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Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and instructor at the leadership and management course, observes ANP as they shot at targets on a 9mm familiarization range Dec. 3. The ANP are attending a... More

US COAST GUARD Operation Podium

US COAST GUARD Operation Podium

United States Coast Guard Cutter Midgett, conducting maritime surveillance patrols in U.S. waters in support of Vancouver 2010 Olympic security efforts. Operation Podium is the Canadian Forces contribution to t... More

US COAST GUARD Operation Podium

US COAST GUARD Operation Podium

United States Coast Guard Cutter Cuttyhunk, conducting maritime surveillance patrols in U.S. waters in support of Vancouver 2010 Olympic security efforts. Operation Podium is the Canadian Forces contribution to... More

US COAST GUARD Operation Podium

US COAST GUARD Operation Podium

Capt. (Navy) Gilles Couturier, Commander of Joint Task Force Games' Maritime Component, Capt. Matthew Miller (centre), Commanding Officer of the United States Coast Guard Cutter (USCGC) Midgett, and Chief Warra... More

Vancouver 2010 Olympics

Vancouver 2010 Olympics

STRAIT OF GEORGIA - Rear Adm. Gary Blore, Thirteenth Coast Guard District Commander, receives a plaque from Capt. Gilles Couturier, Commander of the Maritime Operations Group, during a visit aboard Coast Guard ... More

Vancouver 2010 Olympics

Vancouver 2010 Olympics

STRAIT OF GEORGIA - Rear Adm. Gary Blore, Thirteenth Coast Guard District Commander, presents a plaque to Cmdr. Ron Pumphrey, Commander of Her Majesty's Canadian Ship Calgary, during a visit aboard the Calgary ... More

Vancouver 2010 Olympics

Vancouver 2010 Olympics

STRAIT OF GEORGIA - Rear Adm. Gary Blore, Thirteenth Coast Guard District Commander, presents a plaque to Capt. Matthew Miller, Commanding Officer of Coast Guard Cutter Midgett, and Lt. John Christensen, Comman... More

Vancouver 2010 Olympics

Vancouver 2010 Olympics

STRAIT OF GEORGIA - Rear Adm. Gary Blore, Thirteenth Coast Guard District Commander, presents a plaque to Superintendent Tom Jones of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) during a visit aboard Her Majesty's... More

US COAST GUARD Shiprider announcement

US COAST GUARD Shiprider announcement

Rear Admiral Keith Taylor, commander of the 13th Coast Guard District, walks with Assistant Commissioner Todd Shean, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and U.S. Consul General Anne Callaghan toward U.S. and Canadia... More

US COAST GUARD Shiprider announcement

US COAST GUARD Shiprider announcement

Rear Adm. Keith Taylor (center, right), commander of the 13th Coast Guard District, and Assistant Commissioner Todd Shean (center, left), Royal Canadian Mounted Police, stand with U.S. Coast Guard and RCMP law ... More

Coast Guard, RCMP train together

Coast Guard, RCMP train together

Petty Officer 2nd Class Aaron Demucha, maritime enforcement specialist from Coast Guard Sector Detroit, talks about training with Sergent Joe Czenze of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, during a Shiprider tra... More

Coast Guard, RCMP train together

Coast Guard, RCMP train together

Boat crewmembers from Coast Guard Station Belle Isle and Sector Detroit train with boat crewmembers from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, during a Shiprider training exercise on the Detroit River in between W... More

Coast Guard, RCMP train together

Coast Guard, RCMP train together

Petty Officer 2nd Class Aaron Demucha, a maritime enforcement specialist from Coast Guard Sector Detroit, trains with members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, during a Shiprider training exercise on the De... More

Coast Guard, RCMP train together

Coast Guard, RCMP train together

A boatcrew from Coast Guard Station Belle Isle trains with boat crewmembers from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, during a Shiprider training exercise on the Detroit River in between Windsor, Ontario, Canada ... More

Brian Kermer, constable of the Royal Canadian Mounted

Brian Kermer, constable of the Royal Canadian Mounted

Brian Kermer, constable of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, tells crewmembers from Coast Guard Station Bellingham some of the interesting cases they've had in the past, while showing them the different areas ... More

Prior to a mock vessel boarding exercise, U.S. Coast

Prior to a mock vessel boarding exercise, U.S. Coast

Prior to a mock vessel boarding exercise, U.S. Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Mounted Police students go over their instructions and notes during a “shiprider” training at the Maritime Law Enforcement Academy i... More

A joint boarding team comprised of U.S. Coast Guard

A joint boarding team comprised of U.S. Coast Guard

A joint boarding team comprised of U.S. Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Mounted Police personnel conducts safety checks on a sailing vessel in U.S. waters as part of the Shiprider program in Boundary Pass near W... More

Royal Canadian Mounted Police trained the Afghanistan

Royal Canadian Mounted Police trained the Afghanistan

Royal Canadian Mounted Police trained the Afghanistan National Police at the 9mm firing range Dec. 3 at the ANP Leadership and Management Course. Cpl. Candice McMackin RCMP range instructor said their focus is ... More

Members of Coast Guard Station Bellingham and the Royal

Members of Coast Guard Station Bellingham and the Royal

Members of Coast Guard Station Bellingham and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police discuss the plan of the day while moored up at Friday Harbor on the San Juan Islands, Wash., June 13, 2013. Both agencies particip... More

Prior to a mock vessel boarding exercise, U.S. Coast

Prior to a mock vessel boarding exercise, U.S. Coast

Prior to a mock vessel boarding exercise, U.S. Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Mounted Police students go over their instructions and notes during a “shiprider” training at the Maritime Law Enforcement Academy i... More

A joint boarding team, comprised of U.S. Coast Guard

A joint boarding team, comprised of U.S. Coast Guard

A joint boarding team, comprised of U.S. Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Mounted Police personnel, disembarks a sailing vessel in U.S. waters after conducting a joint boarding as part of the Shiprider program in... More

A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police surveys

A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police surveys

A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police surveys the crowd from aboard the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Constable Carriere, Aug. 4, 2016, during the Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival in Grand Haven, Michigan. ... More

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and instructor at the leadership and management course, looks at a target after the ANP ceased fire at a 9mm familirization range Dec. 3. The ANP are attend... More

Petty Officer 3rd Class Poul Angstadt, a boatswain's

Petty Officer 3rd Class Poul Angstadt, a boatswain's

Petty Officer 3rd Class Poul Angstadt, a boatswain's mate at Station Bellingham, and Malkeet Seehra, a constable for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, swap sea stories on the fan tail of the RCMP patrol boat, ... More

U.S. Coast Guard and RCMP students demonstrate a vessel

U.S. Coast Guard and RCMP students demonstrate a vessel

U.S. Coast Guard and RCMP students demonstrate a vessel boarding exercise April 15, 2014 for their “shiprider” training at the Maritime Law Enforcement Academy in Charleston, S.C. The Shiprider Program allows U... More

A joint boarding team comprised of U.S. Coast Guard

A joint boarding team comprised of U.S. Coast Guard

A joint boarding team comprised of U.S. Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Mounted Police personnel conducts safety checks on a recreational vessel in Canadian waters as part of the Shiprider program in Boundary Pa... More

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police tells an Afghan National Police trainee to aim lower when firing after examining the hits on a paper target. The ANP trained on the 9mm firing range at Camp... More

Members of Coast Guard Station Bellingham an the Royal

Members of Coast Guard Station Bellingham an the Royal

Members of Coast Guard Station Bellingham an the Royal Canadian Mounted Police participate in a shiprider operation that will allows members of each agency certain jurisdictions, under the opposing agencies gui... More

U.S. Coast Guard and RCMP students demonstrate a vessel

U.S. Coast Guard and RCMP students demonstrate a vessel

U.S. Coast Guard and RCMP students demonstrate a vessel boarding exercise April 15, 2014 for their “shiprider” training at the Maritime Law Enforcement Academy in Charleston, S.C. The Shiprider Program allows U... More

Law enforcement boat crews comprised of U.S. Coast

Law enforcement boat crews comprised of U.S. Coast

Law enforcement boat crews comprised of U.S. Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Mounted Police personnel conducting Shiprider operations transit through Canadian waters in Boundary Pass near South Pender Island, Br... More

Members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police listen

Members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police listen

Members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police listen as Vice Adm. Charles W. Ray, commander, Coast Guard Pacific Area, speaks at the 13th Coast Guard District change-of-command ceremony at Coast Guard Base Seat... More

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Lorant Haged, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and instructor at the Officer Leadership and Management Course, looks at a target after the ANP ceased fire at a 9mm familirization range Dec. 3. The ANP ar... More

Crewmembers from Station Bellingham tie the Royal Canadian

Crewmembers from Station Bellingham tie the Royal Canadian

Crewmembers from Station Bellingham tie the Royal Canadian Mounted Police patrol boat to their rescue boat as they prepare to show each other their areas of responsibility in both Canadian and American waters, ... More

A Coast Guard instructor grades a joint U.S. Coast

A Coast Guard instructor grades a joint U.S. Coast

A Coast Guard instructor grades a joint U.S. Coast Guard and RCMP student team demonstrating a vessel boarding exercise April 15, 2014, for their “shiprider” training at the Maritime Law Enforcement Academy in ... More

Petty Officer 2nd Class Peter Dewey, a maritime enforcement

Petty Officer 2nd Class Peter Dewey, a maritime enforcement

Petty Officer 2nd Class Peter Dewey, a maritime enforcement specialist from Station Bellingham, Wash., watches as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police patrol boat follows the Coast Guard's 45-foot rescue boat as b... More

Cpl. Tyrone Willushaw, a member of the Royal Canadian

Cpl. Tyrone Willushaw, a member of the Royal Canadian

Cpl. Tyrone Willushaw, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and Petty Officer 2nd Class Peter Dewey, a maritime enforcement specialist from Station Bellingham, Wash., discuss the various missions thei... More

Crewmembers from Station Bellingham ride along on the

Crewmembers from Station Bellingham ride along on the

Crewmembers from Station Bellingham ride along on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police patrol boat as it passes from American into Canadian waters, June 13, 2013. The Coast Guard and RCMP spent the day familiarizi... More

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