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USS Jackson conducts bilateral exercise with Royal Brunei Navy.


| 2022

According to information published by the U.S. Navy on January 20, 2022, Independence-variant littoral combat ship USS Jackson (LCS 6) arrived in Brunei following a one-day exercise at sea with the Royal Brunei Navy (RBN).
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Independence-variant littoral combat ship USS Jackson and Darussalam-class offshore patrol vessel KDB Daruttaqwa (Picture source: U.S. Navy)


Jackson and RBN Darussalam-class offshore patrol vessel KDB Daruttaqwa (DTQ 09) conducted bilateral exercises while sailing together in the South China Sea Jackson and Daruttaqwa met at sea to practice and enhance bilateral interoperability between the two navies and to emphasize the importance of operating together.

The events included bilateral communications exercises and division tactics to practice precision maneuvering. All the events were designed to enhance cooperation between the two navies and to enable the ships to practice communications and coordination while operating in close proximity to one another.

The Darussalam-class offshore patrol vessel is a class of four offshore patrol vessels constructed for the Royal Brunei Navy.

Brunei ordered the Darussalam-class OPVs from Lürssen, the same company that Brunei contracted to sell the Nakhoda Ragam-class corvettes. The first batch of two vessels was delivered in January 2011, while the second batch of two vessels was delivered by 2014.


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