suspicious boat people surrender.
WASHINGTON New Year’s Eve 2012, is running the first batch of 406 Chinese Navy escort mission to escort fleet the tenth installment of “sea” ships, successfully expelled five suspected pirate boats.
local time at 12:35 on December 31, 2011 (GMT 17:35), is the western waters of the Gulf of Aden to perform single-ship escort task of the Chinese navy escort fleet the tenth installment of “sea “ship and found the front left 40 degrees, a distance of 10 nautical miles with five suspicious speed boat is a foreign merchant to the formation near the close,” the sea “into an anti-piracy ship quickly deployed through international channels to VHF The ship promptly informed danger, and guide them to strengthen their prevention.
The understanding of foreign merchant ship in Italy for the Panamanian merchant ship “Silver Wave” number (SILVER WAVE), time of the incident, the vessel is at 12 knots with the Chinese naval escort fleet towards the same direction . Reporters saw the port side of the cab, trying to suspicious ships from multiple directions to the “silver wave” No. merchant close, “the sea” ship immediately Ming whistle and fired flares to warn, three suspicious boats with the shift away from the other 2 boats still close to the merchant.
critical moment, the fleet commander Lee’s Hung decisive order: “the sea” ship-based helicopter before the verification. According to the helicopter returned real-time images found that two boats who were 5, 7, are two-hook, without any fishing gear and carrying more than gasoline used in hanging and climbing ladders. “Sea” ship and ship-borne helicopters and blast bombs by firing flares to warn, two boats who surrender, immediately stop wandering, 30 minutes after the danger removed.
13 30 pm, suspected pirate boats in the formation of 8 nautical miles away, “Silver Wave” was leaving the merchant security, “the sea” ship-based helicopter returned, formation into normal duty status. (New)
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