brazil Exercise UNITAS Atlantic 2015

off Sao Paulo


2015





Exercise UNITAS Atlantic 2015

Annual multi-national exercise of southern Americas nations off the coast of Brazil, around Sao Paulo and Rio Grande, until 25 Nov. This was the Atlantic phase, following earlier Pacific sequence. Led by the USS George Washington carrier group.
Amphibious phase also included participants from Canada, Colombia and Paraguay


News


Osprey From California to Brazil set Record, 18-Nov-15 : Three MV-22B Osprey from Marine Reserve Squadron VMM-764 set a new distance record of 6165 miles/9920 Km flying from California to Brazil during UNITAS Amphibious 2015



Units

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DatesRotary Wing Aircraft UnitModels
    nov15 US Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 764 US Marine Corps V-22 Osprey




Not all models shown may have taken part in the Operation


Individual helicopters


Model IDs
Eurocopter EC725 Caracal N-7104    


Ships

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ClassesShips
Aircraft Carrier (Nuclear Powered)  Improved Nimitz class   United States Naval Aviation CVN-73 USS George Washington,
Guided-Missile Destroyer  Arleigh Burke Flight I class   United States Naval Aviation DDG-90 USS Chafee,
Guided-Missile Destroyer  Arleigh Burke Flight II class   United States Naval Aviation DDG-74 USS McFaul,
Frigate  Karel Doorman class   Chilean Navy FF-18 Almirante Riveros,
Frigate  Lupo class   Peruvian Navy FM-58 BAP Quiñónes,
Corvette  Oaxaca class   Mexican Navy P-162 ARM Baja California,
Landing Ship/Platform Dock  Newport class   Mexican Navy A-411 Papaloapan,
Support Ship  Henry J. Kaiser class   United States Naval Aviation T-AO-198 USNS Big Horn,
Support Ship  Rover class   Royal Fleet Auxiliary A271 RFA Gold Rover,


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