FTS will work with the National Coast Guard and the Police Department to conduct anti-piracy and to provide training at sea In addition to monitoring the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) patrol missions in support scattered islands and technical assistance to the National Coast Guard, the FTS will focus on training staff Mauritian Offshore Patrol Vessel, CGS Barracuda and the new unit of the National Coast Guard, under construction in a shipyard naval India.
The Indian Navy has deployed the Sail Training Ship, INS Tranagini, which is unique in the region, following a request from the Government of Mauritius. The ship will be responsible for instilling maritime culture among students and the public while organizing an exhibition to the staff of the police force.
The four ships will undertake operations tailored, training and logistics missions. Patrols in the EEZ and anti-piracy will be held in collaboration with the police force, the National Coast Guard and the Department of Fisheries. The operational component includes a training exercise at sea on anti-piracy, strengthening laws to the sea, commando operations and pollution control, for members of the National Coast Guard and the police force. Are also planned exercises control pollution.
Members of the Indian Navy planning a series of activities in St Brandon and Agalega such as free medical examinations, transportation of equipment and personnel to the new headquarters of the National Coast Guard and the Police Force on the Island South St Brandon and delivery of food and drinking water.
The training includes sessions for the national team of Oil Spill Containment port. Members will be introduced to the techniques of fight against fires, the use of weapons, the fight against pollution and training on navigation equipment and radar. New recruits to the police force will become familiar with operations at sea
The staff of the National Coast Guard and the police will be introduced to the many facets of maritime operations. The program will include a sea training for the staff of CGS Barracuda and other ships of the National Coast Guard during which they will learn to prolonged in the EEZ of Mauritius deployment. Once their mission is complete, the four ships will return to their home port of Kochi, passing again through Agalega.