Collaboration CCtf 150 hosts CCTF 151 and CCTF 152 to share information, discuss capabilities and future operations

On February 23, 2017, Commander #CTF 150 Commodore Haydn Edmundson , Royal Canadian Navy (Centre) hosted Commander #CTF 151 Commodore Muhammad Shuaib SI (M), Pakistan Navy (Right) and Commander #CTF 152 Colonel Adbelkader Almarahleh, Royal Jordanian Navy (Left) and their staff at NSA Bahrain for a tour of URSA and a chance to mingle and discuss information sharing, collaboration and upcoming Focused Operation DeWolf.

Members of Operation Foundation, Canada's enduring contribution to CMF, brief CTFs 151 & 152 staff on the URSA capability.
"Collaboration amongst CTFs is vital to accomplishing the overall CMF mission. I have been wholly impressed with the support from my colleagues in CTF 151 & 152. We stand #readytogether to support maritime security efforts in the region," said Commodore Edmundson.
Commander #CTF 152 Colonel Adbelkader Almarahleh, Royal Jordanian Navy,Commander #CTF 150 Commodore Haydn Edmundson,Royal Canadian Navy and Commander #CTF 151 Commodore Muhammad Shuaib SI (M), Pakistan Navy

About the Combined Maritime Forces

Maritime Forces (CMF) is a multi-national naval partnership, which exists to promote security, stability and prosperity across approximately 3.2 million square miles of international waters, which encompass some of the world’s most important shipping lanes. CMF’s main focus areas are defeating terrorism, preventing piracy, encouraging regional cooperation, and promoting a safe maritime environment. CMF counters violent extremism and terrorist networks in maritime areas of responsibility; works with regional and other partners to improve overall security and stability; helps strengthen regional nations’ maritime capabilities and, when requested, responds to environmental and humanitarian crises. CMF operates three task forces: CTF 150 (maritime security and counter-terrorism), CTF 151 (counter piracy) and CTF 152 (Arabian Gulf security and cooperation).

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