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MessageSujet: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Ven 13 Déc 2013 - 10:19

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NAPLES, Italy - (Oct. 31, 2013) – Lt. Cmdr. Joao Galocha, of the Portuguese Navy, left, speaks with members of Royal Morocco Navy as part of a planning event to shape Saharan Express 2014. Saharan Express is an international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve maritime safety and security in West Africa.

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NAPLES, Italy - (Oct. 31, 2013) – Chief Hospital Corpsman Kevin Carpenter, assigned to Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet, discusses medical objectives to planners of Saharan Express 2014 as part of a planning event to shape the exercise. Saharan Express is an international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve maritime safety and security in West Africa.



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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Jeu 6 Mar 2014 - 20:54

US Navy a écrit:
Exercise Saharan Express 2014 Commences

DAKAR, Senegal (NNS) -- Naval forces from the United States, along with African and European maritime partners, commenced the fourth annual multinational exercise Saharan Express 2014, March 6.

Exercise Saharan Express 2014, being held in waters off West Africa, is an at-sea maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, tactical expertise and information sharing practices among participating nations in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region.
The week-long exercise will take place in two areas near the coasts of Cabo Verde and Senegal. There will be an in port preparatory phase and then the 11 participating ships will go to sea to test maritime security skills.

"Over the course of the next two weeks, we will work on interoperability, communications, coordination and familiarization. More than that, though, we will work to come together more closely as a team linked by the common purpose of ensuring regional maritime security," said Capt. John Tokarewich, Saharan Express 2014 exercise director, in remarks during an opening ceremony in Dakar. "Through cooperation on events like Saharan Express, we are able to provide a more robust and unified team to ensure regional maritime security."

While the Senegalese hosted the opening ceremony and is providing the port facilities for a majority of the ships, senior leaders and participants recognize this is a truly international collaborative event.

"Together, we will build brotherhood, friendship, and the essential confidence to counter the challenges that we collectively face," said Rear Adm. Cheikh Bara Cissokho, Senegalese chief of navy staff. "Over the course of these seven days of intense activities, I am convinced that we will achieve the assigned objectives of reinforcing our command and control systems, perfecting the techniques of our boarding teams, practicing interoperability of capacities and common procedures."

Saharan Express aims to test a wide variety of skill sets such as visit, board, search and seizure, medical response, radio communication, and information sharing across regional maritime operations centers (MOCs). Participants will execute tactics and techniques within scenarios that mirror real world counter-piracy and counter-illicit trafficking operations as well as actions taken to deter illegal fishing.

Exercise Saharan Express is one of four Africa-focused regional "Express" series exercises facilitated by U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet.

The exercise serves to demonstrate and test skills that are developed as part of Africa Partnership Station and ongoing efforts to increase maritime domain awareness. Started in 2007, Africa Partnership Station is an international security cooperation initiative, facilitated by U.S. Naval Forces Africa, aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa.

African partners expressed the importance of this type of collaboration through the Express series exercises and ongoing APS activities.

"The techniques, tactics and procedures that will be practiced during this exercise, as well as the substantial efforts of our partners, actively contribute to addressing illicit trafficking and illegal fishing," Cissokho said. "It will also permit dismantling the arms trafficking networks that contribute to terror groups, those in armed conflict, and illegal activities in the region."

Cooperation is key to success, echoed Tokarewich.

"Already, we are seeing the benefits of regional collaboration. More cooperation among the partners can only help with addressing the problems of maritime security, such as stopping illegal fishing and illicit trade, while promoting a more stable economic environment," said Tokarewich.

Participants in Saharan Express 2014 include Morocco, Mauritania, Cape Verde, Senegal, Liberia, France, Portugal, Spain, The Netherlands United Kingdom and the United States.
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"Saharan Express", une activité phare pour les marins de la sous-région, selon l'amiral Cissokho

Dakar, 6 mars (APS) - L'exercice naval multinational "Saharan Express" est devenu une activité phare dans l'entrainement des marins et des garde-côtes de la sous-région, dans le cadre de la coopération militaire entre le Sénégal et les Etats Unis d'Amérique, a soutenu, jeudi à Dakar, l'amiral Cheikh Bara Cissokho, chef d'état-major de la marine nationale.

"C'est une activité phare des marins et des garde-côtes de la sous-région. C'est important pour leur entrainement'', a-t-il dit lors de la cérémonie officielle de lancement de l'édition 2014 de cet exercice Prévu du 6 au 14 mars prochains.

"C'est une coopération exemplaire. Ce sera sept jours d'intenses activités pour le renforcement de nos systèmes de commandement et d'interopérabilité des forces engagées dans le cadre de cet exercice", a ajouté l'amiral Cheikh Bara Cissokho.

L'édition 2014 va regrouper environ 1500 hommes venant de onze pays, le Sénégal et les Etats-Unis compris. Les autres pays sont les suivants : Cap-Vert, Espagne, France, Libéria, Maroc, Mauritanie, Pays-Bas, Portugal, Royaume-Uni.

"La marine nationale sénégalaise est déterminée à jouer sa partition car l'Afrique de l'Ouest un hub de transport de la drogue en provenance de l'Amérique Latine et en destination de l'Europe", a-t-il notamment indiqué.

Les pays attendus à cet exercice vont "faire des opérations au large des côtes sénégalaises autour de onze navires pour venir à bout de la pêche illicite non réglementée, du trafic de drogue et d'armes, de la pollution marine, du terrorisme", entre autres, a expliqué le directeur de l'exercice, le capitaine de vaisseau John Tokarewich.

"Nous travaillons pour améliorer nos compétences. Depuis 2011, a-t-il poursuivi, Saharan Express a grandi et on a ajouté de nouvelles dimensions et de nouveaux pays sont venus participer".

"Cette année, on va mettre l'accent sur la communication pour voir notamment comment partager les informations en mer et comment agir si on reçoit ces informations", a encore expliqué John Tokarewich

Selon lui, "il faut savoir ce qui se passe en mer pour pouvoir lutter contre la pêche illégale qui à elle seule fait perdre des milliards de dollars de l'économie de même que les ressources maritimes".

Pour le commandant du Groupement naval de la marine sénégalaise, Serigne Fallou Diouf, "le Sénégal attend beaucoup de cet exercice notamment le partage d'expériences, l'augmentation du savoir-faire et la prise de conscience de l'importance de la surveillance en mer".


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Ven 7 Mar 2014 - 1:48

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US Navy a écrit:
Exercise Saharan Express 2014 Commences



c'est le drapeau de quel pays entre le maroc et le portugal?, et entre les usa et les pays-bas?
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Ven 7 Mar 2014 - 20:50


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MessageSujet: cabo verde    Ven 7 Mar 2014 - 21:05

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US Navy a écrit:
Exercise Saharan Express 2014 Commences



c'est le drapeau de quel pays entre le maroc et le portugal?, et entre les usa et les pays-bas?
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Sam 8 Mar 2014 - 0:45

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c'est le drapeau de quel pays entre le maroc et le portugal?, et entre les usa et les pays-bas?
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Sam 8 Mar 2014 - 1:54

le Maroc participe avec Mohammed V

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DAKAR, Senegal (March 7, 2014) Ships from the Senegalese, Spanish, Moroccan and French navies moored at Dakar before getting underway to participate in exercise Saharan Express 2014. Saharan Express is an annual international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve maritime safety and security in west Africa.

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DAKAR, Senegal (March 7, 2014) Senegalese Rear Admiral Cheikh Bara Cissoko, chief of naval staff, addresses the commanding officers of vessels participating in Exercise Saharan Express 2014. Saharan Express is an annual international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve maritime safety and security in west Africa.

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DAKAR, Senegal (March 7, 2014) Chief Hospital Corpsman Amber Smoker, medical lead, instructs Moroccan sailors in first aid as part of pre-exercise training for Exercise Saharan Express 2014. Saharan Express is an annual international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve maritime safety and security in west Africa.
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Sam 8 Mar 2014 - 18:57

RMN Mohammed V ( 611 ) and FS Cdt Birot ( F796 )


Rio Segura de la Guardia Civile, 2° Batiment espagnol participant à cet exercice à côté du SPS Infanta Elena ( P76 ) ... on peut voir notre Med V d'un autre angle


à ces bâtiments on peut ajouter la frégate britannique HMS Portland ( F79 ), la frégate portugaise NRP Bartolomeu Dias ( F333 ) et un P3C portugais ..

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Dim 9 Mar 2014 - 12:36


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Dim 9 Mar 2014 - 15:00

On voit nos CM à la fin de la vidéo

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Dim 9 Mar 2014 - 22:33


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DAKAR, Senegal (March 9, 2014) Royal Moroccan Navy frigate Mohammed V (F 611) performs morning colors. Mohammed V is in Senegal for Exercise Saharan Express 2014, an annual international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve maritime safety and security in west Africa.


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DAKAR, Senegal (March 9, 2014) A Liberian Coast Guardsman assists a simulated casualty roleplayed by a Moroccan sailor during maritime interdiction operations training aboard Spanish Guardia Civil patrol ship Rio Segura during Exercise Saharan Express 2014. The training scenario involved rendering first aid to injured mariners during their search of the ship. Saharan Express is an annual international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve maritime safety and security in west Africa.




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DAKAR, Senegal (March 9, 2014) Chief Hospital Corpsman Amber Smoker, exercise medical lead, assists a Moroccan Sailor in rendering first aid to a Liberian Coast Guardsman who is roleplaying a casualty during maritime interdiction operations training aboard Spanish Guardia Civil patrol ship Rio Segura during Exercise Saharan Express 2014.


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DAKAR, Senegal (March 9, 2014) Chief Hospital Corpsman Amber Smoker, exercise medical lead, assists a Moroccan Sailor in rendering first aid to a Liberian Coast Guardsman who is roleplaying a casualty during maritime interdiction operations training aboard Spanish Guardia Civil patrol ship Rio Segura during Exercise Saharan Express 2014.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Lun 10 Mar 2014 - 13:29

Lancement Officiel de SE14


Le Commandant de la frégate Mohammed V ( 611 )



Le Directeur du groupe du contrôle de l'exercice SE14 est marocain  Cool 



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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Lun 10 Mar 2014 - 16:09


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DAKAR, Senegal (March 10, 2014) Capt. John Tokarewich, Saharan Express exercise director, and Royal Moroccan Navy officers Lt. Jawad Lakziz, liason officer and Cmdr. Dargham Redouane, exercise control group director, work in the Exercise Control Group (ECG). The ECG monitors and guides the exercise as it progresses. Exercise Saharan Express 2014 is an annual international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve maritime safety and security in west Africa.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Lun 10 Mar 2014 - 17:28

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Lun 10 Mar 2014 - 17:47

Il y a Commando Marines (noir) et Fusiels Marins (camo lezard rouge), n'est pas?  scratch 
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Lun 10 Mar 2014 - 18:04

Tabrisius a écrit:
Il y a Commando Marines (noir) et Fusiels Marins (camo lezard rouge), n'est pas?  scratch 

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Lun 10 Mar 2014 - 19:59

Dans la marine nationale ( France )
les équipes de protection embarquées, dites EPE, formées par la force des fusiliers marins et commandos
Chez nous ça doit être la même chose je pense

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Lun 10 Mar 2014 - 21:09

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Maritime Security Matters: Saharan Express Building Collective Skills to Increase Maritime Security in Waters off West Africa

Today, a team of U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa Sailors had the great pleasure of joining with personnel from 13 partner nations to kick off the at-sea portion of Exercise Saharan Express 2014.

Over the next three days, during this segment of Saharan Express, we will work side-by-side to improve our collective skills in important mission areas such as interoperability, communications, and coordination. More than that, though, we will strive to come together more closely as a team linked by the common purpose of ensuring regional maritime security. This has always been the focal point of Saharan Express, and continues to be the overarching goal this year as well.

To get ready for the at sea portion, boarding teams from Morocco, Senegal, and Liberia worked with experts from the U.S., U.K., and Dutch naval forces to learn new techniques and hone their skills during pier-side training. We also ran the operations centers through a series of maritime interdiction scenarios in order to build better linkages between the various country representatives.

I am extremely proud of the hard work of everyone who helped with planning and preparation for the exercise. Their dedicated, combined effort ensured a very high level of integration and coordination at the start of the exercise.

Since 2011, the Saharan Express exercise has grown in size and complexity. We have added new concepts to the planning, added new partner nations, and new dimensions to the training scenarios. As a result, we have seen the navies involved in this exercise using these skills in real world situations, both ashore and at sea. There has been a definite increase in collaboration between the Western African Maritime Operations Centers, which indicates that the capabilities learned during the exercise are providing the regional navies with the capacity to better share information and coordinate activities. This year, we are building on the foundation of experience and knowledge established in previous exercises, in order to develop an even more robust and cohesive team providing enhanced regional maritime security.

All nations share the ocean, and our citizens can benefit greatly from it, but only if it’s use is consistent with customary international laws. Security of the seas and the ability to govern the seas impacts us all. For example, it is estimated that illegal fishing alone removes tens of millions of dollars from local economies, impacts food security, compromises global marine resources, and destroys marine habitat.

Providing this security within the region is an enormous job that no nation can accomplish alone. It is only possible through the capabilities and teamwork that we are building here in Saharan Express. We must all continue to improve our ability to communicate and coordinate with each other in order to increase our capacity to counter problems such as trafficking of people and illegal materials, narcotics, and illegal fishing.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Mar 11 Mar 2014 - 23:00


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DAKAR, Senegal (March 7, 2014) Moroccan Sailors practice tactical movement aboard Spanish Guardia Civil ship Rio Segura during Exercise Saharan Express 2014, an annual international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve maritime safety and security in west Africa.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Mer 12 Mar 2014 - 11:52

une équipe MIO en entrainement avec HMS Portland.


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Jeu 13 Mar 2014 - 17:44


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ATLANTIC OCEAN (March 12, 2014) A Royal Moroccan Navy Maritime Interdiction Operations (MIO) team boards French patrol ship Commandant Birot (F 796) as part of a MIO weapons smuggling training scenario during Exercise Saharan Express 2014, is an international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve safety and security in West Africa.


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ATLANTIC OCEAN (March 12, 2014) A Royal Moroccan Navy Maritime Interdiction Operations (MIO) boarding team member searches a French Sailor as part of a MIO weapons smuggling training scenario held aboard French patrol ship Commandant Birot (F 796) during Exercise Saharan Express 2014. Saharan Express is an international maritime security cooperation exercise designed to improve safety and security in West Africa.

Les navires s'apprêtent à quitter le port de dakar

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Ven 14 Mar 2014 - 21:00

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Saharan Express 2014 Concludes

DAKAR, Senegal (NNS) -- Members of the U.S. Naval forces along with African and European maritime partners concluded the fourth annual multinational exercise, Saharan Express, March 14.

During Saharan Express 2014, which began March 6, maritime forces from seven African nations, five European nations and the United States executed a multitude of scenarios, resulting in sharpened strategic and tactical expertise designed to increase collaboration on regional maritime security.

"Saharan Express is important because it is aimed at maritime security capacity building. This will help extend law and order into the waters that supply so many resources in all our countries," said Sandra Clark, charge d'affaires at the United States Embassy in Dakar. "This training will not only benefit West Africa and West Africans. This training will have a direct impact on security in Europe, North America and the rest of this evermore interconnected world. As economic growth improves, we will all see the benefits of a wealthier world with more trading partners. The benefits of your training will be felt an ocean away."

The fourth annual exercise was conducted across three different operational hubs in waters near Cabo Verde and Senegal. Scenarios included counter-piracy, counter-illicit trafficking and illegal fishing.

"I am pleased that the exercise scenarios that were selected and executed this year are realistic and perfectly reflect the treats proliferating in the maritime area of Africa," said Rear Adm. Cheikh Bara Cissokho, Senegalese chief of navy staff. "Indeed, illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing drug trafficking and arms smuggling are scourges that require of all maritime stakeholders a constant vigilance and the continuous training of defense forces and security."

Saharan Express is one of four African regional "Express" series exercises facilitated by U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet. The objective of the exercise was to increase regional cooperation, Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA)/information sharing and improve communications and interoperability among participating forces to strengthen regional partner nations' capabilities to counter maritime threats.

"Each Saharan Express has built on the successes of the previous year's work. I am proud to say that we have helped to advance the region's ability to preserve maritime security through stronger professional bonds as well as improved communications and finely tuned skills," said U.S. Navy Capt. John Tokarewich, Saharan Express 2014 exercise director, during the closing ceremony here.

Participating nations felt that the exercise was beneficial to improving skill sets that can be used in real-world operations. Additionally, African partners will play a larger role in planning future iterations of the annual exercise.

"Saharan Express 2014 is a turning point since the beginning of the organization of the exercise. Indeed, this year was marked by the gradual transfer of responsibilities to the Navies and Coast Guards of West Africa with regard to planning, conduct of operations and logistical support. This is timely and fits perfectly in line with the objectives of the integrated Maritime Policy of the Economic Community of West African States," Cissoko said.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Lun 17 Mar 2014 - 13:32


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Sahara Express 2014   Lun 17 Mar 2014 - 14:34

Very Happy  Nice video Merci . 

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