Columbus native gives ship tour to international guests while in Guam

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Columbus native Geoffrey Trimble is currently assigned to Coastal Riverine Squadron 2. Ranked as an Information Systems Technician 1st Class, Trimble recently gave a ship tour of a Mark VI patrol boat to the Republic of Palau’s Vice Presdient, Raynold B. Oilouch.

During the tour, Trimble showed Oilouch the capabilities of an aft Mark 50 remote weapons system during the official’s visit to U.S. Naval Base Guam, according to Dusty Good from the Navy Office of Community Outreach.

CRS-2, as Trimble’s assignment is called, serves in Coastal Riverine Group 1, Det. Guam, which conducts maritime security operations. It also “provides additional capabilities of port security, embarked secruity, and theater security cooperation around the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations,” in addition to its security operations across the naval, joint and combined operations in the area.

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