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James A. Pelkofski

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Deyo

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Deyo

5701 S 108Th St

Omaha, Nebraska,68137

United States

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C4I.org - Defeating Terrorists on the Waterfront

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Article by U.S. Navy's Commander James Pelkofski
(This article by Commander James Pelkofski, U.S. Navy, commanding officer of the USS Deyo (DD-980), was published in the June 2004 Proceedings, a U.S. Naval Institute magazine, and is in the public domain. No republication restrictions.) Defeat al Qaeda on the Waterfront By Commander James Pelkofski, U.S. Navy (Commander Pelkofski was commanding officer of the Deyo (DD-989), which deployed in support of Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. He currently serves at U.S. Fleet Forces Command in the operations directorate.)


Al Qaeda's Maritime Campaign

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Proceedings | Captain James Pelkofski | December 27, 2005Captain Pelkofski works in the N3/N5 Joint Operations Directorate at U.S. Fleet Forces Command.His previous sea duty was as commander of USS Deyo (DD-989).


Templar Titan Security

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James Pelkofski, commanding officer of the USS Deyo.


Al Qaida military planners maintain discipline despite losses | Titan Report

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James Pelkofski, commanding officer of the USS Deyo.
Pelkofski detailed Al Qaida's capability to create diversions to facilitate entry into protected sites, including U.S. facilities. He cited the 1998 attack on the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, in which a truck carrying explosives posed as a delivery vehicle and approached the Embassy's back gate. "Terrorist teachings cite historical examples of commercial ships used as decoys to get close to enemy warships before opening fire with hidden guns," Pelkofski said. Pelkofski said the U.S. Navy cannot assume friendly intent when encountering suspicious vessels. He cited methods employed by the Israel navy to defeat insurgency threats in the Mediterranean and Red Sea. "The Israel navy is aware of terrorist tactics that use emergency calls to lure a navy ship close to a vessel ostensibly in need of assistance but rigged for a lethal explosion — a stratagem often augmented by the distressed voice of a female caller," Pelkofski said.


C4I.org - Defeating Terrorists on the Waterfront

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Article by U.S. Navy's Commander James Pelkofski
(This article by Commander James Pelkofski, U.S. Navy, commanding officer of the USS Deyo (DD-980), was published in the June 2004 Proceedings, a U.S. Naval Institute magazine, and is in the public domain. No republication restrictions.) Defeat al Qaeda on the Waterfront By Commander James Pelkofski, U.S. Navy (Commander Pelkofski was commanding officer of the Deyo ( DD-989), which deployed in support of Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. He currently serves at U.S. Fleet Forces Command in the operations directorate.)


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