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Replenishment oiler / Fast combat support ship of United States Navy. Supply-class fast combat support ship: USNS RAINIER (T-AOE-7), Namesake: Mount Rainier, Operator: Military Sealift Command (MSC), Built: 1994, Builder: National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (San Diego, California), Length x Breadth: 229.82 m x 33 m, Gross Tonnage: 36780 t, DeadWeight: 30062 t, Flag: USA, Homeport: Naval Base Kitsap (Bremerton, Washington), IMO: 8644149, MMSI: 338832000, Call Sign: NAOE. Underway at Uraga Channel (Tokyo Bay) Japan.April 25,2014 アメリカ海軍のサプライ級高速戦闘支援艦の２番艦「レーニア」（Ｔ－ＡＯＥ－７）、運用：軍事海上輸送司令部。 大型の総合補給艦が航行中・浦賀水道（東京湾） ２０１４年４月２５日
93.6m x 19.7m offshore supply vessel GREATSHIP MANISHA passing the port felixstowe inbound for the port of harwich.
Somali pirates make the mistake of attacking the German naval tanker FGS SPESSART on 29 March 2009. They were subsequently were hunted down by Dutch, Spanish, Greek and US - NATO and EU - warships and helicopters in the area, 85 miles north of the Somali port of Bosasso. This NATO video footage was recorded aboard the Dutch frigate 'De Zeven Provincien' during a naval operation that led the arrest of about Somali pirates at the end of March 2009. This footage was made available by NATO.
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An unpiloted Russian cargo ship --- the ISS Progress 50 --- docked to the International Space Station Feb. 11, six hours after its launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The new Progress linked up automatically to the Pirs Docking Compartment following an accelerated rendezvous that shortened the time from launch to docking, similar to the rendezvous profile executed by two previous Progress vehicles. ISS Progress 50 was loaded with almost three tons of food, fuel, supplies and experiment hardware for the six crewmembers on the orbital laboratory.