Greek Frigate Joins EU Counter Piracy Operation

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Friday, February 21, 2014
Photo: EU NAVFOR

Hellenic Navy warship, HS Psara joined EU Naval Force Somalia, Operation Atalanta Wednesday, February 20. The Greek Navy frigate left the Salamina Naval Base on Thursday, February 13.

HS Psara will be part of the EU’s counter-piracy operation in the Horn of Africa and Western Indian Ocean for a period of three months. The warship previously participated in EU Naval Force between December 2008 to April 2009.

HS Psara is a Hydra class frigate and was commissioned into the Greek Navy in 1998. The multirole frigate, which has a crew of 198, carries a wide mix of sensors and armaments, including one Sikorsky S-70B Seahawk helicopter.

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  • Photo: EU NAVFOR

    Photo: EU NAVFOR

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