Tag: navy

  • Suspected Al-Shabab Attack Against US Naval Base in Manda Bay, Kenya; 3 Killed, 2 Injured Serving the US and Significant Property Damage

    January 05: Suspected al-Shabab militants (affiliated with al-Qaeda) reportedly attacked a U.S. naval base known as Camp Simba in Manda Bay, located in Lamu County. Unverified reports indicate that U.S. […]

  • Russia Holds Largest Naval Parade in Years, Including a Chinese and an Indian Vessel, The Day After a Crackdown on Anti-Government Protesters

    July 28: Russian President Vladimir Putin led Russia’s first major naval parade in years on Sunday, in St. Petersburg on the Gulf of Finland. The parade, the biggest in years, […]

  • Montenegrin Authorities Seize Narcotics on Navy Training Ship

    April 19: Montenegrin military police have seized around 50 kilograms of drugs on board a naval training ship, hours before it was scheduled to take students on a training cruise, […]

  • US and UK in S. China Sea

    Joint exercise doesn’t please China. US Navy and British Commandos defy China, conduct joint exercises around the South China Sea by Stavros Atlamazoglou In direct defiance to China’s claims of sovereignty in […]

  • India, Pakistan tensions

    Tensions increase between India and Pakistan. Security beefed up in Paradip, Kolkata ports Security was stepped up at the two major ports of the Eastern region – Paradip in Odisha and Kolkata – on […]

  • Nigerians call for gunboats

    Series of attacks reported this week. Stakeholders Want Deployment Of Gunboats To Bonny Waterways Stakeholders in Rivers State have called on the security operatives to deploy more gunboats to Bonny […]

  • Nigeria clamps down on marsec firms

    Nigerian Navy flushing out illegal companies. NSA Commends Navy Over Clampdown On Illegal Maritime Security Outfits By Tarkaa David The National Security Adviser (NSA), Major General Babagana Monguno (rtd) has commended […]

  • Singapore launches Invincible

    Sends message to China. Singapore launches Invincible KIEL (Germany): Singapore’s acquisition of four new Type 218SG submarines, which offer more firepower and combat options, is a timely move as maritime […]

  • Encouraging signs from Africa

    Africa is acutely vulnerable to maritime crime, which has become a low risk, high reward business. Promising signs of Africa’s global leadership on maritime security BY TIMOTHY WALKER AND DENYS REVA Piracy and armed […]

  • NIMASA still fighting

    NIMASA continues to talk a good game. Peterside: FG’s Committed to Eradicating Sea Crime Unwavering By Eromosele Abiodun The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, has […]