MARITIME SECURITY TACTICAL PLANNING COURSE AT BARBADOS COAST GUARD

Participants from Barbados, RSS countries and independent Commonwealth Caribbean countries came together at the Barbados Coast Guard Headquarters, HMBS PELICAN, for a Maritime Security Tactical Planning Course, delivered by a training team from the Royal Navy (RN).

Those who attended were experienced Officers and Senior Rates involved in planning operations and tasks throughout the maritime domain.

Those who attended were experienced Officers and Senior Rates involved in planning operations and tasks throughout the maritime domain.

In addressing the graduates, Lieutenant Commander Mark Peterson, Commanding Officer (Ag) of the Barbados Coast Guard urged all participants to seize this moment as a valuable tool in developing networks with other islands while they share the same quarters. Plus the certificate is not just good for your CV, it must serve as a means of sharing and improving simultaneously;-

Lieutenant Commander Howard Clark, leader of the visiting Royal Navy Maritime Training Team explained the purpose and benefit behind the training;-


The participants have conducted practical planning and studied a number of areas, including the following topics:

National Strategy for Maritime Security, International Maritime Law, Rules of Engagement, Command and Control, Maritime Security Operations and Logistics, Maritime Tactical Planning. (CATEGORIES)

National Strategy for Maritime Security, International Maritime Law, Rules of Engagement, Command and Control, Maritime Security Operations and Logistics, Maritime Tactical Planning. (CATEGORIES)

The Course was fully funded by the British Government.

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