NORTHCOM’s on-line magazine, “The Watch,” reports,
“The United States recently bolstered maritime security in the Bahamas by delivering a radar system to its partner in the Caribbean region.
“The U.S. $2.4 million-dollar MSS (Maritime Surveillance System–Chuck) is part of a commitment of more than $10 million to empower the Bahamas to better ensure the safety and security of its vast archipelago, the news release said. The radar is the second MSS installed with funding from USNORTHCOM, the first having become operational on the island of Great Inagua in 2019. Third and fourth systems have been proposed for Ragged Island and Great Exuma.”
There is more of course.
Now, do we have comparable systems on Puerto Rico and the American Virgin Islands?
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