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UNITAS 46-05 CARIBBEAN PHASE

The U.S. legislature needs to write guidelines governing America’s use of force. Photo: U.S. Navy.

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Caribbean Sea (July 19, 2005) – A BQM-74E aerial target drone launches from the flight deck of the guided missile frigate USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG 58). The BQM-74E provides dynamic airborne threat simulation and supports the Fleet worldwide. Samuel B. Roberts is part of a multinational naval and coast guard force from six nations conducting UNITAS 46-05 Pacific Phase. The Colombian Navy in this year’s UNITAS Pacific Phase hosts Ecuador, Panama, Peru and the United States. During the two-week exercise, participating units have the opportunity to train as unified force in all aspects of naval operations, from maritime interdiction to anti-submarine and electronic warfare. U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command sponsors UNITAS exercises with the objective to foster cooperation and develop interoperability among the navies of the region. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Brian Brannon (RELEASED)

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