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4/6/09

TAURUS manevrous




On the ground we are observing ubelivable manevrous. Yesterday some group of parachuters from Fokker 27 has landed in Brussels. They was sent here as the replacment for the missing groups from Night of Long Knifes. They have best Maltan papers but the intension, well. They are just a suicidar soldiers for which going to the childrenhood, temple or market and detonate themself is great achievment. At Dupont April in the name of JP2, some not connected to his case groups thanks to Barosso list was removed and it looks that this Fokker air accident was just used as a smoke screen to move some death squadron here. Smiliar camufalge to polish CASA and spanish YAK-42... Well, our dear Commissioners and some European leaders are realy doing thier best to improve a security level of this city and institutions...

But also in other places of the world on the ground and water wee see intensification of this dangerous manevrous and 'new' strategy so simillar to Operation Condor and some others products of mad Kissinger dreams. When yesterday i have once againe listened to the magic 'nuclear' word on the Euronews it has ringed as alert in my ears. I was thinking about Sarajevo train and a long way that some plutonium package, the gift from Kadima to the Malta Order has made before ariving back at this magical island. I was wondering what they are going to do with it. And once again i has taked a look at my favorite Oper Taurus. Yes our 'bigest deployment to the Far East' has already visited this island and is on the way to the Georgian port of Poti. It is a perfect opportunity to celebrate 26 April, once again. And once again i was thinking how far some people are ready to go with thier war provocations. Yes, i was thinking about New Year in Amsterdam...






West Marines hone amphibious skills


ROYAL Marines from Taunton-based 40 Commando have been testing the waters of the eastern Mediterranean as part of a sweeping Royal Navy exercise.

The Commandos, who just a few weeks ago were training on the chilly beaches of the South West, have just finished honing their elite amphibious skills in Operation Taurus. As part of realistic drills, they conducted raids by night and day, leaping into the surf before moving inland to attack targets.

More: Western Morning News






ROYAL NAVY BRISTLING ON THE HIGH SEAS



The Royal Navy Task Group is the biggest deployment to the Far East in more than a decade and is getting ready to head into some of the most hazardous sea lanes inm the world - notorious for pirate attacks.

The 12 ships and Royal Marines of TAURUS 09 left the UK in February and have been training in the Mediterranean, practicing amphibious and anti-submarine warfare off the coasts of Cyprus and Turkey.

The Task Group has reduced in numbers for Phase Two and is now heading into the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden and the Indian Ocean.

This will culminate in a multi-national training package in the primary jungles of Brunei.

This will provide crucial training for the Royal Navy and its Royal Marines, many of whom have more recently been serving in a land environment during operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Speaking from his flagship HMS Bulwark as Phase One draws to an end, Commodore Peter Hudson CBE ADC, Commander UK Amphibious Task Group said:

"The main objective of the first phase of this deployment was to exercise the UK's Amphibious Task Group in a testing, challenging multi threat environment - for both the ships and the Royal Marines."

Ships involved in Phase One of TAURUS 09:

Landing Platform Dock (LPD) HMS BULWARK
Landing Platform Helicopter (LPH) HMS OCEAN
Type 23 Frigate HMS ARGYLL
Type 23 Frigate HMS SOMERSET
United States Navy Guided Missile Destroyer USS MITSCHER
French Navy Georges Leygues-class Frigate FS DUPLEIX
RFA MOUNTS BAY
RFA LYME BAY
RFA WAVE RULER
RFA FORT AUSTIN
HMS TALENT


Ships involved in Phase Two of TAURUS 09:

Landing Platform Dock (LPD) HMS BULWARK
Landing Platform Helicopter (LPH) HMS OCEAN
Type 23 Frigate HMS SOMERSET
United States Navy Guided Missile Destroyer USS MITSCHER
RFA WAVE RULER
HMS TALENT
HMS ECHO


Source: Observation Post Blog

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