Coalition Officers Visit French Frigate

These photos show Coalition Officers visiting a deployed French frigate. The French naval ship was moored at Djibouti Port during its five-month deployment in the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean to support missions for Enduring Freedom and anti-piracy operations.

Credit: Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, August 14th, 2010


  • The first photo shows French Navy Lt. Loïc Boyer (center), 2nd anti-submarine warfare officer, pointing to the bridge of the French frigate warship Dupleix (D 641) as he gives coalition officers of Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa a tour Aug. 14.
  • The second photo shows Ethiopian Army Lt. Col. Sultan Ebu (left) and Kenyan Army Capt. Daniel Muvaa (2nd from left) listening to French Navy Lt. Loïc Boyer, 2nd anti-submarine warfare officer, who gave them and other African, European and Asian officers a tour of the bridge on the French frigate warship Dupleix (D 641) while moored at Djibouti‘s Port in the Gulf of Aden Aug. 14.
  • The third photo shows Mauritius Army Maj. Rassen Mardaymootoo (right) posing questions to French Navy Lt. Loïc Boyer, 2nd anti-submarine warfare officer, inside a passageway of the French frigate warship Dupleix (D 641) at Djibouti‘s Port in the Gulf of Aden Aug. 14.

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*** Posted on September 7th, 2010

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