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ARC Tayrona

ARC Tayrona U 209/1200 In UNITAS naval operation



ARC Tayrona
Ghost-Member, Jun 17, 2004

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      US Navy, US Coast Guard and Armada Republica de Columbia (ARC) Navy ship underway sailing in formation in the Caribbean Sea, while participating in the multi-national exercise Unitas 44-03, on 22 February 2003. Unitas is the premier naval exercise conducted in the Americas designed to build lasting friendships while increasing the capability of US Naval forces to operate as a multinational coalition.
      Pictured background-to-foreground are the Pijao (209 type 1200) class submarine, ARC Tayrona (SS-28), The Military Sealift Command (MSC) Victorious class Ocean Surveillance Ship, USNS Able (T-AGOS 20), The Los Angeles class attack submarine, Springfield (SSN-761), and the USCG Famous class Cutter Spencer (WMEC-905).
      http://www.navsource.org/archives/08/08761.htm
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