By Michael Barthorp
Hardcover e-book with airborne dirt and dust jacket, no longer depicted, is an background of the Boer Wars. Many illustrations. writer is Michael Barthorp.
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They will relay messages to other Naval units as appropriate. Contact details are contained in Annex 2. 26 Attack imminent: Active measures to deter or prevent boarding attempts: � Maintain maximum sustainable speed � Consider evasive manoeuvres while maintaining maximum speed to create a confused wash � manoeuvre to remove any lee from either side of the ship (sea state dependent) � activate fire pumps to commence use of fire hoses and water monitors to cover areas of the vessel vulnerable to attempts to board.
Be prepared to answer questions on identity and status, as military personnel may take some time to differentiate ship’s crew from pirates. 28 Section 5 Post Incident Actions and Reporting It may be difficult to determine the point at which an attack has been repulsed. It is strongly recommended that the crew remain at secure locations until there is a degree of certainty that all of the pirates have either broken off the attack or have left the vessel. Once it is known that an attack is over, and after securing the safety of the ship and crew: � Make post incident reports to: The UK Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) Dubai The Maritime Security Centre-Horn of Africa (MSCHOA) The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) � carry out an internal debrief of the ship’s company � offer professional counselling to those who may have been affected by events � make a post incident report to owners/operators � consider an appropriate mechanism for informing next of kin � secure any evidence of the attack, including CCTV coverage.
31 Report 2 – Follow-up report – Piracy/armed robbery attack alert 1. Ship’s name and callsign, IMO number 2. Reference initial PIRACY/ARMED ROBBERY ALERT 3. � � Position of incident Latitude Name of the area 4. ) brief details of stolen property/cargo action taken by the Master and crew was incident reported to the coastal authority and to whom? action taken by the Coastal State. 5. Last observed movements of pirates/suspect craft 6. Assistance required 7. � � � � Preferred communications with reporting ship: Appropriate Coast Radio Station HF/MF/VHF Inmarsat IDs (plus ocean region code) MMSI 8.