Saturday, July 13

Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Naveed Ashraf visited warships at sea


Chief of  Naval Staff Admiral Naveed Ashraf visited warships at sea, creek areas of the coastal belt of Sindh and coastal areas of Balochistan to supervise the conduct of exercise Seaspark 2024 and meet soldiers deployed within the framework of the exercise. Exercise 
  Seaspark 2024 is a major maritime exercise of the Pakistan Navy conducted regularly  every two years on two force concepts: Blue Force (its own force) and Orange Force (its force). enemy). The purpose of the exercise is to plan and conduct naval operations according to combat procedures in order to verify the level of operational readiness, mobilize large personnel and practice coordination between different units of the PN to perform complex operations. 
 During operations at sea, PN warships and aircraft also detected Indian Navy ships, submarines and aircraft trying to secretly observe the exercise and interpret the Indian Navy's war plan. PN. Therefore, PN has made the necessary guarantees.During his visit to the Maritime Command in Karachi, the Chief of  Naval Staff received a briefing from the Commanders of the Orange and Blue Naval Forces on the conduct of operations by the respective forces. Later, the Naval Chief visited Keti Bandar Post Office and Pak Marine Battalion Headquarters  at Shah Bandar where he was briefed on the state of combat readiness to protect the Creeks areas forms the southeastern maritime border with India. During the visit, the Navy Commander interacted with soldiers deployed in 
 difficult swamp areas and appreciated their dedication and high spirit. 
 Later, the Naval Chief also visited the Jinnah Naval Base in Ormara and the naval vessels operating at sea. During these visits, CNS expressed  satisfaction with the excellent expertise, high morale and enduring determination of the Pakistan Navy in ensuring maritime inviolability. protect the homeland and reaffirm the determination of the Pakistan Navy to protect national maritime interests.
The Pakistan TimesChief of Naval Staff Admiral Naveed Ashraf visited warships at sea, creek areas of the coastal belt of Sindh and coastal areas of Balochistan to supervise the conduct of exercise Seaspark 2024 and meet soldiers deployed within the framework of the exercise.

Exercise Seaspark 2024 is a major maritime exercise of the Pakistan Navy conducted regularly every two years on two force concepts: Blue Force (its own force) and Orange Force (its force). Enemy).

The purpose of the exercise is to plan and conduct naval operations according to combat procedures in order to verify the level of operational readiness, mobilize large personnel and practice coordination between different units of the PN to perform complex operations.
During operations at sea, PN warships and aircraft also detected Indian Navy ships, submarines and aircraft trying to secretly observe the exercise and interpret the Indian Navy’s war plan. PN. Therefore, PN has made the necessary guarantees. During his visit to the Maritime Command in Karachi, the Chief of Naval Staff received a briefing from the Commanders of the Orange and Blue Naval Forces on the conduct of operations by the respective forces. Later, the Naval Chief visited Keti Bandar Post Office and Pak Marine Battalion Headquarters at Shah Bandar where he was briefed on the state of combat readiness to protect the Creeks areas forms the southeastern maritime border with India. During the visit, the Navy Commander interacted with soldiers deployed in difficult swamp areas and appreciated their dedication and high spirit.
Later, the Naval Chief also visited the Jinnah Naval Base in Ormara and the naval vessels operating at sea. During these visits, CNS expressed satisfaction with the excellent expertise, high morale and enduring determination of the Pakistan Navy in ensuring maritime inviolability. protect the homeland and reaffirm the determination of the Pakistan Navy to protect national maritime interests.

 

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