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Robert G. Bradley arrives in Casablanca for Theater Security Cooperation and Community Relations Events
USS Robert G. Bradley (FFG 49) arrived in Casablanca March 24, 2009 for a Theater Security Cooperation (TSC) mission to strengthen the maritime partnership between the United States and Morocco. <br /> <br />Robert G. Bradley Commanding Officer
USS Robert G. Bradley (FFG 49) arrived in Casablanca March 24, 2009 for a Theater Security Cooperation (TSC) mission to strengthen the maritime partnership between the United States and Morocco.

Robert G. Bradley Commanding Officer commander Clinton Carroll and Command Master Chief Frank King began the visit with office calls to local navy, joint and civilian leaders followed by a luncheon aboard the ship with senior Moroccan military and civilian officials.

During the visit, the ship will host workshops with the Moroccan Navy including Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS), Damage Control (DC), and basic first aid. In addition, a flight-deck reception is also scheduled for Tuesday evening aboard the ship.

Bradley Sailors will also deliver Project Handclasp donations of hygiene products, basic first-aid items, and toys to the Ibnou Hazam school in Casablanca. Project Handclasp is a U.S. Navy effort that provides a range of donated materials for people in need.

Robert G. Bradley, an Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate home- ported in Mayport, FL., is on a regularly scheduled deployment to the Sixth Fleet area of responsibility in support of Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Africa. The ship has been on deployment since November 21.
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