inshore patrol

inshore patrol

A naval defense patrol operating generally within a naval defense coastal area and comprising all elements of harbor defenses, the coastal lookout system, patrol craft supporting bases, aircraft, and Coast Guard stations.
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Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT) has received an order from Armscor the acquisition agency for the South African Department of Defence for three Inshore Patrol Vessels (IPV), 62 x 11 metres.
An inshore patrol craft attached to the North Central Naval Command, recovered the Glyphosate consignment along with the two Indians, when they attempted to smuggle the herbicide into Sri Lanka via sea in the guise of fishermen.
Pages from the official World War II War Diaries for the Commander of Inshore Patrol in New York City--all marked "SECRET"--detail the former luxury yacht's military movements.
We have one inshore patrol boat for a coastline longer than France's.
This dangerous work would be for the Inshore Patrol Flotilla, the idea of a serving MI6 officer, Ian Fleming, who later created the James Bond novels, of course.
Though it is often starved for funding compared to the larger military services, Papp said the Coast Guard has succeeded in keeping its fleet of smaller, inshore patrol boats up to date.
Based on a South African Navy requirement for a 20 mm system as primary armament for its future inshore patrol vessel and secondary weapon for future OPVs and auxiliary ships, and the Rogue family of remotely weapon systems (RWS) for 12,7rnm lightweight gun, South Africa's Reutech Solutions developed the Super Rogue 20 mm gun system.
The CAG's vetting reply to the House panel said that 72 per cent of the fast patrol vessels ( FPVs)/ inshore patrol vessels ( IPVs), 47 per cent of the advanced offshore patrol vessels ( AOPVs) and 37 interceptor boats ( IBs) were either on extended life or their extended life had expired.
31) Three small T-Craft inshore patrol boats of glass-reinforced-plastic sandwich construction, ordered in 1991, were commissioned in 2003.
Fincantieri signed a second contract with the UAE Navy in 2010 to deliver the Stealth Inshore Patrol Vessel -- Falaj 2 -- which features advanced stealth characteristics.
They were supplemented by a "motley collection" of sea-going vessels available from other organisations, including around 70 from the police, 50 from the Ministry of Defence Police, five Coastguard inshore patrol boats, and five cutters operated by the UK Border Agency.
Douglas King and John Berry observe that seabasing must be viewed as an interdependent and interconnected system of systems-everything from major combatants to inshore patrol craft, from surface and aerial connectors to cargo handling gear, and from command suites to medical centers.