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The Motor Vessel Hyundai Fortune burns in the Gulf of Aden, approximately 43 miles off the coast of Yemen.  

060321-O-9999N-006 Gulf of Aden (March 21, 2006) - The Motor Vessel Hyundai Fortune burns in the Gulf of Aden, approximately 43 miles off the coast of Yemen. The Royal Netherlands Navy ship HNLMS De Zeven Provincien (F802) and the command ship of Combined Task Force 150, rescued 27 people from Hyundai Fortune while conducting maritime security operations (MSO) in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in the area. CTF 150 is one of three coalition maritime task forces that conduct MSO under the direction of U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Patrick Walsh, Combined Maritime Forces Component Commander, based in Bahrain. Walsh also commands CTF 58 in the northern Persian Gulf and CTF 152, which is responsible for patrolling the central and southern Persian Gulf. Photo courtesy of the Royal Netherlands Navy (RELEASED)

 

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 The Motor Vessel Hyundai Fortune burns in the Gulf of Aden, approximately 43 miles off the coast of Yemen.  

060321-O-9999N-002 Gulf of Aden (March 21, 2006) - The Motor Vessel Hyundai Fortune burns in the Gulf of Aden, approximately 43 miles off the coast of Yemen. The Royal Netherlands Navy ship HNLMS De Zeven Provincien (F802) and the command ship of Combined Task Force 150, rescued 27 people from Hyundai Fortune while conducting maritime security operations (MSO) in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in the area. CTF 150 is one of three coalition maritime task forces that conduct MSO under the direction of U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Patrick Walsh, Combined Maritime Forces Component Commander, based in Bahrain. Walsh also commands CTF 58 in the northern Persian Gulf and CTF 152, which is responsible for patrolling the central and southern Persian Gulf. Photo courtesy of the Royal Netherlands Navy (RELEASED)

 

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The Motor Vessel Hyundai Fortune burns in the Gulf of Aden, approximately 43 miles off the coast of Yemen.  

060321-O-9999N-005 Gulf of Aden (March 21, 2006) - The Motor Vessel Hyundai Fortune burns in the Gulf of Aden, approximately 43 miles off the coast of Yemen. The Royal Netherlands Navy ship HNLMS De Zeven Provincien (F802) and the command ship of Combined Task Force 150, rescued 27 people from Hyundai Fortune while conducting maritime security operations (MSO) in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in the area. CTF 150 is one of three coalition maritime task forces that conduct MSO under the direction of U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Patrick Walsh, Combined Maritime Forces Component Commander, based in Bahrain. Walsh also commands CTF 58 in the northern Persian Gulf and CTF 152, which is responsible for patrolling the central and southern Persian Gulf. Photo courtesy of the Royal Netherlands Navy (RELEASED)

 

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