NIGERIAN NAVY DESTROY 260 ILLEGAL REFINERIES IN WARRI, APPREHEND 5 SUSPECTS

Nigerian Navy Special Boat Service commandos in a RHIB.

NEWS AGENCY OF NIGERIA
16 March, 2014
Warri

The Nigerian Navy on Saturday in Warri,destroyed over 260 illegal
refineries and apprehended five persons suspected to be involved in running the refineries.

A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), who monitored the 8-hour operation inside Oteghele Phase One and Two forest in the Warri South-West Local Government Area of Delta, reports that the naval ship NNS Delta was used in destroying the illegal refineries.

Addressing newsmen at the scene of
the operation, the NNS Delta
Commanding Officer, Capt. Musa Gemu, said that the operation would be a routine process. “We destroyed about 260 underground illegal refineries and also burnt over 100
000 metric tons of Automotive Gas Oil
(AGO) diesel today.” “We also apprehended five suspects; two women and three middle-aged men.”

“The Navy also seized one small
generating set, two pumping machines and two boats from the suspects,” he said. Gemu said that the suspects would be handed over to the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), for prosecution.

He warned the people against indulging in criminal acts, adding that the Navy was poised to sanitise the Nigerian waterways from all forms of illegality.

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62 Responses to NIGERIAN NAVY DESTROY 260 ILLEGAL REFINERIES IN WARRI, APPREHEND 5 SUSPECTS

  1. rka says:

    Oga Beeg, can I bring your attention to this article regarding a Nigerian Delegation to the US Marine Corp regarding the purchase Helos;
    “US Naval Air Systems Command (Navair) said that a Nigerian Navy delegation visited Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point in North Carolina where they were hosted by Navair’s Specialized and Proven Aircraft Program Office (PMA-226). The delegation was given a search and rescue demonstration flight on February 4 in a US Marine Corps HH-46E helicopter from Marine Transport Squadron 1, which provides search and rescue support at Cherry Point.

    According to Navair, the Nigerian Navy is interested in acquiring CH-46 Sea Knight and SH-2 Seasprite helicopters, but the numbers involved are not known.”

    http://www.defenceweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=34017:nigerian-navy-interested-in-acquiring-surplus-us-navy-helicopters&catid=35:Aerospace&Itemid=107

    • giles says:

      oga rka,pls i have some few questions,1-pls wot of d 6 CH-47 paid by d abacha regime dat was not delivered

    • giles says:

      oga rka,pls i have some few questions,1-pls wot of d 6 CH-47 paid by d abacha regime dat was not delivered ,2-pls wen did d navy buy d dauphinII choppers and lastly wen did three of our navy helicopter crash,cos i hate dat defenceweb pple all der news about nigeria is always negative

      • rka says:

        Oga giles, the Abacha regime concerned the Chinook (CH-47) while this is the Sea Knight (CH-46).
        I only recall 2 crashes by A109E Helos, 2007 and 2013, I think.
        There is no evidence I know of that says we have dauphin helicopter and the source that Defence Web quotes doesn’t know what it is talking about

      • rka says:

        correction: HH-46, a Dauphin helicopter..

      • giles says:

        oga rka i knw b4 hope d americans will also not restrict it’s usage and spare part

  2. rka says:

    If the above article is true, then it would indicate a near future purchase (if not already signed) of an LPD.

    Why else would the navy need Sea Knight helos?

    • jimmy says:

      n.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_Vertol_CH-46_Sea_Knight
      I admit went to the unreliable website to pick up/ glean some information ( thanks for the heads up oga rka) one of the things that struck is its reliabilty, the marines faith in keeping it, and most of all its troop carrying ability. this may ……. just be good news …… i hope and pray that this was not a travel junket……….. i hope and pray they ( navy/ f.g.) are really serious about getting this bird…….. because if they just get 10 of these birds and train the pilots it will honestly mean a lot of lives will be saved.

  3. beegeagle says:

    And I have never seen any Dauphin in NN service either. With its fenestron which would make it stand out, it would be too easy to spot.

    IF it does exist, it would probably be a training asset preparatory to the fathomable induction of HARBIN Z9 helos. The Z9 is the Chinese variant of the Dauphin.

    • rka says:

      Oga Beeg, the source Defence Web quotes for navy assets is flawed, but the main crux of the story appears genuine.

  4. Henry says:

    I’m sorry, but those are very ugly looking helicopters. what year are we in………….. 1920?

    If the purchases are confirmed they’d defiantly be a much needed “ugly” boost for our navy.

  5. beegeagle says:

    Yeah Oga RKA. In February, NIGERIAN TRIBUNE carried a report in which the Nigerian Navy called for more EDAs from the USA end.

    Beegeagle’s Bloggers play in those ponds and the same source which gave us a two-month headstart as far as the imminent transfer of the USCGC GALLATIN is concerned will probably whisper stuff to me through backstage communication.

  6. beegeagle says:

    They are butt ugly and look like museum relics no doubt. Even at that, I expect them to arrive absolutely stripped down. Cheap kills…for real. The NN should seek out used Bell 412s instead and pay for same. We need Z9s for our P18Ns

    • rka says:

      They are ugly, that’s why they have the nickname ‘phrog’ which is a term of endearment and are loved by the US marines for their ruggedness and reliability.

  7. jimmy says:

    oga beegeagle
    They are butt ugly make a lot of noise but we should get them if we can for its legendary troop carrying abilities, and its ability to ferry equipment i.e arty pieces 105mm howitzers. Incidentally the US the ospreys as the new bird however the preference of the US MARINES is still the SEA KING .Due to the natue of my job I constantly see these birds flying above are wrong these birds are still the workhorse or the us marines.
    Also we need to get a helio transport now We can deal with looks later the important thing is can do the job and is it reliable.

  8. beegeagle says:

    We shall see what else goes.

    For real, I think we should seek armed scout helicopters – about 36 units of those from surplus stocks. … NAF 18, NN 6 and NA Aviation 12. On a triservice level, we should should just standardise and make the Mi-17V5s the backbone of heliborne insertion and extraction plus airlift. We can get 4 units for the SBS commandos, 8 units for NA SOCOM and 12 units for the NAF.

    • Deway says:

      I agree with you on this. No need inducting another platform that would basically do the same work as the Mi 17.

  9. beegeagle says:

    We shall see what else goes.

    For real, I think we should seek armed scout helicopters – about 36 units of those from surplus stocks. … NAF 18, NN 6 and NA Aviation 12. On a triservice level, we should should just standardise and make the Mi-17V5s the backbone of heliborne insertion and extraction plus airlift. We can get 4 units for the SBS commandos, 8 units for NA SOCOM and 12 units for the NAF.

    ELSEWHERE, BEEGEAGLE WROTE:

    The USA probably own 1,500-2,000 units of OH-6 Cayuse, OH-58 Kiowa and MH-6A Little Bird armed scout helicopters. How many of those can be sold and/or transferred to Nigeria to fight terrorists? These are the more meaningful interventions needed at this time – not a convoluted sequence of meetings over stuff which are applicable to the 3-5 year timeframe.

    The old refrain about ‘could be used to hurt civilians’ and ‘abuses’ is a worn out script. Is it not happening in Pakistan? Have the Egyptian security forces not exceeded all records of abuse set by any African country as we speak? Are they not using infinitely more offensive U.S-made HARDWARE in Pakistan and Egypt?
    HRW do not have an office at the State Department. Sometimes, the USA can afford to ignore them since they are raising alarm all the time anyway.

    My submission is that, on the evidence of what we see in Pakistan and Egypt, the USA will stand with anyone who they choose to stand firmly beside. Let us see that happen with Nigeria if we are truly all together in fighting terrorism.

    The NA and NAF could use some of these
    MH-6A Little Bird helics NOW

    MISSIONS

    * Light Observation Helicopter
    * Air interdiction
    * Forward Air Control
    * Special Patrol
    * Insertion
    * Extraction

    SPECS

    General characteristics

    Crew: 2

    Powerplant: 1 × One Allison T63- A-5A or T63-A-700 turboshaft, 317 hp (236 kW)

    Performance

    Maximum speed: 152 knots (175 mph, 282 km/h)

    Cruise speed: 135 knots (155 mph, 250 km/h)

    Range: 232 nm (430 km (267 mi))

    Service ceiling: 15,994 ft (4,875 m)

    Rate of climb: 2,067 ft/min (10.5 m/ s)

    Armament

    Guns:
    Two M60 or M134 Minigun 7.62mm machine guns; Two .50 cal (12.7 mm) MG pods

    Rockets: Fourteen 2.75 in (70 mm) Hydra 70 rockets in two pods

    Missiles:

    Four TOW missiles in two pods;
    Four Hellfire missiles in two pods

    PERFECT FIT for the tasks to be performed in Nigeria. Just let us have units armed with .50 cal HMGs and 2.75 inch rockets and no fleeing terrorists shall get past our borders.

    Less talk, more susbstance for CTCOIN operations. 36 off-the-shelf units of the helic pictured above (or the OH-6 Cayuse/OH-58 Kiowa), sold and/or transferred and we shall truly be in business for the specific tasks.

    Thank you.

    END

    http://www.beegeagle.wordpress.com/2013/08/23/boko-haram-usa-pledge-to-expand-training-opportunities-for-nigerian-military-security-operatives/

    • Are James says:

      How much per piece? What’s the pilot training time?.
      These choppers look very agile and ideal for all manner of urban CTOIN. Good Vietnam record too and the stiff under the cabin means good night killing capabilities.

  10. beegeagle says:

    This is what we need to have them knucklehead insurgents and other national security nuisance, messed up.

    Let’s change the plan and ask for the needful. The FG can fork out US$100 million to get 24 factory refurbished units of Mi-17s from ROSOBORONEXPORT. Even the Americans know that nothing beats them for ruggedness and reliability in combat operations. They paid for a boatload of those for use by the Afghan military. They did not offer Sea Sprites and the likes of that.

    We know what we need from the Yankees – scout helicopters for the kind of roforofo fighying which went down in MDGR last weekend. Find same immediately above. Those would have killed many more terrorists and with precision than the A-Jet commendably did. And for good measure, these are daytime-nighttime operational assets. They will make more precise mincemeat of the terrorists until the ALX Super Tucano COIN planes arrive.

    • jimmy says:

      amen my brother WHETHER is the sea kings or the more deadlier no frills transportMH-6A Little Bird helics that carry six men fully loaded at one time just get them ( as in transportation helios). Can you imagine what would of happened if we had these birds and they ( SFs) were directly inserted behind the INSURGENTS RIGHT BEHIND THEM.
      Let me quit now before i wet myself Lol.

  11. peccavi says:

    Fine or ugly, those are excellent lift helicopters.
    Spare parts should be relatively cheap
    If the US gives them to us at a knockdown price I would say go for it, if we get 10-15 years out of them its all good

    • jimmy says:

      Amen especiallyas the us is still using these birds as recently as…..last week.this is a bird I am sure you saw in afghanistan.And has proved itself. T-Mobile. America’s First Nationwide 4G Network

    • Are James says:

      Agreed.
      We have to go by way of the back door sometimes to get ever reliable American aerospace technology.
      The Sea Knight is most certainly intended for the SBS
      We will probably get them for less than $5mill apiece and this craft will be useful in any theatre from the NE to anti piracy operations in the gulf of guinea. Plus it can sling artillery pieces, small armoured vehicles and carry a small platoon.
      The Sea Sprite is another matter.
      This only explanation for trying to acquire this chopper would be to provide an evaluation counter weight to the proposed Chinese choppers or maybe indeed a full decision as been made to do away with the Harbin Z9s.

  12. Are James says:

    Meanwhile, Nigeria ordered 20 of these birds and nobody on this blog knew or Gen Beeg knew and kept it to himself. My only comment; peace keeping is good but what our country really needs are combat jets

    http://www.airbusmilitary.com/Aircraft/CN235/CN235About.aspx

  13. freeegulf says:

    it is old new oga Are James. NAF showed interest and wanted around 2 dozen of them. God knows, they are highly needed. still cant fathom why the deal fell through.
    it was the same with the L-159, NAF was really making good progress, only to decide that it wasn’t what it needed.
    lets wait and see how the current deals will pan out, with all the twists and turns of NAF negotiations.

  14. Are James says:

    I think a decision was made not to sell off the C130s and G222s and that killed the deal.
    *Sorry I retract*

  15. Tope says:

    @AreJames Reading through those Articles wat struck me was the Following :

    1. All Weather All Condition ISR Specific and Multi Mission Roles (Perfect for Nigeria)

    2. Gun Ship and CAS (Need We say more)

    3. Interoperabilitty wit Chinook CH-47 Lending more Credence that we may be Receiving Different Airframes from USA to Counter China Deals Sea Sprite, Chinook Sea Knight, and This one also)

    That World Listing Page tho is confusing it Says we have 4-5 Su-7 it listed in good accuracy some of our platforms but I would like Oga Beeg to tk a look at dat Link and see which are not true or known to us here.

    We all know that the NAF is hiding lots of things from us but seeing the Vast Size of this Order it shows if dey can pull this off wat else don’t we know?.

    Great times ahead.

    If we can get the CN-235 na All correct ooo!

  16. Obix says:

    @Ogae Tope, I’m pretty sure Beag has seen this link before. THe strange thing is that the more you go through the list, the more questions you have. For example, when did we own 40 units of MiG23 BN and 10 units of MiG23 UB?. And what are MiG29 A , MiG29 B, and 5 Chinook helos doing on that list?

  17. drag_on says:

    Haba, 4, yes ,4 Chinese trawlers in the dock. These people just come into our waters and deplete our maritime resources with reckless abandon as they like. We should hold these guys for 4yrs due to ‘processing’.

    Navy arrests 22 Chinese, 4 ships suspected of illegal entry – See more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/03/navy-arrests-22-chinese-4-ships-suspected-illegal-entry-nigeri/#sthash.h5L7X5oO.dpuf

    • Are James says:

      Not only that one.
      Nigeria is fair game now, we project weakness and other nations are smelling it. Check out this one.

      http://odili.net/news/source/2014/mar/18/619.html

    • Are James says:

      200km from our shores is commercially littoral to us and not less than $10 billion dollars in earnings is possible outside oil and gas. Fishing, oil servicing, legal bunkering and offshore power generation are some of the many economic activities being stunted in growth due to piracy, illegal competition from foreign fishing trawlers and outright theft of our resources. The navy should be commended for waking up to and being alive to their responsibilities. With acquisition from Chan and new choppers, we are well on our way to ruling our waters.
      The leadership of the Navy then have to be ready to fight the in house close quarters battles for funds to keep as many ships sailing and patrolling the waters as possible.
      This could entail operational expenditure of close to N200 billion a year with a value case of $2bn in benefits to Nigeria, so lets do the math

    • jimmy says:

      OGA DRAG ON
      Thank you for the information OGA BEEGEAGLE went to great lengths to explain how rich the water resources are just off the coast and estuaries inlets and outlets ( despite) the pollution of Nigeria are.
      I honestly believe THE F.G. NEEDS TO WAKE UP TO ITS RESPONSIBILITIES WHEN IT COMES TO FISHING .Do you know that in China a punishment like this could attract the death penalty, no id card, no fishing permit and then fishing illegally, there are at least three hundred Nigerians languishing in Chinese jails. The NN should take the unusual step of photographing these suspects and sending the picture together with the seized and send it to the THE FINANCE MINISTRY and also to the the journalists who constantly write without merit BAD ARTICLES ABOUT THE NN.
      Fishery whether farmed fish or Ocean going fish trawlers is big biz in Nigeria because WE ARE NOT PAYING ATTENTION TO IT for a nation THAT CLAIMS TO HAVE COMPETING DEMMANDS IT IS BAFFLING.
      I want to end on a constructive note so here goes there has to be a change in MINDSET FROM THE f.g THE 200 nautical miles that Nigeria claims they have to be policed 24 hours a day by Naval vessels and radar these marine lives stock belong to Nigerians and as such the navy in conjunction with the fishing dept need to wake up. they can solict funds from the coastal states like LAGOS, BAYELSEA, CROSS RIVER, RIVERS AWKA IBOM DELTA STATES strictly to buy vessels that have on board radar capabilities and then the se states can depending on the jurisdiction OFFER SPEEDY PROSECUTIONS AND FINES.
      Lastly Nigeria and China have Excellent relations this not withstanding this ship and its owners must be made to pay a fine of NOTHING LESS THAN $5 M AND THE CONTENTS OF THE SHIP FORFEITED PLUS POSSIBLE JAIL TIME AS PUNISHMENT.

  18. drag_on says:

    Oga james and Jimmy, it is vitally important we protect our waters, apart from the crude,gas and fishstocks. We should understand that we possess a delta(NIger delta) formed by not one but two rivers.This means that the delta has two sources;
    1. Guinea Highlands for the Niger and
    2. Adamawa plateau,cameroon for benue.
    These two sources leach lots of minerals(esp. iron based minerals) off the mountains and plankton along the rivers course and dump them in the Atlantic at the Bight of Benin .This is a major food/mineral source for marine life and means we should have very fertile stocks of aquatic life that can be harvested profitable and in larger quantities than other non delta Nations. Remember, its not one, but two rivers leaching minerals through many nations to our delta.We should be super-rich in shallow and deep-sea aquatic life and the trawlers know it.

  19. drag_on says:

    It seems as though the link above has been taken down, if oga beeg wants the saved page i can e-mail it too him.Maybe someone wants to bury the story because it implicates the office of the PM.

  20. Tope says:

    @Obix oga me too I’m confused, is this a Flaw or There are Information we are not privy too, its on this blog that Gen beeg showed us Never Seen before APC in the Army Inventory not Recorded anywhere, if such can happen it stands to Reason there are Airframes in the NAF that are there but we don’t know of, Remember some Beegeagle Bloggers have Reported Sighting “unidentified” jets flying from TAC to Abuja etc. One even said it had a different Camo Scheme so it Stands to Reason it might be Mig-29s or da Su-7 said above. But like I said if we can dissect the Listings to see wich is true so we can at least learn @Obix oga me too I’m confused, is this a Flaw or There are Information we are not privy too, its on this blog that Gen beeg showed us Never Seen before APC in the Army Inventory not Recorded anywhere, if such can happen it stands to Reason there are Airframes in the NAF that are there but we don’t know of, Remember some Beegeagle Bloggers have Reported Sighting “unidentified” jets flying from TAC to Abuja etc. One even said it had a different Camo Scheme so it Stands to Reason it might be Mig-29s or da Su-7 said above. But like I said if we can dissect the Listings to see wich is true so we can at least learn @Obix oga me too I’m confused, is this a Flaw or There are Information we are not privy too, its on this blog that Gen beeg showed us Never Seen before APC in the Army Inventory not Recorded anywhere, if such can happen it stands to Reason there are Airframes in the NAF that are there but we don’t know of, Remember some Beegeagle Bloggers have Reported Sighting “unidentified” jets flying from TAC to Abuja etc. One even said it had a different Camo Scheme so it Stands to Reason it might be Mig-29s or da Su-7 said above. But like I said if we can dissect the Listings to see wich is true so we can at least learn @Obix oga me too I’m confused, is this a Flaw or There are Information we are not privy too, its on this blog that Gen beeg showed us Never Seen before APC in the Army Inventory not Recorded anywhere, if such can happen it stands to Reason there are Airframes in the NAF that are there but we don’t know of, Remember some Beegeagle Bloggers have Reported Sighting “unidentified” jets flying from TAC to Abuja etc. One even said it had a different Camo Scheme so it Stands to Reason it might be Mig-29s or da Su-7 said above. But like I said if we can dissect the Listings to see wich is true so we can at least learn more.

    @Drag_on This case is Serious, and dat Woman with Headtie will now say Defence Sector is Unproductive, Well wen u lose a 10 billion dollar Fishery Sector to Pirates and Illegal Fishing Companies wat do u expect? But mahn! Wetin Fishing Company go live all da Seas in Asia and come to Nigeria to Fish? Nah it smacks of sometin much deeper, they could be Spies for a Foreign Intelligence Group, they could be Drug and Arm Traffickers who usually disguise their trade to gain access to even the most secured areas, Mexico-USA can give u da Gist! I just don’t believe they came to Nigeria to fish Alone! They came here for oda reasons.

    In Terms of Operational Excellence NNS Pathfinder has been the Most Active I know of, NNS Beecroft is also another Active Base! But NNS Pathfinder’s Record speaks for itself Kudos, Is high time a Coast Guard Be immediately Formed wich Co-ordinates Fishery Protection, Oil and Gas and EEZ Patrol into dis Doctrine Freeing da Navy to Defend or Lend support to International Gulf of Guinea Waters! Or if possible da Coast Guard can be under the Jurisdiction of da Navy, also we need a Marine unit maybe the Amphibious Command of the Army can fit dat bill who knows? But the Navy needs Funding in Great Amounts, There was an Article Recently dat says da Navy is Owed 4-5 billion Naira as Money from budget in 2013! We are in March 2014 pls Finance Ministry we are using God’s name to beg u people Release Funds to Armed Forces pls.

    Finally, We need to also Deal Cautiously with our Chinese Friends we r in an Era of Serio

    • Are James says:

      We know the NAF was waiting for April 2014 to come before they wow us with some exciting new acquisitions. With the current situation in the country, the Air Expo will now doubt be very low key but maybe we still get to see something new.

      • doziex says:

        Oga Are james sorry, I can guarantee you NAF is NOT planning any new acquisitions for 2014.
        They believe the shameful status quo is good enough.

    • giles says:

      i tink for me dat chiness ocean bed mapping ship might have gone back and tell dere pple dat our water is full of fishes,and concerning d finance min forget her hav u not seen were somone will say 1 and do another.

  21. Are James says:

    What we stand to gain yearly from the gulf of guinea is far in excess of the figures quoted maybe $25bn dollars (non oil). GDP contribution from that region is potentially up to 20% of national GDP.

    Having 75% of our OPVs, frigates, helicopters and maritime surveillance assets policing the waters is going to be costly and I am not going to reduce that figure.So return on investment is clear from those figures.
    You guys do the math joor !!!

    • Are James says:

      Notice the way the Nigerian Navy continues to make the case for increasing their budget by releasing stories from their operational logs which showcase their achievements and the impact they are making to the national security profile and the economy.
      This is the way to go in a modern democracy. Make positive noises and attract funds, keep quiet and scrimp on funds and you get progressively smaller until …planes start falling out of the sky. Forgive the obvious dig at a rival service in that metaphor.

      • Are James says:

        Conceivably, the day might come when the Navy will have more assets in the air than the NAF. Nigerian will, then absorb the entire NAF inventory and men into NN and call them the Nigerian Navy Air Support squadron.

  22. drag_on says:

    This is the details of the one in my possession that was taken down.

    18 March 2014 /İSTANBUL, TODAYSZAMAN.COM
    Turkish Airlines allegedly carried cargo suspected to be weapons to unknown groups in Nigeria, which has been riveted by unabated fighting between central government and the radical militant group Boko Haram and also different factions in northern part of the country, a new audio recording has revealed.
    The audio clip was uploaded by the Twitter user Başçalan onto YouTube late Tuesday. The revelation is bound to create both legal and diplomatic troubles for Ankara in international arena given the unfolding sectarian strife and violence that roiled the Africa’s largest country.

    Executive assistant of Turkish Airlines (THY) CEO Hamdi Topçu, Mehmet Karakaş, is heard discussing with Mustafa Varank, an advisor to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, on the cargo full of materials, which, he says kill people, carried by THY planes to Nigeria, an oil giant country. It wasn’t clear whether the cargo was about weapons shipment or not. Today’s Zaman could not verify the authenticity of the leaked recording.

    Karakaş is heard asking Varank to seek opinion of the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) Undersecretary Hakan Fidan over the nature of the cargo as he had questions over the address of delivery.

    “I don’t know whether these [materials] kill Muslims or Christians. Please put my worries to rest,” Karakaş is heard saying to the prime minister’s advisor.

  23. Are James says:

    ….The NN Air support squadron will be initially charged with oil theft prevention harassment duties-
    sweeping low with old Alpha jets to scare away oil pipeline vandals.
    After a fourth round of local PDM on their jets the force will thereafter be used for more critically strategic national duties – air patrol of the residences of all state governors wives to interdict, prevent and attack would be kidnappers.

    *let me stop here before I get into trouble*

  24. Obix says:

    My Ogas, tune in to NTA. General Olukolade in on air with some other security experts!

    • jimmy says:

      I thought you were in the ukraine covering events for beegeagle’s blog. T-Mobile. America’s First Nationwide 4G Network

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