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NOISE ALERT: Navy Small Boat and Blank Weapons Fire

Naval Base Coronado, Calif.- The Navy is conducting training exercises involving blank gunfire and small boats operating in San Diego Bay and off the ocean beaches south of Naval Amphibious Base Coronado.

Expect to hear the small arms and .50-cal blank gunfire during the following training excercise dates and times:

Aug 2     8 a.m.- 4 p.m.      San Diego Bay

Aug 5     12 p.m.- 4 p.m.    Ocean Beaches

Aug 12   12 p.m.- 4 p.m.    San Diego Bay

Aug 13   12 a.m.- 4 p.m.    San Diego Bay

Aug 14   4 p.m.- 9 p.m.      San Diego Bay

Aug 14   5 p.m.- 10 p.m.    Ocean Beaches

Aug 15   4 p.m.- 9 p.m.      San Diego Bay

The Navy recognizes the importance of being good neighbors with the local communities and makes every effort to abate noise when posssible.

All noise abatement complaints can be directed to 619-545-8233. All other questions can be directed to Naval Base Coronado Public Afairs Office at 619-545-8136.

-USN-

KNID – China Lake NAWS NOTAM

M0262/10 - CLEARANCE DELIVERY FACILITY FREQUENCY (274.7)OTS, CONTACT GROUND
(360.2) FOR ALL CLEARANCE DELIVERY PUROSES. 18 JUN 18:50 2010 UNTIL 25 JUN 13:30
2010. CREATED: 18 JUN 18:50 2010

RIMPAC 2010

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Release 01 – 10
May 3, 2010

RIMPAC 2010 to Unite 14 Countries in Multi-National Exercise

Fourteen nations, 34 ships, five submarines, over 100 aircraft and 20,000 personnel will
participate in the biennial Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise June 23 through Aug. 1,
in the Hawaiian operating area in, and around, the islands of Hawaii.

Hosted by Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet, RIMPAC demonstrates a commitment to
working with global partners in guarding the sea lanes of commerce and
communication, protecting national interests abroad and ensuring freedom of navigation
as a basis for global peace and prosperity. By design, RIMPAC is a multi-national
exercise that prepares forces to be interoperable and ready for a wide range of potential
operations. This, in turn, helps ensure stability throughout the Pacific Rim, aiding the
development and prosperity of all participating nations.

As an exercise, RIMPAC is intended to increase the tactical proficiency of participating
units in a wide array of maritime operations by enhancing military-to-military relations
and interoperability. During the exercise, participating units will conduct gunnery,
missile, anti-submarine, and air defense exercises, as well as maritime interdiction and
vessel boardings, explosive ordnance disposal, diving and salvage operations, mine
clearance operations, and an amphibious landing.

This year’s exercise includes units or personnel from Australia, Canada, Chile,
Colombia, France, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Peru, Republic of Korea,
Singapore, Thailand and the United States.

RIMPAC 2010 is themed “Combined Agility, Synergy and Support,” and marks the 22nd
exercise in the series that originated in 1971.

Media interested in covering RIMPAC events should contact Third Fleet Public Affairs
before the exercise begins at (619) 767-4387, or contact the RIMPAC Combined
Information Bureau after the exercise commences at (619) 726-1901. For more
information on the exercise, visit http://www.c3f.navy.mil/RIMPAC_2010.html

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