Trident Fury 2013

Trident Fury 13 will consist of a large naval component, including United States Ships (USS) Ford, Lake Champlain, and Spruance, United States Naval Ships (USNS) Carl Brashear, and a contingent of five Canadian warships and one Victoria-class submarine from Canadian Fleet Pacific. The exercise will test air and surface joint operations including live air and surface weapons firing, anti-submarine warfare training, maritime jurisdiction, and surveillance.

One of the Navy’s core responsibilities, according to Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert’s Sailing Directions, is to “foster and sustain cooperative relationships with an expanding set of allies and international partners to enhance global security.” U.S. Navy Sailors aboard USS Ford (FFG 54), USS Spruance (DDG 111) and USS Lake Champlain (CG 57) are executing that mission.


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