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SOUTH CHINA SEA (Aug. 19, 2009) Members of a U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Safety and Security Team brief Philippine Navy Special Forces Sailors aboard Military Sealift Command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50) following an at-sea boarding exercise for Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) 2009. SEACAT is a weeklong exercise designed to highlight the value of information sharing and multinational coordination. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Troy Roat/Released)

SOUTH CHINA SEA (Aug. 20, 2009) Philippine Navy Special Forces Sailors confront U.S. Sailors portraying crewmembers aboard military sealift command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50), during an at-sea boarding exercise for Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) 2009. SEACAT is a weeklong at-sea exercise designed to highlight the value of information sharing and multinational coordination within a scenario that gives participating navies practical maritime interception training opportunities. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Troy Roat/Released)

SOUTH CHINA SEA (Aug. 19, 2009) A Philippine Navy Special Forces Sailor apprehends a U.S. Sailor portraying a person of interest he found hiding aboard the Military Sealift Command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50), during an at-sea boarding exercise for Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) 2009. SEACAT is a weeklong exercise designed to highlight the value of information sharing and multinational coordination. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Troy Roat/Released)

SOUTH CHINA SEA (Aug. 20, 2009) Philippine Navy Special Forces Sailors confront U.S. Sailors portraying .contact of interest. crewmembers aboard military sealift command rescue and salvage ship USNS Safeguard (T-ARS 50), during an at-sea boarding exercise for Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) 2009. SEACAT is a weeklong at-sea exercise designed to highlight the value of information sharing and multinational coordination within a scenario that gives participating navies practical maritime interception training opportunities. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Troy Roat/Released)

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