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Summary: JEDDAH: Two vessels of the Republic of Korea Navy Cruise Training Task Group docked at Jeddah Islamic Port on Sunday for a three-day goodwill visit.
The carrier participated in exercise Keen Sword 2010 alongside elements of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and Republic of Korea Navy.
Rear Admiral Sinan Ertugral took over from Rear Admiral Beom-rim Lee of the Republic of Korea Navy, in a ceremony aboard the Turkish flagship TCG GUkieada, at the naval port facility in Mina Salman.
Pacific Fleet recently hosted officers and senior enlisted personnel from the Republic of Korea Navy to explore mutual ordnance logistics support between the two navies.
"This is the Republic of Korea Navy. We will be securing safety for your vessel," a South Korean sailor said.
A sign in English reads: "The Republic of Korea Navy personnel, through the Yonpyong Engagement, showed a paragon of the warrior whose creed is devotion to one's country, which in turn won the public confidence in the armed forces of Korea, and reminded the Korea people of North Korea's unchanging greed."
Exercise participants represented the Republic of Korea Army, the Republic of Korea Navy Harbor Defense Command, the Korean Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, the 8th U.S.
The BRP Conrado Yap is the former "Chungju" of the Republic of Korea Navy. Pohang-class corvettes, especially those designated as Flight II, are optimized for anti-submarine warfare missions.
The Philippine Navy has commissioned a former Pohang-class corvette of the Republic of Korea Navy.
The bilateral talks between South Korea and Japan came at a time when their relations have soured following a series of "threatening" flights at low-altitudes by Japanese patrol aircrafts over Republic of Korea Navy ships.
The Group Sail hosted by the Philippine Navy involves warships from the Royal Malaysian Navy, Indian Navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force, Republic of Korea Navy, Royal Australian Navy and the New Zealand Navy.