Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Sunday, July 14, 2024 86° Today's Paper


Photo Galleries

Port security playing a prominent role at RIMPAC this year

At this year’s iteration of the biennial Exercise Rim of the Pacific — the world’s largest naval exercise — port security has a significant role at the Exercise Rim of the Pacific 2024 for maritime safety and security.

1/15
Swipe or click to see more
Port Security unit Commander, Patrick Hanley.
2/15
Swipe or click to see more
Transportable Port Security boats moored at Coast Guard Base.
3/15
Swipe or click to see more
Armed Transportable port security boats were on display.
4/15
Swipe or click to see more
ME2 Cole Chapoton with 50 cal. machine gun mounted on transportable port security boat.
5/15
Swipe or click to see more
ME2 Cole Chapoton with 50 cal. machine gun mounted on transportable port security boat.
6/15
Swipe or click to see more
ME3 Justin Rosario, left, MEC Jaime Perez and Lt. Jimmy Ku prepare a weapons display for Port Security Unit.
7/15
Swipe or click to see more
DV2 Malachi Bowman with KM 97 diving helmet.
8/15
Swipe or click to see more
DV2 Malachi Bowman with KM97 diving helmet.
9/15
Swipe or click to see more
Maritime Safety and Security Honolulu’s ME3 Chris Gladden, with patrol boat mounted machine gun.
10/15
Swipe or click to see more
Aboard the USCGC Midgett, Ensign Madison Foht, left, and Ensign Harlan Brady in ward room.
11/15
Swipe or click to see more
Capt. Matthew Rooney on the USCGC Midgett’s bridge.
12/15
Swipe or click to see more
USCGC Midgett in port.
13/15
Swipe or click to see more
Aboard the USCGC MIdgett looking towards Honolulu.
14/15
Swipe or click to see more
Aboard the USCGC MIdgett looking towards Honolulu.
15/15
Swipe or click to see more
Martitime Safety and Security Honolulu’s Chief Jackson Buck with patrol boats.

Related Story

Port security gets extra attention at RIMPAC