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Cameroon: Friendship, Security & Tribal Masks

I’m Chief Master-at-Arms, Jerry Mosley—officer in charge of the MCAST command’s Security Force Assistance (SFA) team. Upon request of the Cameroon navy, I took a small three-person team to the Douala navy base on Africa’s Atlantic coast to provide a physical security course. The course included training on anti-terrorism/force protection measures, personnel and vehicle security inspections and proper security checkpoint procedures. It’s just one of many courses our MCAST international security cooperation initiative holds with partner nations to strengthen global maritime partnerships.

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Navy Experiment Trident Warrior Aims to Improve Global Operations

  This blog post is by Captain Carl Conti, U.S. Fleet Forces Command’s Director of Experimentation. Captain Conti will be participating alongside Cmdr. Dave Varnes, Trident Warrior 2010 Director during a DoD Blogger’s Roundtable Tuesday, July 13 at 1:30pm EST.  U.S. Fleet Forces Command’s (USFF) Experimentation Directorate (N9E,) is tasked …

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Naval Operations Concept 2010 Released

This blog post is by Rear Admiral Dave “Woody” Woods, who is the Strategy, Concepts and Policy Division Head (OPNAV N51). The Navy released the Naval Operations Concept 2010 Monday, and I encourage everyone to read and comment on it. NOC 10 can be thought of as a companion document …

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