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    Chilean Navy Special Forces




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    Chilean Marines training with USMC


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    Tass 2087 in chilean frigate



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    hmmmm.... 2087 sonar

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    Chile National day and army glories ,





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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsr20det View Post


    Outstanding line !

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    by necrosis r&f


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    Quote Originally Posted by armored_diplomacy View Post
    Outstanding line !
    Block 50+ and ex dutch MLU type 4.2
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    Great pics.



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    A couple more...






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    Chilean Marines attending a birth in Haiti.


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    03/10/2013


    Working with the Royal Navy on Counter Piracy operations in the Indian Ocean is not where you would normally expect to find a Chilean Naval Officer.

    However, Lieutenant Commander Yovan Pauvif, 38, is living that reality for the next three months as a ember of the future operations planning team of the Combined Task Force (CTF) 151.


    Lt Cdr Pauvif from Vina del Mar, Chile, has deployed with the Chilean Navy before but never as far from home as this current operation has taken him, and never on Counter Piracy operations, as the Chilean Navy does not have the same problem affecting their normal operating areas.


    Before deploying, he spent two months in the UK with the team learning about Counter Piracy operations and subsequently played a key part in the pre-mission planning.


    Employment in the planning team offered him new challenges especially that of having to work in another language. Working with a truly international staff, he has also had to adapt to cultural differences as the other members of the team are from the UK, USA, France, Denmark, Brazil and Saudi Arabia.


    His invaluable experience as the Navigation Officer on the FFG Almirante Riveros and more recently as the Principal Warfare Officer on FFG Almirante Williams (previously the Type 22 Frigate HMS Sheffield) has been put to good use in the first month of the deployment.


    Lt Cdr Pauvif said,


    “My time with the Combined Maritime Forces and the Royal Navy has so far been demanding and challenging.


    “It is exciting to work in an area in which Chile does not normally operate and has taken me so much further away from my family than I have ever been before.”


    The UK led international team will complete their tour of duty in mid December and Lt Cdr Pauvif’s wife and new baby are eagerly awaiting his return in time for Christmas.

    http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/News-and...131003-New-Job

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    I will not be surprise to see Chile deploy warships to help with the counter piracy....





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