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    I was reading an article recently and It mentioned a Joint Deployment Plan involving a British Fisheries Officer working on board the LE Aoife and an Irish Inspector working on board HMS Severn.

    Does this happen often?

  • #2
    Happened in 1988 where we had a pair of euro fishery protection aboard Eithne for aweek so I would say its not uncommon.
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    • #3
      pity we can't so more 'joint' operations.
      RGJ

      ...Once a Rifleman - Always a Rifleman... Celer et Audax

      The Rifles

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      • #4
        Originally posted by RoyalGreenJacket View Post
        pity we can't so more 'joint' operations.
        Ever heard of Ex Medical Bridge.

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        • #5
          nope - enlighten me.
          RGJ

          ...Once a Rifleman - Always a Rifleman... Celer et Audax

          The Rifles

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          • #6
            Actually, according to NATO doctrine, an OP or EX with 2 or more countries involved is "combined"; "joint" means more then one Service (IE: Army and Air Force) are involved.
            "On the plains of hesitation, bleach the bones of countless millions, who on the very dawn of victory, laid down to rest, and in resting died.

            Never give up!!"

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            • #7
              We do have joint ops. We just never invite you.


              Catch-22 says they have a right to do anything we can't stop them from doing.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Goldie fish View Post
                We do have joint ops. We just never invite you.
                Likewise
                RGJ

                ...Once a Rifleman - Always a Rifleman... Celer et Audax

                The Rifles

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                • #9
                  SFPA Website on Joint Deployment Plan

                  Press Release 29th January 2009
                  New Measures to Protect Vulnerable Cod Stocks
                  - Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority to Join Forces with other
                  EU Fishery Control Agencies -
                  The Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA) will shortly participate in a
                  Joint Deployment Plan with other EU control agencies to conduct inspections
                  of fishing activity in the Irish Sea, and of landings of Cod during February and
                  March 2009. The Joint Deployment Plan will be conducted as part of the
                  European Cod Recovery Plan, with a particular focus on the examination of
                  onboard catch composition, fishing gear being used, landings of cod and the
                  compliance with ‘days at sea’ entitlements. Fishing vessels of all nationalities
                  present in these waters will be inspected. The Joint Deployment Plan will be
                  conducted under the direction of the Community Fisheries Control Agency
                  (CFCA) based at Vigo, Spain, and will draw from the expertise of fisheries
                  inspection staff and patrol assets from Ireland, England, Scotland, Northern
                  Ireland, Belgium, Wales and the Isle of Man
                  .


                  In 2004 the European Union brought in regulations to put in place measures
                  specifically to help the recovery of cod following scientific advice that cod
                  stocks were in serious decline and prone to collapse. The Marine Institute has
                  recently published scientific advice in its 2008 Stock Book (available at:
                  http://www.marine.ie/home/publicatio...he+Stock+Book/)
                  confirming that cod stocks in the Irish Sea remain very vulnerable and that
                  only minimal catches should be allowed along with a strong control and
                  enforcement effort.

                  Peter Whelan, Chairman of the Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority said: “The
                  SFPA welcomes this joint agency operation being coordinated by the
                  Community Fisheries Control Agency. I believe this work will further assist the
                  recovery of fragile cod stocks in the Irish Sea. This joint agency approach also ensures the uniform application of the rules of the Common Fisheries Policy
                  by all Member States involved and promotes a level playing field for the
                  fishermen operating in the Irish Sea.”

                  http://sfpa-ie.access.secure-ssl-ser...ble-cod-stocks
                  Last edited by Dogwatch; 20 September 2009, 21:10.

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                  • #10
                    The DF do joint ops and training exchanges with many many other forces just dont need to make it very public .
                    GOd Blees ouur neutarality

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                    • #11
                      I read somewhere recently that the NS were involved in a Nato exercise of some sort..


                      Catch-22 says they have a right to do anything we can't stop them from doing.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by spud68 View Post
                        The DF do joint ops and training exchanges with many many other forces just dont need to make it very public .
                        GOd Blees ouur neutarality
                        nobody 'needs to' but why not make it public if it's a good thing?
                        RGJ

                        ...Once a Rifleman - Always a Rifleman... Celer et Audax

                        The Rifles

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                        • #13
                          Because of the large crusty element in the media would blow it out of all proportion and claim NATO were conscripting our 12 year olds to go off and fight in the congo...


                          Catch-22 says they have a right to do anything we can't stop them from doing.

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                          • #14
                            Since our last update HMS Severn has been busy carrying out Fishery Protection duties around the UK with stand-offs in Dover, Newcastle and Portsmouth. The middle of February saw Severn working in consort with the Irish Fisheries Agency on a Joint Deployment Plan (JDP) in the Irish Sea. The operation involved a British Fisheries Officer working on board the Irish Naval Vessel AOIFE and an Irish Inspector working on board Severn. This proved a successful operation and many lessons were identified for future JDPs. The patrol culminated with Severn detaining a vessel for illegal fishing.

                            20th Apr 2009

                            http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/operatio.../severn-update

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                            • #15
                              RGJ
                              The neutral band wagon would be rolled out and every pinko lefty tree hugging sure the world love's us nutter , would be up in arms . decrying the goverment for dragging the DF in to help evil nato with shooting dolphins and planting C4 into baby polar bears dinners.
                              The real news and issue would get lost in the emotional bombardment they use as an argument .

                              Just to stop people thinking I am a right wing shoot the lot and let god sort it out type:
                              I have been paid up member of green peace, and marched with polish solidarity in 1990 to the pub I admit but still marched and once saved a penguin from drowning .

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