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150516-N-IY633-012 COPENHAGEN, Denmark (May 16, 2015)

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150516-N-IY633-012 COPENHAGEN, Denmark (May 16, 2015)

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150516-N-IY633-012 COPENHAGEN, Denmark (May 16, 2015) – Sailors man the rails on the forecastle of Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 (SNMG2) Dutch ship HNLMS Tromp (F 803) as the ship prepares to moor in Copenhagen for a port visit. SNMG2 most recently participated in the anti-submarine warfare exercise Dynamic Mongoose in the North Sea. While in Copenhagen, the ships’ crews will explore the local culture and senior leadership will engage with local civic and military authorities. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Amanda S. Kitchner/Released)

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