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Such a grave allegation must be urgently investigated," she said, adding she will examine how the migrant ships were intercepted by different national coast guards, military vessels and EU border agency Frontex.
The INS Savitri will be deployed in close coordination with the ships and aircraft of the Seychelles Coast Guard and the Mauritian National Coast Guard.
Air Force and Coast Guard Appreciation: To honor the armed forces, the Sheraton will be observing National Air Force Day on August 1st and National Coast Guard Day on August 4th.
The ferry Enamaa was carrying far more than its capacity of up to 100 when a wave overturned it last night, said Captain Ibrahim Afzal, of the Maldives National Coast Guard.
Participating in the day's filming were officers from more than a dozen law enforcement agencies, including the Oxnard Police Department, the California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, the Santa Barbara Police Department and the National Coast Guard.
The program focuses on the sensor technology needs of such agencies as the Joint Forces, Army, Air Force, Navy, NASA, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Commerce (DoC), and National Coast Guard.
This will allow SkyLynx to market its Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) and security services for monitoring shipping and or smuggling activities, as well as supporting the efforts of the national Coast Guard.