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(U) WORLDWIDE: Worldwide Threat to Shipping (WTS) Report
7 June - 6 July 2016
7 July 2016

(U) Table of Contents


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(U) Scope Note


(U) Summary
(U) Counter-Piracy and Maritime Crime Announcements and Advisories
(U) Details: Monthly Incidents by Region
(U) Appendix A: Further Contact Information and Resources
(U) Appendix B: Terminology and References

1. (U) Scope Note


(U) The Worldwide Threat to Shipping (WTS) message provides info on piracy threats to, and criminal action
against, merchant vessels and the shipping industry worldwide in the last 30 days. This report is produced primarily
to inform merchant mariners and naval forces.

2. (U) Summary
A. (U) NIGERIA: On 4 July, suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed two trunk lines in Batan
Community, Warri South West Council Area of Delta State.
B. (U) NIGERIA: On 4 July, suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed a crude oil transport manifold and a
large pipeline attached to it in Delta State.
C. (U) GUINEA: On 3 July, six robbers in a boat armed with machine guns and knives boarded a heavy lift vessel
anchored in Conakry Anchorage.
D. (U) NIGERIA: On 3 July, suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed two oil wells near the Abiteye flow
station, in Delta state.
E. (U) NIGERIA: On 2 July suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed two oil pipelines connected to Batan
flow station in Delta State.
F. (U) NIGERIA: On 2 July suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants attacked a pipeline surveillance team in the
same area of the Batan Flow Station shortly after the bombing of that facility.
G. (U) NIGERIA: On 2 July, suspected pirates killed three workers of an international oil Company in Bayelsa State.
H. (U) NIGERIA: On 1 July, suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed an oil pipeline connecting to an oil
refinery in Warri.
I. (U) MARTINIQUE: On 1 July a robber boarded a sailing yacht anchored in Ansa Mitan.

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J. (U) SINGAPORE: On 1 July, Police Coast Guard officials arrested three men and impounded a vessel after an
inspection revealed 1,515 cartons of undeclared cigarettes in a cargo hold.
K. (U) LIBYA: On 30 June, Libyan forces intercepted and arrested the tanker TEMETERON on suspicion of oil
smuggling.
L. (U) BANGLADESH: On 30 June, seven fishermen were abducted by robbers from the Bay of Bengal in
Patharghata of Barguna in separate incidents.
M. (U) MALAYSIA: On 30 June Malaysian authorities detained two Thailand-flagged fishing vessels and arrested
10 crewmen after a search of the vessels revealed evidence of fuel smuggling.
N. (U) CHINA: On 29 June, police in Shenzhen searched a suspicious fishing boat and found 370 individually
wrapped iPhones that were being smuggled under a cargo of fish.
O. (U) INDONESIA: On 28 June, ten pirates boarded a tanker 26 nm west-southwest of Mangkai Island.
P. (U) PERU: On 26 June, robbers boarded an anchored bulk carrier in Callao Anchorage.
Q. (U) DOMICAN REPUBLIC: On 25 June, a robber boarded a sailing yacht anchored in Santa Barbara de
Samana.
R. (U) PUERTO RICO: On 20 June, robbers boarded an anchored sailing yacht in Isabel Segunda, Vieques.
S. (U) ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES: On 9 June, robbers stole an outboard engine attached to the back
of a sailing yacht anchored in Union Clifton Harbor.
T. (U) ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES: On 2 June, robbers boarded an anchored sailing yacht in Canouan
Charlestown Bay.

3. (U) Counter-Piracy and Maritime Crime Announcements and Advisories


A. (U) GULF OF ADEN: Government of Japan convoy schedule for July 2016. To apply for JMSDF escort, visit
http://www.mlit.go.jp/en/maritime/maritime_fr2_000000.html, please contact directly the Anti-Piracy Contact and
Coordination Office, Maritime Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MILT), Japan: Tel:
+81-3-5253-8932; Fax: +81-3-5253-1643. Email: INFO-PIRACY@mlit.go.jp. (MSCHOA)
B. (U) GULF OF ADEN: Korean Navy convoy schedule for July 2016. All merchant vessels wishing to join
the convoy group must submit their application forms directly to the ROK naval warship carrying out the mission.
The ROK MTG can be reached directly at INMARSAT: 1-203-346-7633. Email: bluegun21@navy.mil.kr.
(MSCHOA)
C. (U) GULF OF ADEN: Chinese Navy convoy schedule for July 2016. For further information, please email planavy@navy.mil.cn, or call Tel: 00870 773 120 807; or 441 221 894. (MSCHOA)
D. (U) GULF OF ADEN: Indian Navy convoy escort schedule for July 2016. To register, email
dgcommcentre-dgs@nic.in; or visit www.dgshipping.com. Telephone numbers for contact are: 91-2222614646 or fax at 91-22-22613636. (MSCHOA)
E. (U) GULF OF ADEN: Russian Navy convoy escort schedule for July 2016. For further information email smb@msecurity.ru; isps@msecurity.ru; or fax +7 (499) 642-83-29. (MSCHOA)

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4. (U) Details: Monthly Incidents by Region


(U) This section lists reports of active violence against shipping, credible threats to shipping, or the potential for a
situation to develop into a direct threat to shipping over the last 30 days. Every effort is made to ensure that
incidents are not double-counted. In the event double-counting is detected, or an incident is later learned to be
different than initially reported, an explanation of the cancellation of the inaccurate report will be made in at least
one message prior to dropping the erroneous report.
A. (U) NORTH AMERICA: No current incidents to report.
B. (U) CENTRAL AMERICA - CARIBBEAN - SOUTH AMERICA:

Figure 1. Central America - Caribbean South America Piracy and Maritime Crime

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Figure 2. Central America - Caribbean South America Piracy and Maritime Crime
1. (U) MARTINIQUE: On 1 July, a robber boarded a sailing yacht anchored in Ansa Mitan. The robber was able to
steal a small outboard motor. Local authorities notified. (www.noonsite.com)
2. (U) PERU: On 26 June, robbers boarded an anchored bulk carrier near position 12:01 S 077:11 W, Callao
Anchorage. The robbers escaped with ships stores unnoticed. The theft was discovered by the duty crew during
routine rounds at the forecastle. Incident was reported to the Port Authorities and Police through the local agents.
(IMB)
3. (U) DOMICAN REPUBLIC: On 25 June, a robber boarded a sailing yacht anchored in Santa Barbara de
Samana. The yacht owner scared the robber away. Nothing stolen. Local authorities notified. The following day,
local authorities stated they had detained a local man on a nearby beach. (www.noonsite.com)
4. (U) PUERTO RICO: On 20 June, robbers boarded an anchored sailing yacht in Isabel Segunda, Vieques. They
were able to steal a small outboard motor, boat hook, and personal items. Local authorities notified.
(www.noonsite.com)
5. (U) ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES: On 9 June, robbers stole an outboard engine attached to the back of
a sailing yacht anchored in Union Clifton Harbor. Local authorities notified. (www.noonsite.com)
6. (U) ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES: On 2 June, robbers boarded an anchored sailing yacht in Canouan
Charlestown Bay. The robbers were able to steal a substantial amount of cash. (www.noonsite.com)
7 (U) COLOMBIA: On 25 June, robbers boarded an anchored product tanker and escaped with ships properties
unnoticed, near position 10:18 N 075:32 W, Mamonal Tanker Anchorage. The theft was discovered by the deck
crew while performing routine work near the forepeak store room. Alarm raised and crew mustered. Investigations
indicated the robbers had gained access to the vessel via the hawse pipe. Incident reported to port control and
coast guard. (IMB)

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8. (U) BAHAMAS: On 13 June, fishermen on a Dominican Republic registered fishing vessel fired upon Her
Majestys Bahamian Ship (HMBS) CASCARILLA while Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marines were
attempting to board it in the Cay Lobos area. The crew of the vessel was engaged in illegal fishing at the time of the
incident. Following an exchange of gunfire, the fishing vessel attempted fled towards Cuban territorial waters. When
the fishing vessel entered Cuban waters, the HMBS CASCARILLA called off the chase. The Cuban Border Guard
was later informed that the suspected Dominican vessel had entered their waters. (www.tribune242.com)
C. (U) ATLANTIC OCEAN AREA: No current incidents to report.
D. (U) NORTHERN EUROPE - BALTIC: No current incidents to report.
E. (U) MEDITERRANEAN - BLACK SEA: No current incidents to report.

Figure 3. Mediterranean - Black Sea


Piracy and Maritime Crime
1. (U) LIBYA: On 30 June, Libyan forces intercepted and arrested the tanker TEMETERON on suspicion of oil
smuggling. The vessel is currently being held in Tripoli. The ship had departed Malta enroute Zuwarah, Libya with a
cargo of benzene.(www.fleetmon.com)

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(U) WEST AFRICA

Figure 4. West Africa Piracy and Maritime Crime

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Figure 5. West Africa Piracy and Maritime Crime


1. (U) NIGERIA: On 4 July, suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed two trunk lines belonging to the
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, in Batan Community, Warri South West Council Area of Delta State. (All
Africa Global Media)
2. (U) NIGERIA: On 4 July, suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed a crude oil transport manifold and a
large pipeline attached to it in the Makarava area of Delta State. (All Africa Global Media)
3. (U) GUINEA: On 3 July, six robbers in a boat armed with machine guns and knives boarded a heavy lift vessel
anchored near position 09:23 N 013:41 W, Conakry Anchorage. They attacked the duty officer causing injuries
and took the second officer hostage. They opened fire to threaten the crew members and damaged the
accommodation area. They robbed the crew members of their cash and personal belongings before escaping.
Master tried to contact the port control, but received no response. The incident was reported to Port Authorities
through the local agents. After an hour a security boat came to the location. (IMB)
4. (U) NIGERIA: On 3 July, suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed two oil wells operated by Chevron
near the Abiteye flow station, in Delta state. (Reuters)
5. (U) NIGERIA: On 2 July, suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed two oil pipelines connected to Batan
flow station in Delta State, operated by Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, a subsidiary of the Nigerian
National Petroleum Corporation NNPC. (Reuters)
6. (U) NIGERIA: On 2 July suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants attacked a pipeline surveillance team in the
same area of the Batan Flow Station shortly after the bombing of that facility. (Reuters)
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7. (U) NIGERIA: On 2 July, armed gang suspected to be sea pirates, killed three workers of an international oil
company, Nigerian Agip Oil Company, NAOC in Bayelsa State. The victims were carrying out repairs at a work
station in the creeks of Nembe around Obama flow station operated by Eni Oil, a parent company of Agip when the
incident occurred. It wasn't clear if members of the Niger Delta Avengers were responsible for the attack, but the
militants have previously warned that any attempt to repair bombed oil and gas facilities would be bloody.
(http://www.sweetcrudereports.com)
8. (U) NIGERIA: On 1 July, suspected Niger Delta Avengers militants bombed an oil pipeline connecting to an oil
refinery in Warri operated by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). (Reuters)
9. (U) NIGERIA: On 24 June, Lagos State government and police officials accused suspected militants from the
Niger Delta for killing six people in villages on the outskirts of Lagos. The police subsequently launched an
aggressive manhunt for suspected militants after the attacks in the Igbo-Olomu and Ishawo areas of the eastern
suburb of Ikorodu. The alleged gunmen who were supposedly from the Niger Delta likely used the waterways to
travel to the communities were the shootings took place. (AFP)
10. (U) NIGERIA: On 22 June, kidnappers ambushed a convoy of local Nigerian and foreign workers employed by
a large cement company in Calabar. A local driver was killed and up to seven persons were kidnapped, including
five foreign workers. The kidnappers took the hostages to a waiting boat and fled into the river system. Press
reports indicate that two local Nigerians, three Australians, one New Zealander and one South African were
kidnapped. (www.stuff.co.nz) UPDATE: On 26 June, the hostages were reportedly released and were taken to a
hospital for medical examinations. (www.abc.net.au/news)
11. (U) ANGOLA: On 13 June, a robber boarded an anchored tanker near position 08:44 S - 013:17 E in the
Luanda Anchorage and transferred ship's stores into his boat. The crew spotted the robber, sounded the alarm, and
subsequently managed to detain the robber until port officials and the local police robber arrived on the scene.
(IMB)
12. (U) NIGERIA: On 8 June, suspected militants from the Niger Delta Avengers group conducted an attack against
oil well RMP 20, near the Dibbi flow station in the Warri area of Delta State. (AFP; The Guardian Online)
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(U) ARABIAN GULF: No current incidents to report.

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(U) INDIAN OCEAN - EAST AFRICA:

1. (U) SEYCHELLES: On 20 June, two Korean crewmen were killed by Vietnamese crewmen, during a fight aboard
fishing vessel KWANG HYUN 803. The vessel is headed for Victoria, Seychelles for a further investigation.
(www.fleetmon.com; www.marinelink.com)
2. (U) MAURITIUS: On 17 June, a fight broke out amongst the crew of Liberia-flagged bulk carrier BENITA,
resulting in several injuries and the ship running hard aground on the southeastern coast of the country. Authorities
have boarded the ship for an investigation. (www.fleetmon.com)

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(U) EAST ASIA - SOUTHEAST ASIA - INDIAN SUBCONTINENT:

Figure 6. East Asia - Southeast Asia - Indian


Subcontinent Piracy and Maritime Crime

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Figure 7. East Asia - Southeast Asia - Indian


Subcontinent Piracy and Maritime Crime
1. (U) SINGAPORE: On 1 July, Police Coast Guard officials arrested three men and impounded a vessel after an
inspection revealed 1,515 cartons of undeclared cigarettes in a cargo hold. The ship was anchored in Jurong Port.
(www.straitstimes.com)
2. (U) BANGLADESH: On 30 June, seven fishermen were abducted by robbers from the Bay of Bengal in
Patharghata of Barguna in separate incidents. A spokesman said that the fishermen went to Narikelbaria and
Dudhmukhi for fishing during the early hours when members of two groups of forest robber gangs named Zero
and Shanto Bahini stopped their trawlers and abducted them. The robbers have demanded a large ransom for
each kidnapped person. (http://www.abnews24.com/)
3. (U) MALAYSIA: On 30 June Malaysian authorities detained two Thailand-flagged fishing vessels and arrested 10
crewmen after a search of the vessels revealed evidence of fuel smuggling. The vessels were searched after they
were spotted anchored in an area 138 nm from Kememan and found to be falsely flying the Malaysia flag and
without proper permits for the fuel. (http://www.themalaymailonline.com)
4. (U) INDONESIA: On 28 June, ten pirates boarded a tanker near position 03:00 N 105:10 E, 26 nm westsouthwest of Mangkai Island. The robbers entered the bridge, holding the second officer and a duty crewman
hostage at gun point and beating them. They then took the second officer to the Master's cabin and took the Master
and the other crew hostage as well. The pirates stole the GPS and other navigation equipment and removed the
cabling from the remaining satellite communication equipment. Before escaping they stole cash and other personal
effects from the crew and released the Master. (IMB)

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5. (U) BANGLADESH: On 28 June, a group of armed men from the Jahangir Bahini group kidnapped 15 fishermen
working in the Shibsha River area of the Sundarbans. The criminal group posted a large ransom demand for the
release of the fishermen. A local Coast Guard official stated that a search is ongoing.
(www.english.thereport24.com)
6. (U) INDONESIA: On 28 June, two unauthorized persons attempted to board an anchored tanker near position
01:28 S 116:48 E, Balikpapan Anchorage. Alert duty crew noticed the persons and informed the bridge officer.
Alarm raised and crew mustered. Upon hearing the alarm and seeing the crew alertness, the unauthorized persons
aborted the boarding. All crew safe. Port control informed. (IMB)
7. (U) PHILIPPINES: On 22 June, armed men believed to be associated with the Abu Sayyaf Group kidnapped
seven crewmembers from the tug CHARLES 001 while the tug was towing a barge in the southern Philippines. The
operation consisted of two different groups of armed men boarding the ship at different times. Six crewmen were
left on the ship while the others were taken hostage. (www.antaranews.com/en; The Jakarta Post)
8. (U) INDONESIA: On 21 June, three robbers armed with knives boarded an anchored bulk carrier near position
01:41 N 101:30 E, Dumai Inner Anchorage. Two robbers managed to enter the engine room via the open skylight.
They threatened the duty oiler with knives and ordered him not to raise the alarm. The robbers then stole engine
spares and escaped. After the robbers left, the oiler informed the duty officer who in turn raised the alarm and
mustered the crew. No injuries to crew members. Incident reported to local authorities. (IMB)
9. (U) INDONESIA: On 18 June, three robbers boarded an anchored product tanker near position 01:41 N
101:29 E, Dumai Anchorage. Duty crewman on routine rounds noticed the robbers and informed the duty officer
who raised the alarm and mustered the crew. One of the robbers rushed towards the duty crewman and threatened
him with a knife and not to make any movements. Hearing the alarm and seeing the crew alertness, the robbers
jumped overboard and escaped with their accomplices in their boat. A search was made throughout the tanker. The
padlock to the steering gear room entrance was found broken, but nothing reported stolen. Attempts were made to
call port control, but received no response. (IMB)
10. (U) INDONESIA: On 16 June, four robbers armed with guns boarded an anchored Heavy Lift Carrier near
position 01:10 N - 103:57 E, 2.5 nm west of Batu Ampar, Batam Island. The robbers held a duty crewman hostage
at gun point, stole ships engine spares, and escaped. The master reported the theft to the authorities via the ships
agent. (IMB)
11. (U) VIETNAM: On 16 June, the Vietnam-flagged fishing boat QNg-95821 was reportedly attacked by a Chinese
vessel near position 16:11 N - 112:30 E, seven nautical miles from Bom Bay Island. The attacking ship reportedly
had a hull number of 31102. The Vietnamese fishing boat was damaged but able to return to port.
(www.tuoitrenews.vn)
12. (U) MALAYSIA: On 15 June, the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) seized 14,000 liters of
subsidized diesel and arrested seven Vietnamese fishermen. An MMEA spokesman said that seven Vietnamese
fishermen who were using a cargo boat as cover were arrested 103 nautical miles from Kuala Terengganu. The
spokesman stated that an MMEA vessel on routine patrol detected an anchored cargo boat and conducted an
inspection, finding the subsidized fuel. (www.theborneopost.com)
13. (U) BANGLADESH: On 14 June, a security watchman noticed five robbers had boarded an anchored container
Ship near position 22:08 N - 091:44 E, Chittagong Anchorage. The Master was informed and raised the alarm and
sounded the ships whistle. Upon hearing the alarm, the robbers escaped with ships stores. (IMB)
15. (U) BANGLADESH: On 8 June, the gang of Indian robbers, Master Bahini, abducted five Bangladeshi
fishermen and looted their valuables near the Garal River in the Sundarbans. The Indian robbers took the
fishermen inside Indian territory and demanded a ransom which was carried to the families of the hostages by one
fisherman who escaped. (thedailystar.net)

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Figure 8. Northeast Asia Piracy and


Maritime Crime
1. (U) CHINA: On 29 June, police in Shenzhen searched a suspicious fishing boat and found 370 individually
wrapped iPhones that were being smuggled under a cargo of fish. (Daily Mail)
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(U) PACIFIC OCEAN - SOUTHERN OCEAN: No current incidents to report.

5. (U) Appendix A: Further Contact Information and Resources


(U) This appendix provides contact information for the author of the WTS as well as other entities that can be
contacted with maritime crime reports. It also lists other resources where the WTS is posted and where piracy and
maritime crime incident information can be found.
(U) Contact
(U) Originator of this WTS report requests consumer feedback. Originator will incorporate all anti-shipping events
and violence against the maritime industry into this weekly message where appropriate. To aid in our reporting,
please add the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) to your normal corporate and organizational reporting
requirements. The 24-hour watch can be reached at +1 (301) 669-4053.
(U) Other Resources
(U) This Worldwide Threat to Shipping Report is posted at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agencys Maritime
Safety site: http://msi.nga.mil/NGAPortal/MSI.portal. The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) also publishes a live
piracy report based on reporting from the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, listing all piracy
and armed robbery incidents in the last ten days: http://www.icc-ccs.org/. The PAWW and WTS Reports are posted
weekly on the ONI Intel Portal: http://www.oni.navy.mil/Intelligence_Community/piracy.htm.

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6. (U) Appendix B: Terminology and References


(U) This appendix is provided to promote consistent use of accurate terms of reference in reporting and also
identifies those references that were used to gather the information contained in this report. ONI welcomes
comment and suggestions for addition or amendment.
(U) Terminology
(U) In order to promote consistent use of accurate terms of reference, the following have been adopted to describe
the range of criminal anti-shipping activity and impediments to safe navigation in our worldwide reporting and
analysis. Please note that these terms relate to observable activity and are independent of target vessel status and
exclude actions by governmental powers in lawful pursuit of their authorities:

(U) Attempted Boarding Close approach or hull-to-hull contact with report that boarding paraphernalia were
employed or visible in the approaching boat.

(U) Blocking Hampering safe navigation, docking, or undocking of a vessel as a means of protest.

(U) Boarding Unauthorized boarding of a vessel by persons not part of its complement without successfully
taking control of the vessel.

(U) Firing Upon Weapons discharged at or toward a vessel.

(U) Hijacking Unauthorized seizure and retention of a vessel by persons not part of its complement.

(U) Kidnapping Unauthorized forcible removal of persons belonging to the vessel from it.

(U) Robbery Theft from a vessel or from persons aboard the vessel.

(U) Suspicious Approach All other unexplained close proximity of an unknown vessel.

(U) Sourcing
(U) ONI derives information in this report from direct reporting and analysis of reports from the following agencies
and commercial sources.

Agence France Presse (AFP)


Associated Press (AP)
Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), Denmark
BBC News
EU Naval Forces (EU)
Fairplay (FP), London
Informa Group (INFO), formerly LLP, Llp Limited, London
International Maritime Bureau (IMB), London and Kuala Lumpur
International Maritime Organization (IMO), London
gCaptain
Latitude38.com (LAT) website
Lloyd's List (LL), daily, London
Local Media (LM)
LSS-SAPU.com (LSS)
Maritime Administration (MARAD), U.S.
The Maritime Executive (website)
Maritime Security Centre - Horn of Africa (MSCHOA)
Maritime Security Council (MSC), U.S.
Maritime Trade Information Sharing Centre - Gulf of Guinea (MTISC-GoG)
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National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), Navigation Safety System


North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Brussels
Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) (analysis and comment)
Operator (owner or operator of affected vessel)
Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC)
Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia,
Information Sharing Center (ReCAAP ISC)
Reuters
Royal Australian Navy (RAN)
Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN)
Seafarers Assistance Program (SAP), Kenya
Tradewinds (TW)
United Kingdom Maritime Trade Organization (UKMTO)
United Press International (UPI)
U.S. Maritime Liaison Office (MARLO) Bahrain
U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

(U) ICOD: 6 July 2016


(U) The PAWW and WTS Reports are posted each week on the ONI Intel Portal and can be found at:
http://www.oni.navy.mil/Intelligence-Community/Piracy

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