Operation Unified Protector
NATO Arms Embargo
NATO No-Fly Zone
|Operation Unified Protector Naval Order of Battle (~1 August 2011)|
Allied Maritime Command
|Combined Task Group 455.01 (CTG 455.01)||NATO|
|MM San Giusto (L 9894)||Landing
|HMCS Charlottetown (Task Force Charlottetown2)||Frigate||Canada (Operation Mobile)||1x CH-124 Sea King|
|HS Adrias||Frigate||Greece||1x S-70B Sea Hawk|
|MM Bersagliere (F-584)||Frigate||Italy||1x AB-212|
|Regele Ferdinand (F-221)||Frigate||Romania|
|ESPS Almirante Juan de Borbón (F-102)||Frigate||Spain||1x SH-60B Sea Hawk|
|TCG Fatih (F-242)||Frigate||Turkey||1x AB-212|
|TCG Gaziantep (F-490)||Frigate||Turkey||1x AB-212|
|TCG Gokceada (F-494)||Frigate||Turkey||1x AB-212|
|TCG Saliheris (F-246)||Frigate||Turkey||1x AB-212|
|USS Halyburton (FFG 40)||Frigate||United States||1x SH-60B Sea Hawk|
|HMS Liverpool||Destroyer||United Kingdom (Operation Ellamy)||1x Lynx Mk.8|
|ESPS Tramontana (S-74)||Submarine||Spain|
|TCG I. Inonu (S-360)||Submarine||Turkey|
|HMS Triumph||Submarine||United Kingdom (Operation Ellamy)|
|FLF Lavallée (F 790)||Corvette||France (Opération Harmattan)|
|Task Force 473||France (Opération Harmattan)|
|FLF Charles de Gaulle (R-91)||CTOL Carrier||France||
2x E-2C Hawkeye
8x Rafale M
6x Super Etendard
U/I Marine Elements:
1x Alouette II
2x AS 365 Dauphin Pedro
2x EC-725 Caracal
U/I Armée de l'Air Element:
1x SA 330 Puma
|FLF Chevalier Paul (D 621)||Destroyer||France||1x AS 565 Panther|
|FLF Georges Leygues (D 640)||Destroyer||France||1x Lynx|
|FLF Meuse (A 607)||Tanker||France|
|U/I Task Force (Ex-Response Force Task Group)||United Kingdom (Operation Ellamy)|
4x Apache AH1
? Sea King Mk.7
|United Kingdom||Det, 40 Commando|
|RFA Fort Rosalie||Logistics Support||United Kingdom|
|RFA Wave Knight||Tanker||United Kingdom|
|Elements of Expeditionary Strike Group 5 and Bataan ARG||United States8|
1 - On 27 July 2011, Rear Admiral Filippo Foffi and his staff officially transferred from MM Giuseppe Garibaldi to MM San Giusto, with the latter becoming the new flagship of CTG 455.01.
2 - Task Force Charlottetown also includes a support party at the Augusta Bay Port Facility.
3 - HMS Iron Duke relieved HMS Liverpool for a period of 3 nights in late July 2011 while transiting back to her homeport of Portsmouth. HMS Sutherland was temporarily detached from the Cougar deployment and the Responsive Force Task Group and relieved HMS Iron Duke on or about 26 July 2011. On or about 2 August 2011, HMS Liverpool returned to the area of operations and relieved HMS Sutherland.
4 - In July 2011, the destroyer Jean Bart was relieved by the corvette Lavallée.
5 - In mid-July 2011, the BNS Narcis departed the area of operations after 6 months in support of Operation Unified Protector.
6 - Between 12 and 14 July 2011, the FLF Mistral arrived in the area of operations and relieved the FLF Tonnerre.
7 - On 12 July 2011, it was reported that the Guépratte and the Jean de Vienne had been both relieved by the Georges Leygues.
8 - Coverage of US invovlement in Operation Unified Protector is found in our coverage of Operation Odyssey Dawn.
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