USCGC LEGARE (WMEC 912), Gulf of Guinea — A Ghananian Navy officer and U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Richard Blaszak review navigation charts aboard USCGC Legare Feb. 24. As part of a U.S. Naval Forces E

USCGC LEGARE (WMEC 912), Gulf of Guinea — A Ghananian Navy officer and U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Richard Blaszak review navigation charts aboard USCGC Legare Feb. 24. As part of a U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa initiative to improve maritime safety and security in the Gulf of Guinea, several Ghananian Navy shipriders were training aboard Legare as the ship pulled into port at the Sekondi Naval Base. A task group comprised of Legare, USS Kauffman (FFG 59) and elements of Destroyer Squadron 60 are deployed to the off the coast of West Africa to strengthen regional maritime partnerships. (Department of Defense photo by U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Comdr. Holly Harrison) Dowload higest-resolution version(500 by 525 pixels)

USCGC LEGARE (WMEC 912), Gulf of Guinea — A Ghananian Navy officer and U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Richard Blaszak review navigation charts aboard USCGC Legare Feb. 24. As part of a U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa initiative to improve maritime safety and security in the Gulf of Guinea, several Ghananian Navy shipriders were training aboard Legare as the ship pulled into port at the Sekondi Naval Base. A task group comprised of Legare, USS Kauffman (FFG 59) and elements of Destroyer Squadron 60 are deployed to the off the coast of West Africa to strengthen regional maritime partnerships. (Department of Defense photo by U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Comdr. Holly Harrison)

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