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MessageSujet: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mer 9 Mai 2012 - 14:33

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Moroccan naval forces participate in small-arms training aboard the Hellenic training ship Aris as part of a boarding team exercise during Phoenix Express 2012. PE12, a multi-national maritime exercise between Southern European, North African and U.S. Naval forces, is designed to improve cooperation among participating nations and help increase safety and security in the Mediterranean Sea.



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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mer 9 Mai 2012 - 14:36

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Phoenix Express 2012 Begins in Souda Bay

By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Caitlin Conroy, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet Public Affairs

SOUDA BAY, Crete (NNS) — Phoenix Express 2012 (PE12), a multi-national exercise between Southern European, North African and U.S. naval forces, officially kicked off at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operation Training Center (NMIOTC) in Souda Bay, May 7.

Phoenix Express is an at-sea maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation among participating nations to help increase maritime safety and security in the Mediterranean Sea.

“This is the seventh year for Phoenix Express, and it is one of four African regional ´Express´ series exercises that are designed to test skills obtained from participating in bilateral and Africa Partnership Station (APS) training in a regional maritime exercise,” said Lt. Chase Ackerman, PE12 exercise planner. “One of the goals of PE12 is to build communication between North African and European partners so that there is a stronger united force in the Mediterranean Sea. At the same time, the training provided will help enhance maritime security.”

Exercise events during PE12 will be held in-port at the NMITOC and aboard the Hellenic navy training ship Aris, while the at-sea training will be conducted aboard various ships. During the in-port portion of training the focus will be on medical and maritime interdiction operations (MIO) training at NMIOTC, while combined maritime forces located pier-side will conduct workshops in helicopter operations and safety, damage control and firefighting, deck seamanship, navigation, search and rescue (SAR), small boat operations and a leadership course. After in-port training is complete, the at-sea portion of PE12 will commence in the Mediterranean Sea.

At sea, ships and their Sailors will focus on maritime domain awareness (MDA) using the Automatic Identification System (AIS), and include interaction between forces afloat and the combined maritime operations center (CMOC) ashore. Combined maritime forces will also execute a series of scenarios exercising force protection measures, MIO – to include visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) and helicopter VBSS (HVBSS) – SAR, replenishment at sea and helicopter operations.

“Our purpose in the NMIOTC, besides hosting the exercise, is to provide all the necessary training, and with U.S. assistance, we can help make the command boarding teams better for their maritime interdiction operations,” said Hellenic air force Lt. Col. Lampinos Lamprinakis, deputy education training director for the NMIOTC. “I believe we have had a smooth start to everything and I see that everyone is ready and willing to work together.”

Participating and observing countries in PE12 include Algeria, Canada, Croatia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Libya, Malta, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey and the United States.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mer 9 Mai 2012 - 15:59



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Chief Master-at-Arms Ruben Villanueva (right) instructs combined maritime naval forces during a class on visit, board, search and seizure as Phoenix Express 2012 gets underway

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mer 9 Mai 2012 - 20:40

Fremo :en voyant les fotos de FS de la MRM,on voit bien qu'ils corriger tous de la tenue a la presentation et l'entrainement.Bravo MRM cela se demarre a merveille.Il faut un pad in the back a l'amiral de la MRM et aussi je suis sure que moulay Rachid a mis le feu derriere les fesses de nos officier superieiur de la MRM.Encore bravo et cela nous rend fier de voir nos forces MRM se developer si vite.Maintenant il faut mettre le feu derriere les fesses des generaux de l'armee de terre,et au suivant.
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MessageSujet: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mer 9 Mai 2012 - 20:49

En Effet, ils ont bonne allure cette fois et bien disciplines..c'est mon impression ou ils ont de nouveaux gilets ?

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mer 9 Mai 2012 - 21:28

La MRM est un acteur très important aux activités du PE ... et si vous consultez les topics des anciens éditions, jamais la prestation de nos élements n'a été en dessous du niveau, Mais n réalité, ils laissent toujours une très bonne impression chez les forces des pays amis avec lesquels on travaille durant cet exo.

http://far-maroc.forumpro.fr/t3045-phoenix-express-2011

http://far-maroc.forumpro.fr/t2617p15-exercise-phoenix-express-2010

D'ailleurs je viens de voir ca

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Non ce ne sont pas des nouveaux équipements ...

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mer 9 Mai 2012 - 23:24

tres belle photos liebe merci
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Jeu 10 Mai 2012 - 19:30

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Members of a Moroccan boarding team attached to Moroccan ship Mohammed V participate in small-arms training aboard the training ship Aris at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center during Phoenix Express 2012. PE12, a multi-national maritime exercise between Southern European, North African and U.S. Naval forces, is designed to improve cooperation among participating nations and help increase safety and security in the Mediterranean Sea.


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Ven 11 Mai 2012 - 19:16

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Phoenix Express 2012 conducts MIO training


By Petty Officer 3rd Class Caitlin Conroy
U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet Public Affairs

SOUDA BAY, Crete – Maritime forces participated in a multinational maritime interdiction operation training exercise at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operation Center in Souda Bay, Greece, as part of exercise Phoenix Express 2012, May 10.

Service members from Moroccan naval vessel Mohamed V and guided-missile frigate USS Simpson received training from Hellenic and U.S. Navy instructors who focused on boarding procedures.

Chief Petty Officer Ruben Villanueva stressed the importance of maintaining control of crew and suspects when conducting MIO procedures, as well as knowing how to work alongside partnering nations.

“It’s important for everyone here to train together and learn to cooperate with one another, because you never know who is assisting you out at sea while performing MIO operations,” said Villanueva, assigned to NCIS Security Training Assistance Team.

Course participants were broken up into teams to practice tactics and techniques they learned including how to handle personnel with weapons. For many participants, this was the first time that they had been given this type of training.

This was my first time on a MIO boarding team, as well as my first time participating in Phoenix Express,” said Moroccan navy Petty Officer Mohamed Lantamri. “I am really enjoying what I’m learning. The training is very structured and I feel I am learning a lot from the other country’s [participants] as well as the instructors.”

This training evolution is one of many to take place during PE12, which also includes boarding procedures, container inspections, and intelligence and evidence collection.

PE12, a multi-national maritime exercise between Southern European, North African and U.S. Naval forces, is designed to improve cooperation among participating nations and help increase safety and security in the Mediterranean Sea.

Participants and observers in PE12 include Algeria, Croatia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Libya, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey and United States.









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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mar 15 Mai 2012 - 20:15

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Phoenix Express 2012 Continues Multinational Training

SOUDA BAY, Crete (NNS) -- Sailors assigned to guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56) participated in a multinational training exercise aboard the Hellenic navy training ship Aris at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operations Training Center (NMIOTC) in support of exercise Phoenix Express 2012 (PE12) in Souda Bay, Crete, May 12.

The training included boarding procedures, proper weapons handling, and engaging compliant and non-compliant ships. It also gave the multinational service members the opportunity to train with other countries and learn to work together.

Working together in an environment where security forces come from many different nations and backgrounds means the instructors had to make sure the participants were at the same capability level in order to properly function as a team during the training.

"This training is important because these are the basics," said Senior Chief Fire Controlman Allen Bylls, a Simpson boarding team member. "You want to do this in a controlled training environment so you can get the fundamentals down before you go out into a real world situation."

The combined training also helps service members identify and overcome potential obstacles that could get in the way of the team's performance.

"One of the biggest obstacles we encountered was the language barrier," said U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Brenton Paulk, a staff instructor from Rota, Spain. "It's something we are learning to overcome during our training and I think learning how to interact with other nations will be helpful during real-world maritime interdiction operation."

PE12, a multinational maritime exercise between Southern European, North African and U.S. Naval forces, is designed to improve cooperation among participating nations and help increase safety and security in the Mediterranean Sea.

Participants and observers in PE12 include Algeria, Croatia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Libya, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey and United States.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Jeu 17 Mai 2012 - 19:34



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SOUDA BAY, Crete (May 16, 2012) - U.S. Marine Corps Lance Corporal Jose Carlos Guerroro and Lance Corporal David Randall, from the 1st Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, demonstrate fast-rope techniques to Moroccan sailors at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center during exercise Phoenix Express 2012 (PE12).



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SOUDA BAY, Crete (May 16, 2012) – Moroccan Seaman Elmire Hafib practices fast rope insertion under the supervision of U.S. Marine Corps Private 1st Class Joshua Aiken, from the 1st Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center during Phoenix Express 2012 (PE12).

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SOUDA BAY, Crete (May 16, 2012) - The guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56), Turkish ship TGC Gelibolu (F 493), Algerian ship Mourad Rais (F 901), and Moroccan ship Mohammed V (F 611) are moored at Souda Bay, Crete, during exercise Phoenix Express 2012 (PE12).

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Jeu 17 Mai 2012 - 19:55

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Jeu 17 Mai 2012 - 20:02

ce sont des trés belles photos merci pour le partage
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Jeu 17 Mai 2012 - 22:57

bravo comme ca

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Ven 18 Mai 2012 - 1:49

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Phoenix Express 2012 Pre-Sail Conference Marks Start to Underway Exercise
By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Caitlin Conroy, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet Public Affairs

SOUDA BAY, Crete (NNS) -- Service members from European, North African and U.S. Naval forces participated in a pre-sail conference kickoff for Exercise Phoenix Express 2012 (PE12) at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center (NMIOTC) in Souda Bay May 16.

Leadership from U.S. 6th Fleet, the NMIOTC and the participating ships took part in the event, during which they discussed the at-sea training portion of the exercise.

"Maritime interdiction operations is a mission that I do not see diminishing in importance," said Capt. Bradley Martin, commodore, U.S. 6th Fleet's Task Force 68. "I'm very glad that we have an exercise like this that does such a great job of training different navies to carry out the mission."

The at-sea portion of PE12 focuses on improving maritime domain awareness and interaction between forces afloat and the combined maritime operations center ashore. Combined maritime forces will execute a series of training scenarios exercising force protection measures, boarding procedures, search and rescue, replenishment at sea, and helicopter operations.

"Phoenix Express is a great opportunity for many different nations to work together," said Hellenic navy Commodore Adrianos Poulos, commodore of the NMIOTC. "We develop common tactics in maritime interdiction operations and create new friendships among the participating crews."

PE12, a multinational maritime exercise between Southern European, North African and U.S. Naval forces, is designed to improve cooperation among participating nations and help increase safety and security in the Mediterranean Sea.

Participating countries in PE12 include Algeria, Croatia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Libya, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey and the United States.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Dim 20 Mai 2012 - 9:00


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mar 22 Mai 2012 - 0:41

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Mass Casualty Drill Brings Phoenix Express 2 Shore Training to a Close

By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Caitlin Conroy, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet Public Affairs

SOUDA BAY, Crete (NNS) -- Service members from Algeria, Greece, Morocco, Turkey and the U.S. teamed up aboard guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56) to conduct a mass casualty drill in support of Exercise Phoenix Express 2012 (PE12) in Souda Bay, Crete, May 18.

The exercise gave participants the opportunity to demonstrate medical techniques they learned during earlier PE12 training. Participants were required to treat simulated injuries under the supervision of senior medical officers from each country.

"This kind of drill allows the participants the opportunity to put into practice skills learned during the classroom phase of training, including patient triage which means sorting casualties into groups based on their immediate medical needs," said Cmdr. John Quigley, PE12 senior medical officer. "This training provides valuable skills that can be used during an immediate life-threatening situation."

During the drill, multinational medical officers observed and graded participating service members in a variety of areas including procedure and techniques.
"My job was to make sure the right procedures were followed and that everyone was getting the right prognosis," said Algerian navy Capt. Larbi Boudjada, a drill observer.

Maritime partners who participated in the drill felt that the entire experience was a valuable learning opportunity that will be beneficial during future operations.

"We're in this together and each country helps toward a common goal," said Army Staff Sgt. Catie Cejka, a Reservist with the 396th Combat Support Hospital. "It's good to know the countries involved have the critical training to keep people alive if the need arises."

The mass casualty drill marked the end of PE12's land training, as participating ships prepare to get underway to begin the next phase.

PE12, a multinational maritime exercise between Southern European, North African and U.S. naval forces, is designed to improve cooperation among participating nations and help increase safety and security in the Mediterranean Sea.

Participating countries in PE12 include Algeria, Croatia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Libya, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey and the United States.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mar 22 Mai 2012 - 20:59

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Mer 30 Mai 2012 - 17:07

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MEDITERRANEAN SEA (May 23, 2012) - A boarding team member fast ropes from a Royal Moroccan navy Eurocopter AS565 MA Panther helicopter onto the deck of USNS LCPL Roy M. Wheat (T-AK-3016) during Exercise Phoenix Express 12 (PE12).


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SOUDA BAY, Crete (May 18, 2012) A boarding team member fast ropes out of a Royal Moroccan Navy Eurocopter AS565 MA Panther helicopter onto the Hellenic Navy training ship Aris at the NATO Maritime Interoperability Training Center during Phoenix Express 12 (PE12).


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MEDITERRANEAN SEA (May 25, 2012) - Boarding team members from the Royal Moroccan navy ship Mohammed V (F 611) and Mat Lewis, a Secure West employee, conduct an exercise aboard USNS LCPL Roy M. Wheat (T-AK-3016) during Exercise Phoenix Express 12 (PE12).


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A mass casualty drill held aboard the guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56) during Phoenix Express 2012 (PE12).


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Ven 15 Juin 2012 - 20:41



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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express - 2012   Jeu 27 Sep 2012 - 10:11

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Les Marines des FAST n'éxecutent aucune opération en Espagne, bien que tous les deux ans effectuent des manœuvres avec plusieurs armées européennes et africaines. Dans les dernières ont participé des troupes marocaines.Pendant les exercices Lisa Bleu et Phoenix Express ils ont eu des essais en comun avec des unitées espagnoles
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Los marines de la FAST no desarrollan ninguna operación en España, aunque todos los años llevan a cabo maniobras con varios ejércitos europeos y africanos. En las más recientes participaron efectivos de Marruecos.En los ejercicios Lisa Azul y Phoenix Express han compartido ensayos con unidades españolas.
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The Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team (FAST) is capable of rapidly deploying to immediately improve security at United States Government installations worldwide. FAST Marines are deployed at the discretion of the Chief of Naval Operations and the Commandant of the Marine Corps when the primary and auxiliary security forces of the Marines are unable to adequately respond to a security crisis. FAST goes through the Close Quarters Battle School in a specialized course known as Advanced Urban Combat. Once completed, they are given the MOS of 8154.

Established in 1987, FAST companies provide a limited-duration, expeditionary security force to protect vital naval and national assets. FAST maintains forward-deployed platoons at various naval commands around the globe, and possesses U.S.-based alert forces capable of rapidly responding to unforeseen contingencies worldwide. Each FAST company is equipped and trains with some of the most state-of-the-art weaponry and currently consists of around 500 Marines.

FAST maintains a high degree of readiness in order to conduct these short-notice, limited-duration contingency operations, as seen in the port security mission following the attacks on the USS Cole (DDG-67) in October 2000 and the American Embassy reinforcements in Liberia and Haiti. FAST participated in several embassy reinforcements during the Arab Spring, from Cairo, Egypt to Sana'a, Yemen. FAST Marines provided additional security to allow the embassies to continue normal operation.
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