Ukrainian Navy Corvette Concludes Her Role in Active Endeavor

The Ukrainian Navy corvette Ternopil led by Capt. 3rd Rank Oleg Grygoriev completed all the tasks in the Mediterranean Sea assigned within the NATO anti-terrorist operation Active Endeavor and is now en route to Sevastopol.

The crew of the Ukrainian military ship completed the practical actions on monitoring of civil navigation.

The corvette steamed over 4,500 nautical miles. The ship inspected more than 75 surface ships, visited Suda Base (Crete, Greece) and Aksas-Karagach Base (Turkey).

Ternopil left Sevastopol on October 8 and will come back this Saturday.

Press Release, November 18, 2013; Image: Ukrainian MoD

 

 

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Posted on November 18, 2013

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