Operation Inspired Siren (US Navy + Pak Navy)

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Operation Inspired Siren (US Navy + Pak Navy)

Persian Sea (June 25, 2005): The fast-attack submarine USS Scranton (SSBN 756), the guided missile frigates USS Kauffman (FFG 59), USS Hawes (FFG 53) and two Pakistani Naval ships the (PNS) Shahjahan (DDG 186) and (PNS) Teriq (DDG 181) underway in column formation during the operation Inspired Siren. Inspired Siren is a bilateral joint exercise between the United States and Pakistan Navies. The U.S. and Pakistan are conducting training in Maritime Security Operations (MSO), air defense, anti- submarine warfare, surface warfare, mine counter measures, electronic warfare, replenishment at sea and command and control. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 1st Class Robert R. McRill
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