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COAST GUARD PLAYS SMUGGLER FOR NAVY BOARDING DRILL Video, Photos Available

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Members of a boarding team from the Navy vessel USS Ingraham (FFG-61), home ported in Everett, Wash., came aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Alert, home ported in Astoria, Ore., to search for weapons and other contraband during a drill Wednesday. Ten members of the Alert's crew were hidden aboard the vessel playing the role of smugglers as part of the Trident Fury exercise on the waters west of Vancouver Island, B.C. Trident Fury is a joint training exercise developed by Canada's Joint Task Force (Pacific) Headquarters for the purpose of building a strong working relationship between the maritime and aviation forces of the United States and Canada. (05/17/2007)

051607-c-6414e-002.jpg (2307863 bytes)SEATTLE – Members of a boarding team from the Navy vessel Ingraham escort Ensign Ed Quinn of the Coast Guard Cutter Alert during a drill Wednesday.  Ten members of the Alert’s crew were hidden aboard the vessel playing the role of smugglers attempting to transport weapons and other contraband to an enemy nation as part of the Trident Fury exercise on the waters west of Vancouver Island, B.C.  Trident Fury is a joint training exercise developed by Canada’s Pacific Joint Task Force Headquarters for the purpose of building a strong working relationship between the maritime and aviation forces of the United States and Canada.

051607-c-6414e-003.jpg (2483171 bytes)SEATTLE – Chief Greg Zerfass of the Coast Guard Cutter Alert hands ship’s documents over to a boarding team member from the Navy vessel Ingraham during a drill Wednesday.  Ten members of the Alert’s crew were hidden aboard the vessel playing the role of smugglers attempting to transport weapons and other contraband to an enemy nation as part of the Trident Fury exercise on the waters west of Vancouver Island, B.C.  Trident Fury is a joint training exercise developed by Canada’s Pacific Joint Task Force Headquarters for the purpose of building a strong working relationship between the maritime and aviation forces of the United States and Canada. 

(Video)SEATTLE – Members of a boarding team from the Navy vessel Ingraham ready their weapons before moving to secure the Coast Guard Cutter Alert during a drill Wednesday.  Ten members of the Alert’s crew were hidden aboard the vessel playing the role of smugglers attempting to transport weapons and other contraband to an enemy nation as part of the Trident Fury exercise on the waters west of Vancouver Island, B.C.  Trident Fury is a joint training exercise developed by Canada’s Pacific Joint Task Force Headquarters for the purpose of building a strong working relationship between the maritime and aviation forces of the United States and Canada.

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