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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig View Post
    It's just that our Coast Guard is a civilian entity and has no connection to our military. They occasionaly may train with our SAR Techs (they are military) but other than that we are in not related to each other. Our navy handles most soverenty issues/patrols (except in te Arctic...thaats usualy a Coast Guard job as they have the icebreakers) and our AF handles Anti-submarine work.
    Interesting approach indeed... but I mean don't you guys face gangs with fastboats trying to carry drugs, **********s, immigrants and other illegal stuff in Canada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panchito12 View Post
    Not even small arms? So how do they get the US fishermen poaching in the Grand Banks to stop and allow boarding? 'Cause the fishermen ARE ARMED!

    Canadian politeness?
    Thats the Navy's job.

    Quote Originally Posted by enallos View Post
    Interesting approach indeed... but I mean don't you guys face gangs with fastboats trying to carry drugs, **********s, immigrants and other illegal stuff in Canada?
    Not so much. This ai'nt Miami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig View Post
    Thats the Navy's job.
    That's an tiny, highly overworked Navy. That's why there are poachers galore in Canadian waters.

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    In Germany its pretty much the same - though there actually is not even a single coast guard... different ships belong to different government agencies etc.. so the ships of the mnistry for agriculture and fishing etc might not have any weapons on board too. only maybe those who belong to the federal police or customs might have some pistols.. though i'm not even sure about this

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    Actualy the enforcment of law in Canadian waters is the responsability of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. They get assistance from the Coast Guard, the Navy and The Fisheries department but it is their mandate.

    Info on the Can Coasties here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Coast_Guard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig View Post
    Actualy the enforcment of law in Canadian waters is the responsability of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. They get assistance from the Coast Guard, the Navy and The Fisheries department but it is their mandate.

    Info on the Can Coasties here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Coast_Guard
    And they're armed, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panchito12 View Post
    And they're armed, right?
    They carry Smith and Wesson 9mm sidearms and they may have a 12ga with them............but thats about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig View Post
    Thats the Navy's job.



    Not so much. This ai'nt Miami.
    Or the Med! Here it's completely crazy since the early 90's.

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    The first of three ships in the Barentshav class. A couple of unusual things with these ships are that the propulsion is powered by liquefied natural gas, and the 40mm gun will be lowered below deck when not in use.





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    Hellenic Coast Guard







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    Hellenic Coast Guard (2)







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    Is this the Albanian flag under the Greek one, the location seems also to be the Albanian town of Vlora?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GjergjKastrioti View Post


    Is this the Albanian flag under the Greek one, the location seems also to be the Albanian town of Vlora?
    Sorry,I don't know for that my friend so I can't help you..

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    Hellenic Coast Guard (3)





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    i think that this just about covers it
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