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Japan three sea cruisers were exposed to the Kaohsiung Waihaitai authorities

Original title: Japan's three sea cruisers were exposed to Kaohsiung Waihaitai authorities said to avoid typhoon

Japanese PLH32 Akimoto Island patrol boat

The picture shows the Japanese PLH32 "Akimoto Island" patrol boat.

Overseas network July 12, according to Taiwan media reports, from July 10 to 11, the three large official ships of the Japan Coast Guard were far away from their own Japanese sea area, and gathered in the outer sea of ??Kaohsiung quietly "hidden" for a day, the whereabouts, When leaving, the three ships were also divided into two arrows "rings" to leave. The Taiwan "Sea Guard" responded that the three Japanese ships were doing this to avoid the typhoon.

Taiwan’s "United Daily News" on the 12th with "Japanese ship double arrow also around Taiwan? According to the report, the typhoon "Maria" swept through the northern waters of Taiwan, and the Taiwanese sea patrol ships were transferred to Kaohsiung Harbor to avoid the wind. During this period, Taiwanese netizens discovered through the AIS ship dynamic system that the three large official ships of the Japan Coast Guard gathered in Kaohsiung off the sea from July 10th to 11th.

According to the report, the three vessels include the "Akitsu Island" (PLH32), which was once the world's largest sea cruiser, and the two large patrol vessels, the "National Country" (PL14) and the "Minami" (PL-86). . After the three ships passed through the Taipei Port, the Automatic Identification System (AIS) was turned off and the AIS display status was re-opened when approaching Kaohsiung Port. The three ships quietly "hidden" in the outer seas of Kaohsiung for a day, and the whereabouts were very different. When leaving, the three ships were also divided into two arrows and left.

In response, the Taiwan Coastal Guard Agency responded on the morning of the 12th that the agency has the ability to grasp the dynamics of the waters around Taiwan. The Taiwanese side said that the three Japanese official ships were temporarily parked outside Kaohsiung for shelter from the wind. Taiwan’s “Sea Guard” had conducted dialectical analysis. After the “Maria” typhoon passed through the northern part of Taiwan, three Japanese ships left Kaohsiung Port. PL-86 and PL14 take the western route of the Taiwan Strait to the north, while PLH32 takes the east line and leaves the outer sea of ??eastern Taiwan.

Japan's three sea cruisers were exposed to Kaohsiung Waihaitai authorities said to avoid typhoon


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