SPS Almirante Juan De Borbon In Norfolk

Spanish warship SPS Almirante Juan De Borbon visits Naval Station Norfolk

02/14/2011 – The Spanish warship SPS Almirante Juan De Borbon sits pierside after arriving at Naval Station Norfolk, Jan. 12, for a port visit. Borbon will participate with the USS George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group during their upcoming Composite Unit Training Exercise and Joint Task Force Exercise underway period.

Credit Photos and Text: U.S. Second Fleet, 1/12/11

  • In the second photo, the Spanish warship SPS Almirante Juan De Borbon sits pierside after arriving at Naval Station Norfolk, Jan. 12, for a port visit.
  • In the third photo, Spanish sailors conduct line handling evolutions after the Spanish warship SPS Almirante Juan De Borbon pulled into Naval Station Norfolk, Jan. 12, for a port visit.
  • Almirante Juan de Borbón (F-102) is the second ship of the new F-100 class of air defence frigates entering service with the Spanish Navy in 2003.  It is one of the global class of allied warships carrying the Aegis system.  And it is the largest of the foreign warships carrying the system.

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