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29/09/2009

SNMCMG1 enjoys a successful Carrier Strike Group Joint Task Force Exercise and full US Integration

The 8 warships of Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group 1 (SNMCMG1), from 7 nations, have just completed a major mine clearance exercise in support of the USS Harry S Truman, Carrier Strike group (CSG), certification prior to the CSG deployment.
This major joint exercise was conducted along the shores of Virginia and South Carolina on the American east coast.
On our arrival in the operating areas it very quickly became apparent that without the support of SNMCMG1 the Carrier Strike Group would not be able to operate in these waters, which were subject to naval mining all be it exercise mines. Throughout the exercise every available MCM technique was employed to clear the mines enabling the safe passage of the Carrier through the simulated mine field.

For their effort, dedication and professional conduct in making the sea safe for the US Carrier Battle Group, SNMCMG1 received recognition by way of Bravo Zulu’s (Well Done) from many sides of the US Navy Leadership, amongst whom was Admiral Williams, COM 2nd US Fleet.
On an SNMCMG1 initiative, the exercise concluded with a photograph of all participating ships during which the Danish Flag Ship, HDMS THETIS, took Tactical Control of USS Harry S Truman and formed all units up for this rare photo opportunity.

On completion of the mine recovery phase of the exercise SNMCMG1 proceeded alongside Naval Station Norfolk, where the Group was visited by COM MCC Northwood, Admiral Sir Trevor Soar KCB OBE, who congratulated the Commanding Officers and their crews on a successful US deployment. During his visit the Admiral was briefed on the operational achievements of SNMCMG1 during 2009 and took advantage of visiting two of the hard working MCMVs of the Group.

SNMCMG1 continues its training along the American East coast before returning for Europe early next month.

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MessageSujet: Re: M921 Lobelia   M921 Lobelia - Page 7 EmptyMer 30 Sep 2009 - 9:03

Dans l'article de l'US Navy ci-dessous ils disent que le Lobelia a participé à l'exercice ! Enfin, il l'a commencé...

29/09/2009

Harry S. Truman Strike Group Completes JTFEX Training Evolutions off East Coast

NORFOLK, Va. (NNS) -- The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group (HST CSG), joined by 13 foreign ships from nine nations completed Joint Task Force Exercise (JTFEX) 09-4 Sept. 22.

JTFEX functions as a certification evolution designed to test the capabilities of multiple carrier strike groups operation in a multinational, joint environment. It evaluates how ships work together in a variety of tactical situations and ensures the strike group and its crew is ready for deployment.

"We've seen some great training in all our warfare areas, and the most impressive part was the integration of our coalition partners. The training we have received with them was just fantastic," said Rear Adm. Patrick Driscoll, the strike group's commander. "We completed a spectrum of warfare, from single-ship boardings on ships that are passing through our area, to high-level scenarios where we were being attacked by submarines, surface ships, and aircraft at the same time." JTFEX was a successful demonstration of teaming with allies and Partners, he added.

One area of warfare the strike group focused on was anti-submarine warfare (ASW).

"We had a great ASW threat presentation with the Italian submarine, ITS Scire, and our own nuclear submarine. They have different capabilities and different limitations, so to work that problem was great training for us. We do a lot of ASW training in simulators, but to really excel at ASW, sailors need to train in the actual ocean environment," said Driscoll.

Participating countries included Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States. Some of the participating units included the Canadian ship HMCS Fredericton (FFG 337), Brazilian ship BNS Liberale (F43), Italian submarine ITS Scire (S527), and Royal Netherlands ships HNLMS Tromp (F803) and HNLMS Van Speijk (F828).

The exercise also marked the first ever inclusion of the Standing NATO Mine Counter Measures Group 1, which includes the Danish ocean patrol vessel HDMS Thetis (F357), the Belgian coastal minehunter BNS Lobelia (M 921), the Royal Netherlands minehunter HNLMS Urk (M861), the Estonian minehunter ENS Sakala (M314), the British minesweeper HMS Quorn, and the Royal Norwegian minesweeper KNM Rauma (M352).

"It was a great opportunity to work communications and other interoperability issues with HDMS Thetis and other coalition partners during a training environment. Exercises like this will make real world operations easier to execute," said Cmdr. James Midkiff, commanding officer of USS Oscar Austin (DDG 79).

After successful completion of JTFEX, the Strike Group will now begin Fleet Synthetic Training – Joint, the final element of certification for global deployment.
The HST CSG is made up of the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75), with its embarked air wing, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 3, and embarked Destroyer Squadron 26 staff, guided missile cruisers USS San Jacinto (CG 56) and USS Hue city (CG 66); guided missile destroyers USS Carney (DDG 64), USS Oscar Austin (DDG 79) and USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81).

CVW-3 consists of Strike Fighter Squadrons VFA-32, VFA-37, VFA-105 and VMFA-312; Tactical Electronics Warfare Squadron VAQ-130; Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron VAW-126; and Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron HS-7.

For more news from USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75), visit www.navy.mil/local/cvn75/

Source : US NAVY

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Je me suis amusé à tracer le trajet du voyage du Lobelia sur une carte super

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6/10/2009

The end of an historic first deployment with SNMCMG1

Early this morning the two Canadian units, HMCS Shawinigan and HMCS Goose Bay detached from Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group 1 (SNMCMG1) to make their way to their homeport of Halifax. This marks the end of their historic, first deployment with SNMCMG1.

The Group led by the flagship, HDMS THETIS, arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on 28th August 2009 where two KINGSTON Class Mine Hunters officially joined the group.

SNMCMG1 sailed from Halifax for a one week mine countermeasures exercise in Canadian waters prior to transiting south in order to take part in a large scale Carrier Strike Group joint exercise with the US Navy.

Prior to the American Exercise SNMCMG1 conducted an official visit to New York where they led a NATO wreath laying ceremony at the World Trade Centre site on 10 Sep 09 and hosted a NATO 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony on the evening of 11 Sep 09

In addition, to their first participation in SNMCMG1, Canada is making significant contributions to NATO MCM – they hosted the first NATO Mine Warfare Working Group in Halifax in September and will be a major participant in Exercise Bold Move 2009 – the computer based mine warfare Command and Control Exercise in Ostende later in October.

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9/10/2009

3000 miles and new challenges ahead for SNMCMG1

After some busy weeks on the American East Coast, Standing NATO Mine Counter Measure Group 1 (SNMCMG1) has started the long journey home.
On Monday morning SNMCMG1 steamed out of Charleston, SC, to face a 3000 miles long journey back to Europe and the familiar task of locating and disposing of as many old, but still dangerous, mines as possible in the English channel.
The main issue on this particular journey is that the 5 MCMV's currently forming SNMCMG1 are not able to hold sufficient fuel for such a long unaided trip. They need to be supplied with fuel several times throughout the transit by the Flagship, HDMS Thetis, and also during our scheduled port visits to Bermuda and the Azores. Furthermore, the group will rendezvoused with an old friend, the U.S. tanker USNS Patuxent, who once again will provide fuel for the llong tough stretch over the Atlantic ocean.
On leaving Charleston, the two Canadian MCMV's HMCS Goose Bay and HMCS Shawinigan, conducted a steam past, having operated as part of SNMCMG1 for nearly 6 weeks. The steam past afforded everyone the opportunity to: "Thank them for their efforts, camaraderie and sound cooperation."
The 6 European and 2 Canadian MCMV's can look back on a particularly demanding month at sea participating in two major naval exercises - one Canadian and one American. In the period between the two exercises the group visited New York, holding ceremonies to commemorate the victims of September 11th.
So with a lot of shared experiences, the two groups of ships are heading home to Europe and to Halifax..

Source : NATO

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MessageSujet: Re: M921 Lobelia   M921 Lobelia - Page 7 EmptyMar 13 Oct 2009 - 9:36

buxi et Marine, on n'a plus de nouvelle du Lobelia que se passe-t-il ???

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MessageSujet: Re: M921 Lobelia   M921 Lobelia - Page 7 EmptyLun 26 Oct 2009 - 14:52

hurler Marine et buxi pourquoi est-ce qu'on ne recoit plus de nouvelle du Lobelia s.o.s.

J'espère que tout va bien parce que même l'OTAN ne donne plus aucune news crie

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26/10/2009

Sailing from the storm

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HNOMS Rauma sailing from the storm. [Photo Nato]

SNMCMG1 sailed a record distance, in one stretch, to escape a growing storm and maintain their busy programme.
Standing NATO Mine Countermeasure Group 1 was about to arrive Ponta Delgada, Azores, when a weather forecast rolled off the printer. The report detailed two lows heading for the area around the Azores and our proposed navigation track to mainland Europe.
As everyone prepared for a relaxing 48 hours in harbour the staff broke the bad news about the weather and their plan to evade the storm. It is very tough to sail in a Mine Countermeasure Vessel on the open ocean, particularly with waves up to five meters tall, the demands on ship, equipment and personnel are extreme. The reality of this struck home and very quickly a unanimous decision was made to press on and transiting to mainland Europe ahead of the storm.

This meant that the Group would sail more that 3.000 nautical miles in one stretch, which is a remarkable achievement and a record in the history of the SNMCMG1. The course was set for Spain where the Group could take advantage of a short period for rest, recuperation and a little maintenance in the calmer waters of La Coruna harbour.
Nevertheless, SNMCMG1 will soon be on the move again, the next challenge being the Bay of Biscay. There is a good reason for the haste as the Group has some serious business in the English Channel conducting Historical Ordinance Disposal, countermining old ordinance in an area off the French coast. During our time in the French waters we will add a number of successfully detonated historical mines to the hundreds that have been blown up by SNMCMG1 since 1973

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Arrivée de SNMCMG1 à La Coruna (en Espagne) le 27 octobre 2009.

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cher Olivier je ne pensait pas que un tel site existais moi qui suis un ancien de la marine et ayant naviguer sur le dufour , le debrouwer, et le trufault il y a de cela tres longtemp je me sent rajeuni de 30 ans et pour cela cher Olivier merci tu pourrais me dire comment faire pour mettre une photo a mon profil svp merci la grenouille
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@la grenouille a écrit:
cher Olivier je ne pensait pas que un tel site existais moi qui suis un ancien de la marine et ayant naviguer sur le dufour , le debrouwer, et le trufault il y a de cela tres longtemp je me sent rajeuni de 30 ans et pour cela cher Olivier merci tu pourrais me dire comment faire pour mettre une photo a mon profil svp merci la grenouille

Salut la grenouille,

C'est le but que tout les anciens ce sente bien à bord de notre forum marin ok

Pas de problème pour ton avatar, envoie-moi par email la photo (ou l'image) que tu veux mettre dans ton profil et ja la placerais pour toi super

Voici mon adresse : contact@wielingen1991.org

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