sought to enhance maritime security capabilities of its North African allies. Officials said Africom has been facilitating exercises and training to Morocco and other regional states, including the use of air operations to battle illegal immigration as well as narcotics and weapons trafficking.

During the current training course, scheduled to end on May 7, the U.S. Navy helped teams from Morocco and Senegal in live-fire, helicopter rope suspension techniques, close quarters battle, and marine martial arts. They said the U.S. Navy envisions participation by Morocco and other allies in joint maritime security patrols in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Ocean.

"We want to ensure we are providing exceptional support to our warfighters," U.S. Navy Capt. Bill Mosk, commander at the base in Rota, Spain, said
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Mar 18 Mai 2010 - 19:00


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SOUDA BAY, Greece - Chief Petty Officer Vassillis Kassas, NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center, helps Petty Officer 1st Class All Abaa, Moroccan Special Forces, during exercise Phoenix Express (PE-10). PE-10 is a two-week exercise designed to strengthen maritime partnerships and enhance stability in the region through increased interoperability and cooperation among partners from Africa, Europe, and United States.

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SOUDA BAY, Greece - Petty Officer 1st Class Nouamane Elamrani, Moroccan Special Forces, descends cargo containers as a part of the dry land practical exercise during exercise Phoenix Express (PE-10), May 17, 2010.

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SOUDA BAY, Greece - A Moroccan maritime interdiction operations team member listens to instructions on insertion utilizing climbing techniques onboard Greek training ship Aris from a Greek member of the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center during exercise Phoenix Express 10 (PE-10), May 17, 2010.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Jeu 20 Mai 2010 - 0:00

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Ships Arrive for Exercise Phoenix Express 2010

SOUDA BAY, Greece (NNS) -- USS Gunston Hall (LSD 44) arrived in Souda Bay, Greece, May 18 to participate in exercise Phoenix Express 2010 (PE-10).

Gunston Hall will be joined by the USS John L. Hall (FFG 32), military sealift command ships USNS LCPL Roy M. Wheat (T-AK3 016) and USNS Laramie (T-AO 203), as well as several ships from 20 nations.

Maritime and land forces are participating in a large international military partnering exercise in the Mediterranean Sea May 10 – June 2. PE-10 aims to improve maritime safety and security in the Mediterranean Sea through increased interoperability and cooperation among partners from Africa, Europe and the United States.

One of the goals of this exercise is enabling participants to advance information sharing, which is crucial to maintaining a region free from transnational threats and enhanced capability to conduct multinational peacekeeping missions.

The exercise will start with a pre-sail conference and initial in port training; all participating countries are expected to arrive by May 19. Involved ships and personnel will then depart later in the month in order to conduct the at sea portion of PE-10. PE-10 will official end with a post-exercise conference to be held in Taranto, Italy.

This comprehensive training agenda provides all participating maritime forces with numerous opportunities to demonstrate the ability to operate together and develop productive relationships through diverse and challenging operational scenarios.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Ven 21 Mai 2010 - 1:24

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Phoenix Express 2010 Prepares to get Underway

SOUDA BAY, Greece—Rear Adm. Gerard Hueber, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa, Director for Policy, Resources and Strategy and Commodore Marten Beck, Commander, Naval Expeditionary Task Force Europe, Commander, Task Force 68, were both on hand to speak at the pre-sail kickoff conference for exercise Phoenix Express 2010 (PE10) during a training conference at here, May 19.

The goals of the exercise are to increase participant’s knowledge and experience with fleet anti-terrorism security and various other security concerns.

“This is a great training opportunity with our African and European partners,” said Hueber. “There is a tremendous opportunity for us to improve our capabilities, our interoperability and our overall operations for the security of traffic at sea.”

Maritime and land forces are participating in a large international military partnering exercise this year in the Mediterranean Sea, May 10 through June 2. PE10 aims to improve maritime safety and security in the Mediterranean Sea through increased interoperability and cooperation among regional partners from Africa, Europe and the United States.

“This is a tremendous opportunity for all of us to be to here, over the last five years we have gone from six nations to 17 nations,” said Beck. “This is a huge demonstration of our commitment to maritime security,” This comprehensive training agenda provides all participating maritime forces with numerous opportunities to demonstrate the ability to operate together and develop productive relationships through diverse and challenging operational scenarios.

Lt. Cmdr. George Philopoulos, operations officer, Naval Support Activity (NSA) Souda Bay said NSA Souda Bay was designed to handle an exercise of this magnitude, and that they are glad to be hosting this exercise with their Greek partners, helping to improve security at sea.

PE10 is a two-week exercise designed to strengthen maritime partnerships and enhance stability in the region through increased interoperability and cooperation among partners from Africa, Europe, and United States.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Sam 22 Mai 2010 - 3:48

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Sam 22 Mai 2010 - 4:09

Les marocains


Les algeriens




Les tunisiens




Les espagnols


Les italiens


Les senegalais

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercise Phoenix Express 2010   Sam 22 Mai 2010 - 20:22

Les Italiens e espagnols ont des vraies armes, et nous du plastique ou rien on fait juste le geste de l'arme
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