Tradewinds 2013, Saint Lucia: Coast Guardsmen from U.S.


Tradewinds 2014

Maritime Ops (St. John, Antigua and Barbuda)

Published on May 30, 2013

Coast Guardsmen from the U.S, Antigua Barbuda Defense Force, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines perform multiple boat pursuit drills. The training was conducted during Tradewinds 2013. Tradewinds 2013 is a joint, combined exercise conducted in conjunction with partner nations to enhance the collective abilities of defense forces and constabularies to counter transnational organized crime and to conduct humanitarian/disaster relief operations. Available in High Definition.

Published on Jun 11, 2014

Tradewinds 2014 maritime operations. Video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Robert Simpson | U.S. Coast Guard District 1 | Date: 06.08.2014. ST. JOHN, Antigua and Barbuda -- Military and security forces from 11 Caribbean nations have joined the United States and Canada for maritime security and disaster response training as part of Exercise Tradewinds 2014. Tradewinds supports the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative (CBSI), a Department of State regional security partnership. U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Rob Simpson. Available in high definition. More military videos at

Tradewinds 2015, Phase 1

102d Public Affairs Detachment

Tradewinds 2016 Phase II

USA Patriotism!

Published on Jun 26, 2015

Highlights of Phase One of Tradewinds 2015. Tradewinds is a combined and joint exercise, conducted in three phases, that helps build the capacity of nations in the Caribbean to better respond to natural disasters, as well as land and maritime threats, including illicit trafficking. Each participating country looks to improve key security-mission areas through the equal exchange of knowledge and expertise.

Published on Aug 13, 2016

Partner nations strengthen interoperability during phase II of Exercise Tradewinds 2016 at Up Park Camp, Jamaica, June 20-28, 2016. Regional challenges require a cooperative solution, and Tradewinds provides the opportunity for all participants to collaborate together and ensure collective security.