Deploying with Expeditionary Strike Group 5, operations included tsunami relief efforts in Indonesia and maritime security operations in the North Arabian Gulf.
What does ESG stand for?
ESG stands for Expeditionary Strike Group
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- Exploitation Steering Group
- Embryonal Stem Cell Gene 1
- Expeditionary Strike Group/Carrier Strike Group (US DoD)
- Essex School Governors' Association (UK)
- Éveil Sportif Genas Azieu (French basketball club)
- European Studio Glass Art Association
- European Statistical Governance Advisory Board
- European Study Group on Antibiotic Policies
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- European Society of Gastrointestinal Abdominal Radiology
Samples in periodicals archive:
Frank Ponds, Commander, Expeditionary Strike Group Three
Navy warship, to command an expeditionary strike group at sea and to be promoted to three-star rank in the armed forces.
Two weeks into the operation, helicopters from Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) 5 arrived to relieve the Army helicopters, providing assistance from the sea.
US Coast Guard VBSS teams are a part of Expeditionary Strike Group 5, which was re-established last November to support amphibious forces deployed in the region, mine warfare, contingency response missions, maritime humanitarian aid and disaster relief operations within the US 5th Fleet area of responsibility.
The forward-deployed Essex (LHA 2) Expeditionary Strike Group took to the air, sea, and land in separate bilateral training evolutions with the armed forces of the Philippines, Korea, and Japan during a fall patrol that ended 4 December 2008.
Marines from the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Unit in Okinawa and sailors from the Essex Expeditionary Strike Group in Sasebo, both in Japan, and about 1,300 Philippine troops are participating in the two-week exercises dubbed Talon Vision and Amphibious Landing Exercises, according to a statement.
LCS will have the size, speed, endurance, and connectivity to deploy as a member of carrier strike groups, expeditionary strike groups, or surface strike groups.