The HMCS Edmonton Doing Double Duty While Patrolling the Waters of Caribbean For Drug Trafficking

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HMCS Edmonton, British Columbia rescues two more sea turtles. Accredited warship with turtle rescue in early November.

The HMCS Edmonton rescued two turtles on fishing lines in 90 minutes, the Canadian Armed Forces reported on Twitter on November 17.

The ship was patrolling Operation CARIBBE when they saw the sea creatures and launched an inflatable boat to free them.

HMCS rescued the turtles as part of Operation Caribbe, during which Canada sends ships and aircraft of the Canadian Armed Forces to help Operation Hammer. This initiative led by the United States brings together 14 countries and aims to stop drug trafficking in the Caribbean.

This implies periodic deployments that involve different ships and planes at different times of the year.

On November 2, HMCS Edmonton was also credited with another rescue of sea turtles entangled in the rigging of a buoy while investigating the contraband buoy.

HMC Ships Moncton, Nanaimo and Edmonton are currently deployed as part of the operation and patrol until December.

The HMCS Edmonton Doing Double Duty While Patrolling the Waters of Caribbean For Drug Trafficking

HMCS Edmonton rescues two sea turtles tangled in fishing lines in the space of 90 minutes. (CAF Operations/Twitter)

 

Source: Westerly News