Exercise BELL BUOY and naval control of shipping

Johnston, Phil
June 2013
Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs;Jun2013, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p41
Academic Journal
In an increasingly globalised world, the vulnerability and consequences of disruptions to seaborne trade have increased, while the ability of many nations to protect it has diminished. Within the Pacific and Indian oceans, various navies work together to discuss, plan and exercise for such contingencies. The BELL BUOY exercise program is a successful example of this naval cooperation.


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