- Sea Breeze 2016
Sea Breeze is a multinational exercise co-hosted by the U.S. and Ukraine Navies with approximately 2,300 personnel from 13 nations participating in this year’s exercise.
- Forces Take to the Field for Sea Breeze 2016
More than 250 multinational military service members participated in the Sea Breeze 2016 land component demonstration at the Shyrokyi Lan training facility in Shyrokyl Lan, Ukraine July 21.
- President Obama Visits Naval Station Rota - First U.S. President to Visit in 15 Years
President Barack Obama spoke to more than 2,000 American and Spanish service members and their families during a visit to Naval Station Rota, Spain, July 10. During his visit, Obama visited USS Ross (DDG 71) as well as held an all hands call to thank service members. Obama's trip to the naval station marked the first time a U.S. president has visited the installation in 15 years.
Sea Shield is an exercise that the U.S. Navy participates in on an annual basis. NATO Black Sea allies...
The land component of the exercise is designed to showcase the land-based capabilities of NATO allies...
Ross will be participating in the 15th iteration of Sea Breeze, which is an annual exercise held in the...
Giordano invited Information Systems Technician 1st Class Jacqueline Bozen, from Chicago; and Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Marquise Wisher, from Philadelphia, for the reenlistment ceremony, led by Commander, U.S. 6th Fleet, Vice Adm. James G. Foggo III. "I am always honored to...
Sea Breeze is an air, land and maritime exercise designed to improve maritime safety, security and stability in the Black Sea.
Carney’s forward presence in 6th Fleet supports a wide range of operations in the area and contributes to NATO’s efforts toward maintaining regional security and stability.
Sea Shield is an exercise that the U.S. Navy participates in on an annual basis. NATO Black Sea allies, including Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey, train to enhance anti-submarine warfare techniques, procedures, and tactics.
Capt. Mike Patterson was relieved by Capt. Darren Nelson, who has served as the ship’s executive officer since March 2016.
U.S. Marines and Sailors from the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) and the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD-1) trained with Moroccan military members during Exercise African Sea Lion from July 10-12, 2016 off the coast of the North-African nation. Several dozen Moroccans came aboard Wasp...