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BAHRAIN-USA/
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November 02, 2014 
A trainer guides a sea lion back to its cage after it performed its duties during a media demonstration... 
Manama, Bahrain 
A trainer guides a sea lion back to its cage after it performed its duties during a media demonstration... 
A trainer guides a sea lion back to its cage after it performed its duties during a media demonstration of the International Mine Countermeasures Exercise (IMCMEX), at the U.S. Fifth Fleet naval base, part of U.S. Central Command headquarters in Manama, November 2, 2014. Sea lions equipped with lasers and sonar are deployed for the first time to detect and remove objects, as well as secure harbours and underwater areas which are hard to reach, according to officials. A total of 44 nations from six continents with more then 6,500 personnel are taking part in IMCMEX, the world largest naval exercise, which started on October 27, 2014. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed (BAHRAIN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
BAHRAIN-USA/
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November 02, 2014 
A sea lion with laser and sonar devices attached to its back jumps into a boat during a media demonstration... 
Manama, Bahrain 
A sea lion with laser and sonar devices attached to its back jumps into a boat during a media demonstration... 
A sea lion with laser and sonar devices attached to its back jumps into a boat during a media demonstration of the International Mine Countermeasures Exercise (IMCMEX), at the U.S. Fifth Fleet naval base, part of U.S. Central Command headquarters in Manama, November 2, 2014. Sea lions equipped with lasers and sonar are deployed for the first time to detect and remove objects, as well as secure harbours and underwater areas which are hard to reach, according to officials. A total of 44 nations from six continents with more then 6,500 personnel are taking part in IMCMEX, the world largest naval exercise, which started on October 27, 2014. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed (BAHRAIN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
BAHRAIN-NAVY-SECURITY/
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November 02, 2014 
A trainer feeds a fish to a sea lion as a reward after it performs its duties during a media demonstration... 
Manama, Bahrain 
A trainer feeds a fish to a sea lion as a reward after it performs its duties during a media demonstration... 
A trainer feeds a fish to a sea lion as a reward after it performs its duties during a media demonstration of the International Mine Countermeasures Exercise (IMCMEX), at the U.S. Fifth Fleet naval base, part of U.S. Central Command headquarters in Manama, November 2, 2014. Sea lions equipped with lasers and sonar are deployed for the first time to detect and remove objects, as well as secure harbours and underwater areas which are hard to reach, according to officials. A total of 44 nations from six continents with more then 6,500 personnel are taking part in IMCMEX, the world largest naval exercise, which started on October 27, 2014. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed (BAHRAIN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
VIETNAM/
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October 21, 2011 
Captain Ngo Quang Han (L) and chief engineer Vu Thanh Tron show the original engine of the HQ671 naval... 
Hai Phong, Vietnam 
Captain Ngo Quang Han and chief engineer Vu Thanh Tron show the original engine of HQ671 naval ship as... 
Captain Ngo Quang Han (L) and chief engineer Vu Thanh Tron show the original engine of the HQ671 naval ship as the ship anchors at a river in Vietnam's northern port city of Hai Phong October 21, 2011. The ship was produced in 1962 and is now still in use. It also used to be a member of the 125 Naval Transport Brigade, also known as the No Number Naval Ships. Established during the Vietnam war, the transport brigade was used by the Northern Communist Army to transport thousands of tonnes of weapons, food and medicine supplies and soldiers to reinforce the battle in the south. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY POLITICS) 
VIETNAM/
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October 21, 2011 
The HQ671 naval ship anchors at a river in Vietnam's northern port city of Hai Phong October 21, 2011.... 
Hai Phong, Vietnam 
The HQ671 naval ship anchors at a river in Hai Phong 
The HQ671 naval ship anchors at a river in Vietnam's northern port city of Hai Phong October 21, 2011. The ship was produced in 1962 and is still in use today. It was also a member of the 125 Naval Transport Brigade, also known as the No Number Naval Ships. Established during the Vietnam war, the transport brigade was used by the Northern Communist Army to transport thousands of tonnes of weapons, food and medicine supplies and soldiers to reinforce the battle in the south. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY POLITICS) 
PORTUGAL/
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March 28, 2011 
Britain's Prince Charles shares a laugh with Portuguese Navy rear-admiral Seabra de Melo (L) and captain... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
Britain's Prince Charles shares a laugh with Portuguese Navy rear-admiral de Melo and captain of the... 
Britain's Prince Charles shares a laugh with Portuguese Navy rear-admiral Seabra de Melo (L) and captain of the ship Sagres Luis Proenca Mendes during a visit at the Naval Academy in Alfeite March 28, 2011. Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall are on a three-day official visit to Portugal. REUTERS/Jose Sena Goulao/Pool (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS) 
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RTRKTZI 
March 24, 2003 
U.S. led coalition forces successfully intercepted and boarded four
Iraqi vessels containing nearly... 
Camp Patriot 
MINES TAKEN FROM FOUR IRAQI BOATS IN THE KHOR ABD ALLAH WATERWAY. 
U.S. led coalition forces successfully intercepted and boarded four
Iraqi vessels containing nearly 100 mines in the Khor Abd Allah
waterway, March 24, 2003. Each vessel was equipped with concealing
devices made of hollowed out 50-gallon barrels lined in rows to
simulate a cargo barge and tug. One vessel carried uniforms and
small-arms. Upon intercept, the mines were transported to Camp Patriot
by coalition vessels under the protection of seaward security forces
for further analysis and destruction. Coalition forces consider all
Iraqi tugs to be a threat to coalition forces in the area and are
constantly vigilant to anything that may be used to conceal naval
mines. REUTERS/Joseph Krypel/U.S. Navy photo/Handout

HK 
MEXICO ARGENTINA
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August 24, 2000 
Argentine businessman Ricardo Miguel Cavallo arrives at the capital's Interpol headquarters in the custody... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
RICARDO MIGUEL CAVALLO EX-DIRECTOR OF MEXICAN VEHICLE REGISTRATION DATABASE IS SDRIVEN INTO INTERPOL... 
Argentine businessman Ricardo Miguel Cavallo arrives at the capital's Interpol headquarters in the custody of agents after he was arrested at Cancun airport on his way to Argentina, August 24, 2000 after a Mexico City daily today alleged that he is in reality Miguel Angel Cavallo, an Argentine military officer accused of having been a torturer at the infamous Naval Mechanical School in Buenos Aires. Cavallo, who was running a contentious vehicle registration scheme in Mexico, took a flight to Buenos Aires after the newspaper printed it's story and is being held by th Interpol while they establish his real identity.

AW/JP 
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RTRGO5L 
August 26, 1998 
Members of Fighter Squadron 213 (VF-213) squeeze another F-14 "Tomcat" into Hangar 500 at Naval Air Station... 
Virginia Beach 
F-14 SQUEEZED INTO HANGAR AS HURICANE BONNIE APPROACHES. 
Members of Fighter Squadron 213 (VF-213) squeeze another F-14 "Tomcat" into Hangar 500 at Naval Air Station Oceana on August 25 in preparation for the approach of Hurricane Bonnie. Half a million people were ordered to evacuate the Carolina coast earlier in the day as the first major storm of the Atlantic season roared toward the U.S. eastern seaboard in full fury. ed/U.S.

ELD/AA 
USA
RTXIBFH 
May 22, 1998 
US President Bill Clinton, (L) Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton (C) and Academy Superintendent Admiral... 
Annapolis, USA 
US President Bill Clinton, (L) Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton (C) and Academy Superintendent A..... 
US President Bill Clinton, (L) Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton (C) and Academy Superintendent Admiral Charles R. Larson watch the Navy Blue Angels fly-over at the graduation and commissioning ceremonies for the U.S. Naval Academy class of 1998 May 22. The ceremony marks the completion of four years of naval training for the 908 graduates. 
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