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Lt. Cmdr. Joshua Wilson, Royal Australian Navy and the Australian maritime Security Advisor to Palau gives a brief about the capabilities and bridge system of PSS Remeliik II to Capt. Nicholas Simmons, U.S. Coast Guard Forces Micronesia/Sector Guam commander, and Capt. Robert Kistner, the incoming commander, while in the Republic of Palau on May 14, 2024, part of a weeklong mission setting the stage for future collaboration and bolstering safe maritime navigation and security. This visit, in response to a request from Palau Marine Transportation, focused on an Aids to Navigation (ATON) Subject Matter Expert Exchange (SMEE). (U.S. Coast Guard photo)
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KOROR, Palau - Lt. Cmdr. Joshua Wilson, Royal Australian Navy and the Australian maritime Security Advisor to Palau gives a brief about the capabilities and bridge system of PSS Remeliik II to Capt. Nicholas Simmons, U.S. Coast Guard Forces Micronesia/Sector Guam commander, and Capt. Robert Kistner, the incoming commander, while in the Republic of Palau on May 14, 2024, part of a weeklong mission setting the stage for future collaboration and bolstering safe maritime navigation and security. This visit, in response to a request from Palau Marine Transportation, focused on an Aids to Navigation (ATON) Subject Matter Expert Exchange (SMEE). (U.S. Coast Guard photo)


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