U.S. Sailors prepare to open a hatch aboard the German FGS Werra during a visit, board, search and seizure scenario in conjunction with the Baltic Operations 2012 exercise.
FGS WERRA, Baltic Sea – Logistics Specialist Seaman Jonathan Shackleford, left, and Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) 3rd Class Matthew Norton prepare to open a hatch aboard the German FGS Werra (A 514), June 14, during a visit, board, search and seizure scenario in conjunction with the Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 2012 exercise. BALTOPS 2012 is one of the largest, multi-national maritime training exercises held in the Baltic region this year and is intended to improve interoperability with partner nations by conducting realistic training both on land and at sea.
FGS WERRA, Baltic Sea – Logistics Specialist Seaman Jonathan Shackleford, left, and Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) 3rd Class Matthew Norton prepare to open a hatch aboard the German FGS Werra (A 514), June 14, during a visit, board, search and seizure scenario in conjunction with the Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 2012 exercise. BALTOPS 2012 is one of the largest, multi-national maritime training exercises held in the Baltic region this year and is intended to improve interoperability with partner nations by conducting realistic training both on land and at sea.
FGS WERRA, Baltic Sea – Logistics Specialist Seaman Jonathan Shackleford, left, and Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) 3rd Class Matthew Norton prepare to open a hatch aboard the German FGS Werra (A 514), June 14, during a visit, board, search and seizure scenario in conjunction with the Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 2012 exercise. BALTOPS 2012 is one of the largest, multi-national maritime training exercises held in the Baltic region this year and is intended to improve interoperability with partner nations by conducting realistic training both on land and at sea.
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