Brazilian Army and Navy seek safer navigation routes through the Amazon together

The unique joint mission aims to find safer navigation routes for the transportation of supplies through the rivers of the Western Amazon, reducing risks, travel time, and costs in the transportation of materials necessary for the maintenance of the troops on the western border of the country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Army Ferry Boat "Uirá", attached to the Amazon Military Command Vessel Center (CECMA), and the naval vessel Aripuanã, specialized in hydroceanographic surveys of the Northwest Hydrographic and Navigation Center (CHN-9) of the Brazilian Navy, set sail from Manaus to carry out the hydrographic survey of the Manaus-Camanaús stretch in São Gabriel da Cachoeira.

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