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Ships from various countries are underway in formation during Sea Breeze 2014 in the Black Sea on Sept. 10. US Navy Photo

Exercise Sea Breeze in September included ships from Ukraine and NATO allies. The destroyer Ross represented the U. in the Black Sea exercise. NATO's maritime boss wants to plan more large-scale exercises.

March 17, 2015 For Marine & Oceans In the context of tension between Russia and the West, NATO continues its naval exercises in the Black Sea, offshore Romania. American ships, Canadian, Turkish, German, Italian and Romanian to simulate anti-aircraft and submarine responses.

March 17, 2015 For Marine & Oceans In the context of tension between Russia and the West, NATO continues its naval exercises in the Black Sea, offshore Romania. American ships, Canadian, Turkish, German, Italian and Romanian to simulate anti-aircraft and submarine responses.

Turkish mine hunter TCG Edremit heading to the Black Sea, as part of a Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group 2 exercise.

Turkish mine hunter TCG Edremit heading to the Black Sea, as part of a Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group 2 exercise.

USS Vella Gulf Enters the Black Sea | Naval Today

The Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Vella Gulf transits the Aegean Sea on July Edward Guttierrez III/U.

Russia is practicing attack runs against NATO warships in the Black Sea

MAKS Airshow 2013 (Ramenskoye Airport, Russia) - Sukhoi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

US Navy’s Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) entered the Black Sea, July 5, 2015, to promote peace and stability in the region. Porter’s presence in the Black Sea will serve to reaffirm the U.S. dedication and commitment toward strengthening the partnerships and joint operational capabilities amongst U.S., NATO and regional Black Sea partners. Porter entered the Black Sea in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve.

US Navy’s Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) entered the Black Sea, July 5, 2015, to promote peace and stability in the region. Porter’s presence in the Black Sea will serve to reaffirm the U.S. dedication and commitment toward strengthening the partnerships and joint operational capabilities amongst U.S., NATO and regional Black Sea partners. Porter entered the Black Sea in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve.

The Russian Foreign ministry said Moscow would respond to a U.S. naval ship's entry into the Black Sea with unspecified measures, saying it and other deployments were designed to ratchet up tensions ahead of a NATO summit, the RIA news agency reported.

Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Porter sets sail in the Bosphorus, on its way to the Black Sea in Istanbul, Turkey, June REUTERS/Murad Sezer

The last of six Varshavyanka-class (NATO reporting name Improved Kilo-class) diesel-electric powered submarines for the Russian Black Sea Fleet has been launched at the Admiralty Shipyards in St. Petersburg on Tuesday, a RIA Novosti correspondent reported.

Russia's Black Sea Fleet Receives Last of 6 New Diesel-Electric Submarines

USS Porter (DDG-78), left, and the Romanian naval ship ROS Marcellariu (265), right, transit through the Black Sea during a passing exercise on July 14, 2015. US Navy Photo

USS Porter left, and the Romanian naval ship ROS Marcellariu right, transit through the Black Sea during a passing exercise on July US Navy Photo

The United States began its biggest European deployment of F-22 fighters with a visit to the Black Sea in an exercise aimed at beefing up military support for NATO’s eastern European allies who say they face aggression from Russia

The United States began its biggest European deployment of fighters with a visit to the Black Sea in an exercise aimed at beefing up military support for NATO’s eastern European allies who say they face aggression from Russia

NATO Hinting at 'Persistent Presence' in Black Sea Ahead of Summit

Ukraine Intention to Join NATO Black Sea Flotilla Obviously Premature