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The Navy continues to improve its force protection posture at home and overseas through a series of training events, tabletop exercises, conferences and major exercises.
These efforts will culminate Oct. 12 - the 10-year anniversary of the attack on USS Cole (DDG 67) - with the Anti-Terrorism Flag Summit action plan led by Adm. J.C. Harvey Jr., commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command.
"We are committed to conducting training and exercises throughout the year to identify any gaps or seams in our force protection at home and overseas," said Capt. Sam McCormick, director for fleet antiterrorism at U.S. Fleet Forces Command. "We are working …