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Senegalese Forces Conduct Amphibious Landing with Foreign Partners
Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces conduct an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base.
DAKAR, Senegal - Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces secure a beach while conducting an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base. The event coincides with the Royal Netherlands Navy's landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Africa Winds deployment and its supporting efforts to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Now in its sixth year, APS is an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Justice Gannaway)
6 photos: Senegalese Forces Conduct Amphibious Landing with Foreign Partners
Photo 1 of 6: DAKAR, Senegal - Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces secure a beach while conducting an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base. The event coincides with the Royal Netherlands Navy's landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Africa Winds deployment and its supporting efforts to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Now in its sixth year, APS is an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Justice Gannaway) Download full-resolution version
DAKAR, Senegal - Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces conduct an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base. The event coincides with the Royal Netherlands Navy's landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Africa Winds deployment and its supporting efforts to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Now in its sixth year, APS is an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Justice Gannaway)
6 photos: Senegalese Forces Conduct Amphibious Landing with Foreign Partners
Photo 2 of 6: DAKAR, Senegal - Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces conduct an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base. The event coincides with the Royal Netherlands Navy's landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Africa Winds deployment and its supporting efforts to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Now in its sixth year, APS is an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Justice Gannaway) Download full-resolution version
DAKAR, Senegal - Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces secure a beach while conducting an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base. The event coincides with the Royal Netherlands Navy's landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Africa Winds deployment and its supporting efforts to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Now in its sixth year, APS is an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Justice Gannaway)
6 photos: Senegalese Forces Conduct Amphibious Landing with Foreign Partners
Photo 3 of 6: DAKAR, Senegal - Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces secure a beach while conducting an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base. The event coincides with the Royal Netherlands Navy's landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Africa Winds deployment and its supporting efforts to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Now in its sixth year, APS is an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Justice Gannaway) Download full-resolution version
DAKAR, Senegal - An international force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish, and British Marines performed an amphibious landing with Senegalese Armed Forces on the shores of Bel Air, 14 September, to kick off a multilateral training engagement in Thies as part of Africa Partnership Station 13. Africa Partnership Station is a combined exercise between U.S., Dutch, Spanish, British Marines and their African partners that strengthens partnerships to improve safety and security both at sea and ashore, working together for a shared common goal that helps foster mutual trust and understanding. The international task force of Marines embarked the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Aug. 30 as part of a 3-month comprehensive effort to strengthen capabilities with African partner forces in West Africa.  (Photo by Sgt. Tatum Vayavananda)
6 photos: Senegalese Forces Conduct Amphibious Landing with Foreign Partners
Photo 4 of 6: DAKAR, Senegal - An international force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish, and British Marines performed an amphibious landing with Senegalese Armed Forces on the shores of Bel Air, 14 September, to kick off a multilateral training engagement in Thies as part of Africa Partnership Station 13. Africa Partnership Station is a combined exercise between U.S., Dutch, Spanish, British Marines and their African partners that strengthens partnerships to improve safety and security both at sea and ashore, working together for a shared common goal that helps foster mutual trust and understanding. The international task force of Marines embarked the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Aug. 30 as part of a 3-month comprehensive effort to strengthen capabilities with African partner forces in West Africa. (Photo by Sgt. Tatum Vayavananda) Download full-resolution version
DAKAR, Senegal - Members of the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps and Senegalese forces patrol the waters just off shore during an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base, also involving U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British forces. The exercise is part of Africa Partnership Station, an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa.  (Photo by Netherlands Marine Corps)
6 photos: Senegalese Forces Conduct Amphibious Landing with Foreign Partners
Photo 5 of 6: DAKAR, Senegal - Members of the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps and Senegalese forces patrol the waters just off shore during an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base, also involving U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British forces. The exercise is part of Africa Partnership Station, an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (Photo by Netherlands Marine Corps) Download full-resolution version
DAKAR, Senegal - An international force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish, and British Marines performed an amphibious landing with Senegalese Armed Forces on the shores of Bel Air, 14 September, to kick off a multilateral training engagement in Thies as part of Africa Partnership Station 13. Africa Partnership Station is a combined exercise between U.S., Dutch, Spanish, British Marines and their African partners that strengthens partnerships to improve safety and security both at sea and ashore, working together for a shared common goal that helps foster mutual trust and understanding. The international task force of Marines embarked the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Aug. 30 as part of a 3-month comprehensive effort to strengthen capabilities with African partner forces in West Africa. (Sgt. Marco Mancha)
6 photos: Senegalese Forces Conduct Amphibious Landing with Foreign Partners
Photo 6 of 6: DAKAR, Senegal - An international force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish, and British Marines performed an amphibious landing with Senegalese Armed Forces on the shores of Bel Air, 14 September, to kick off a multilateral training engagement in Thies as part of Africa Partnership Station 13. Africa Partnership Station is a combined exercise between U.S., Dutch, Spanish, British Marines and their African partners that strengthens partnerships to improve safety and security both at sea and ashore, working together for a shared common goal that helps foster mutual trust and understanding. The international task force of Marines embarked the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Aug. 30 as part of a 3-month comprehensive effort to strengthen capabilities with African partner forces in West Africa. (Sgt. Marco Mancha) Download full-resolution version
DAKAR, Senegal - Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces secure a beach while conducting an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base. The event coincides with the Royal Netherlands Navy's landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Africa Winds deployment and its supporting efforts to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Now in its sixth year, APS is an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Justice Gannaway)
DAKAR, Senegal - Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces conduct an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base. The event coincides with the Royal Netherlands Navy's landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Africa Winds deployment and its supporting efforts to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Now in its sixth year, APS is an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Justice Gannaway)
DAKAR, Senegal - Marines, representing an international Marine task force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British servicemembers, and Senegalese forces secure a beach while conducting an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base. The event coincides with the Royal Netherlands Navy's landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Africa Winds deployment and its supporting efforts to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Now in its sixth year, APS is an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Justice Gannaway)
DAKAR, Senegal - An international force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish, and British Marines performed an amphibious landing with Senegalese Armed Forces on the shores of Bel Air, 14 September, to kick off a multilateral training engagement in Thies as part of Africa Partnership Station 13. Africa Partnership Station is a combined exercise between U.S., Dutch, Spanish, British Marines and their African partners that strengthens partnerships to improve safety and security both at sea and ashore, working together for a shared common goal that helps foster mutual trust and understanding. The international task force of Marines embarked the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Aug. 30 as part of a 3-month comprehensive effort to strengthen capabilities with African partner forces in West Africa.  (Photo by Sgt. Tatum Vayavananda)
DAKAR, Senegal - Members of the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps and Senegalese forces patrol the waters just off shore during an amphibious landing on a Senegalese naval base, also involving U.S., Dutch, Spanish and British forces. The exercise is part of Africa Partnership Station, an international security cooperation initiative aimed at strengthening global maritime partnerships through training and collaborative activities in order to improve maritime safety and security in Africa.  (Photo by Netherlands Marine Corps)
DAKAR, Senegal - An international force of U.S., Dutch, Spanish, and British Marines performed an amphibious landing with Senegalese Armed Forces on the shores of Bel Air, 14 September, to kick off a multilateral training engagement in Thies as part of Africa Partnership Station 13. Africa Partnership Station is a combined exercise between U.S., Dutch, Spanish, British Marines and their African partners that strengthens partnerships to improve safety and security both at sea and ashore, working together for a shared common goal that helps foster mutual trust and understanding. The international task force of Marines embarked the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Aug. 30 as part of a 3-month comprehensive effort to strengthen capabilities with African partner forces in West Africa. (Sgt. Marco Mancha)
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