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  1. Funeral prayers being offered for the martyred Pakistan Navy personnel. KARACHI: The funeral prayers of two Pakistan Navy personnel, Syed Hassan Raza (medical technician) and Khalil Murad (leading fireman) ? who were martyred on Monday ? were held on Tuesday. According to a press release, the personnel were martyred during a terrorist attack on a Pakistan Navy vehicle in Jiwani, Gwadar on Monday. Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah, who was present at the funeral in Karachi, condemned the gory attack on the Pakistan Navy personnel and consoled the bereaved families. The naval chief expressed his deep grief and sorrow over the incident, saying that such heinous and cowardly acts cannot deter the national resolve of Pakistan Navy to stand against terrorism. The admiral added that the sacrifices of the martyred people for national defence and to root out terrorism from the country are highly praiseworthy. He maintained that handful of terrorists cannot succeed in their nefarious design of destabilising the country. The naval chief reiterated that Pakistan Navy, in collaboration with other law-enforcement agencies, is committed to eradicate the menace of terrorism in the country. The admiral prayed for eternal peace of the martyred souls and grant of courage to the bereaved families to bear the loss and prayed for the swift recovery of those injured. Two Pakistan Navy personnel martyred in Jiwani gun attack Three other personnel were injured in the attack. The naval chief also visited the injured personnel at PNS Shifa hospital in Karachi and also met families of the deceased and injured. Besides Pakistan Navy senior officials, personnel of sister services, relatives, friends and a large number of people also attended the funeral.
  2. Two Pakistan Navy personnel were martyred and three injured when militants fired on a Navy vehicle in Jiwani city on Monday evening.
  3. A number of missing American sailors have been found dead in flooded areas of a destroyer that collided with a container ship off Japan's coast, the US Navy said Sunday. The sailors were missing for more than 24 hours after the USS Fitzgerald collided with a much larger container ship before dawn on Saturday, causing heavy damage and flooding areas of the destroyer. "A number of sailors' bodies that were missing from the collision between USS Fitzgerald...and a merchant ship have been found," the US 7th Fleet said in a statement. "As search and rescue crews gained access to the spaces that were damaged during the collision...the missing sailors were located in the flooded berthing compartments. "They are currently being transferred to Naval Hospital Yokosuka where they will be identified," it added. Japan's public broadcaster NHK updated an earlier report that claimed all seven missing sailors were found dead inside the ship, saying instead that "several" had been found. The accident sparked a major US-Japanese search and rescue operation. The 154-metre (500-foot) Fitzgerald was pulled by a tugboat back to its base in Yokosuka, south-west of Tokyo, on Saturday, where divers searched damaged areas of the guided missile destroyer. The 222-metre Philippine-flagged ACX Crystal had large scrapes on its bow, but none of its 20 crew were injured, Japan's coastguard said. The accident happened 56 nautical miles (104 kilometres) south-west of Yokosuka, in a busy shipping channel that is a gateway to major container ports in Tokyo and nearby Yokohama. The missing sailors have not been identified. "The families are being notified and being provided the support they need during this difficult time," the Navy said. "The names of the Sailors will be released after all notifications are made." The cause of the accident is under investigation.
  4. WASHINGTON: A United States Navy destroyer ? USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) ? collided with a merchant ship, 56 nautical miles south-west of Japan's Yokosuka, late Friday night, the American naval warfare services said. The US Navy in its statement mentioned it has consequently requested assistance from the Japanese coast guard, while the extent of US personnel injuries is currently "being determined". "The extent of damage is being determined. [?] The incident will be investigated," the US Navy stated. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is made available
  5. Two US Navy vessels have arrived in Doha to take part in a joint military exercise with the Qatari Emiri Navy, reported Qatar News Agency (QNA) QNA. But it was unclear if the arrival of the two warships was planned before the Gulf rift or was a sign of support from the Pentagon. Qatar, a major ally of the US and other Western countries, has been in the spotlight since four major Arab powers, including Saudi Arabia and Egypt, severed their ties with the country and accused it of supporting terrorism and working secretly with Iran, the arch-foe of the Saudis. Qatar hosts the biggest US military base in the Middle East with 11,000 troops deployed to or assigned to Al Udeid Air Base. More than 100 aircraft operate from there. The Pentagon last week renewed praise of Qatar for hosting a vital US airbase and for its "enduring commitment to regional security," after four Arab countries cut ties with the Gulf ally. The Pentagon reassurance differed from the US President Donald Trump comments that applauded the decision, via Twitter. The crews of the two vessels were received by Qatari navy officers, QNA said, citing a statement from the country's defence ministry. Turkey sent its foreign minister to Qatar as part of a drive to resolve the crisis. Kuwait, a neighbour and a member of the Gulf Cooperation Council also has been mediating.
  6. A visiting ship of PLAN docked at Karachi harbour. -Pakistan Navy KARACHI: Three warships of the Peoples Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) arrived in Karachi port on Saturday for a goodwill and training visit, said a statement released by the Pakistan Navy. The PLAN ships, Chang Chun, Jing Zhou and Chao Hu are part of a task group commanded by Deputy Commander East Sea Fleet Rear Admiral Shen Hao. The statement added the visiting task group will also hold a Passage Exercise (PASSEX) with Pakistan Navy ships to enhance interoperability between the two navies. The men and officers of the visiting ships are also expected to hold professional discussions and interactions with their compatriots from the PN on subjects of mutual interest, added the statement released. Chinese officials welcoming the PLAN ships. -Pakistan Navy The visiting crews will take part in operational training activities, joint interactive sessions and table top discussions on professional topics. Official calls on senior PN officers and civilian dignitaries along with social events are also planned as part of the visit. Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah also visited the ships of the Chinese flotilla and was presented an honour guard by a contingent of PLAN sailors. ?Pak-China friendship is highly valued and the continued cooperation between them has proven to be a source of strength for both the countries,? said the naval chief. He added that the visit is ?expected to enhance interoperability and maritime collaboration between the two navies?.
  7. Richard Spencer, a leader and spokesperson for the so-called ?alt-right? movement, speaks to the media at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland, US. February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts President Donald Trump plans to nominate Richard Spencer, who has worked as a financial industry executive, to be Secretary of the Navy, the White House said on Friday. Spencer also served as a captain in the US Marine Corps and spent five years on the Defense Business Board, most recently as Vice Chairman, the White House said in a statement.
  8. About 266kg heroin, 455kg cannabis were seized from a dhow in Indian Ocean on Thursday morning. Photo: UK's Ministry of Defence Royal Navy frigate HMS Monmouth, known as the ?Black Duke?, seized 266 kilogrammes heroin and 455kg cannabis resin, with a total street value in the UK of around £65m from a vessel in Indian Ocean. The contrabands, which were hidden in the freezer of a fishing ship, were later destroyed by the British soldiers. The suspicious dhow was intercepted by two teams of the British war ship in the Indian Ocean in an area not normally known for fishing. The teams, comprising Royal Marines from 43 Commando Fleet Protection Group and the other of Royal Navy search specialists , spent 60 hours painstakingly scouring the vessel for narcotics, before eventually finding them hidden in a freezer beneath three tonnes of ice. "Such a substantial seizure of drugs will deal a significant blow to the international narcotics trade which is known to provide funding for terrorist organisations,? said HMS Monmouth's Commanding Officer Ian Feasey. Lieutenant Alison Ross, one of HMS Monmouth's boarding officers, said: "After such a long search I had doubts we would find anything, but the reactions of the crew to our activity in certain areas was enough to convince us that there was illegal cargo. HMS Monmouth will now continue her patrols of the Indian Ocean as part of Combined Task Force 150 (CTF150), a coalition of warships with a mission to promote maritime security in order to counter terrorist acts and related illegal activities, which terrorists use to fund or conceal their movements.
  9. ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah met with Commandant Marine Corps, Maj Gen Bambang Suwantono, and Commandant Western Fleet Command, Rear Admiral Aan Kumia of Indonesia while on an official visit to Indonesia, a press release by the Navy’s media wing said. Upon his arrival at Marines Base and Western Fleet Command Headquarters, Admiral Zakaullah was presented Guard of Honour. During the meeting with Maj Gen Bambang Suwantono, diverse matters of professional interest ranging from Maritime security and stability, Coalition Maritime Campaign Plan (CMCP), counter-piracy operations, drug trafficking were discussed. Various avenues to enhance interoperability between Pakistan and Indonesian Navy were also dilated upon. Admiral Zakaullah also highlighted Pakistan’s commitment and performance in fight against terrorism in general and Pakistan Navy’s efforts for maintaining regional peace and security in particular. Gen Suwantono acknowledged strong foundations and historical ties between Pakistan and Indonesia. He also lauded Pakistan Navy’s efforts and focused commitments in support of collaborative maritime security in the region and extending cooperation in diverse fields to Indonesian Navy. Admiral Zakaullah alos called on Commandant Fleet Command, Rear Admiral Aan Kumia. Upon his arrival at Western Fleet Command Headquarters at Jakarta, Indonesia, he was warmly welcomed by Rear Admiral Kumia and was also given detailed briefings regarding western Fleet Command of the Indonesian Navy. During the meeting, professional matters of mutual interest came under discussion. Admiral Zakaullah appreciated the professionalism and commitment of Indonesian Navy officers and men. The commandant Western Fleet Command lauded the role and contributions of Pakistan Navy in spearheading various initiatives for maintaining peace and stability in the region.
  10. Adding another feather to its cap, The Indian Navy has successfully test-fired a missile from the first ever made in India Scorpene submarine, called the Kalvari. The sub fired an Exocet SM 39 missile at a decommissioned tugboat. © BCCL The Kalvari can carry up to 18 torpedoes and travel 1,020 kms underwater. The Lkalvari is a part of Project 75, under which the Indian Navy was authorized to build six submarines in collaboration with French firm DCNS. The last submarine to be built in India was actually commissioned to the Navy and was called Shankul. The other 5 submarines will roll-out in the following nine months. More specifications of the Submarine are still to be revealed. © indianexpress