Hopes new kit will help maritime security.
Navy launches equipment to protect water ways
The Nigerian Navy yesterday reiterated its commitment to protect the nation’s water ways devoid of any criminal activities.
The Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok Ete-Ibas, spoke during the inauguration of a project tagged, “Falcon Eye” at the Navy Headquarter in Abuja.
Ibas said the Falcon Eye (Over the Horizon Maritime Surveillance from Detection to Interception), was a capacity enhancer.
He explained that it reduced the cost of patrols and allowed accurate ways of going about maritime surveillance.
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