U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson and Chief, Workplace of the Protection Consultant, Pakistan, Lt. Gen. Gregory Biscone visited USS William P. Lawrence (DDG 110), a U.S. Navy Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, within the waters off the port of Karachi on March 7. USS William P. Lawrence is within the area to take part in Aman 13, a multinational train being hosted by the Pakistani Navy March 4-8.
USS William P. Lawrence is commanded by a senior feminine officer, Commander Jana Vavasseur. As well as, Command Grasp Chief Beverly Leedom is the senior enlisted chief of USS William P. Lawrence. In honor of Worldwide Girls’s Day, Ambassador Olson and Lt. Gen. Biscone met individually with Cmdr. Vavasseur and Command Grasp Chief Leedom, and several other different feminine officers and sailors stationed aboard USS William P. Lawrence, to focus on the developments and contributions of girls within the U.S. navy. Throughout their go to, Ambassador Olson and Lt. Gen. Biscone toured the ship’s areas, together with the bridge, crew’s mess, and the flight deck, the place they addressed the assembled crew.
USS William P. Lawrence, commissioned in Cellular, Alabama, on June 4, 2011, is among the U.S. Navy’s latest and most succesful ships. The USA is one in every of 13 nations with ships actively taking part inAman 13, whose goal is to advertise peace and stability within the area and improve interoperability amongst associate naval forces. Twenty different nations are additionally sending observers to the train.