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Senegal: U.s. Military Trains Local Navies In West Africa

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By Reuters

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DAKAR PORT, SENEGAL (APRIL 19, 2010) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF AFRICAN SAILORS PULLING SAILING ROPE SENEGAL FLAG ON SHIP POLE AFRICAN SAILORS PULLING ROPE U.S. SHIP SEEN FROM DOCKS SENEGALESE WORKERS ON DOCK WITH U.S. SHIP IN BACKGROUND U.S. FLAG ON POLE OF SHIP U.S. NAVY ZODIAC PASSING SHIP (SOUNDBITE) (English) BLAWAH CHARLES, LIBERIAN COAST GUARD OFFICER, SAYING: "We are working with the zodiacs, the grandpa zodiacs with 42 horse power revolution motors, that's what we are working. The challenges with our waters is that our waters is that we are personally vulnerable and we need, we actually need, we need defenders or things like that to track down the crimes, which the APS (Africa Partnership) is actually intended for, maritime security." LIFESAVER OF U.S. NAVY SHIP VARIOUS OF U.S. INSTRUCTOR TALKING TO SAILORS / SAILORS PULLING ROPE (SOUNDBITE) (English) JONATHAN JENKINS, SIERRA LEONE NAVY FELLOW LIEUTENANT, SAYING: "It's the Automatic Identification System. That's one of the latest technologies which I admire so great. And I believe that is the things we need as our surveillance patrol would not be successful, because you need to identify ships at a different distance - know the class of ship, what type of activity the ship is involved in and then you can easily board." AFRICAN PARTNERSHIP STATION LOGO U.S. COMMANDER CINDY THEBAUD TYPING ON COMPUTER (SOUNDBITE) (English) CINDY THEBAUD, COMMANDER OF THE U.S. NAVY DESTROYER, "SQUADRON SIX ZERO" AND HEAD OF THE PROJECT, SAYING: "There are a variety of challenges confronting the maritime environment of Western and Central Africa ranging from illegal, unregulated and unlawful fishing to illegal immigration of personnel, maritime crime and piracy and a host of other illegal trafficking activities, counter narcotics and so on." U.S. FLAG ON POLE OF SHIP AFRICAN SAILORS WATCHING TUG BOAT
Dateline: 2010

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Item ID:
109710133
Usage:
Editorial
Duration:
00:02:29
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No
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Senegal
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24
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2
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48000