Tradewinds 2011


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Room Clearing Room Clearing
Several Caribbean soldiers and police officers demonstrate room clearing tactics they learned from the FBI during a distinguished visitor visit March 18. The FBI had...
HAZMAT Trainer HAZMAT Trainer
Displayed is the training area utilized to train 31 soldiers, firemen and police officers from Antigua and Barbuda in the subject area of hazardous material response....
Launch the small boat Launch the small boat
A boarding team from the Trinidad and Tobago Ship Gaspar Grande and Ens. James Heuser, an observing boarding officer from the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Diligence get...
Coast Guard Auxiliary provides communication support to Tradewinds 2011 Coast Guard Auxiliary provides communication support to...
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary's Team Mercury, a group that has the ability to function independently and provide backup communications support in a forward area,...
Weapons safety is primary Weapons safety is primary
Petty Officer 1st Class Ian Keane, a gunner's mate onboard U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Diligence and native of Champaign, Ill., describes the procedures for safely...
Jungle Warfare Training Jungle Warfare Training
Staff Sgt. Benigno Cab, a jungle warfare instructor with the Belize Defense Force, instructs a class of more than 30 U.S. Marines from Company I, 3rd Battalion, 24th...



Recent News Stories

Exercise Tradewinds 2011 Comes to a Close Exercise Tradewinds 2011 Comes to a Close
This year marked the 27th annual iteration of exercise Tradewinds.
The Hazards of HAZMAT The Hazards of HAZMAT
The hazardous material training begins with a simple scenario. Several Marines from the Environmental Services Detachment D posing as victims begin to cough and cry...
Heave to and prepare to be boarded Heave to and prepare to be boarded
The second day of Exercise Tradewinds 2011’s fleet track field training exercise began on the morning of March 15.
Coast Guard Auxiliary provides communication support to Tradewinds 2011 Coast Guard Auxiliary provides communication support to...
Members of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary have traveled to Antigua and Barbuda to support communications for Exercise Tradewinds 2011.
Maritime marksmanship refresher Maritime marksmanship refresher
As the sun rose on March 12, the six vessels that make up the fleet track of Exercise Tradewinds 2011 got under way from the Nevis Street Pier in St. John’s,...
FBI Trains Law Enforcement Officers as Part of Tradewinds 2011 FBI Trains Law Enforcement Officers as Part of...
On March 10, 2011, approximately 40 partner nation law enforcement officers received training from FBI Special Agents at the Camp Crabbs Training facility, Antigua...