the rear admiral Gustavo Calero Garriga PiresCommander of Maritime Operations and Protection of the Blue Amazon, highlighted among the activities scheduled for the Bicentennial of the Independence of Brazilin this 7th of Septembera naval naval parade, in Rio de Janeiro. “We will also have, on this 7th of September, a naval parade with our ships from the Brazilian fleet and war ships from friendly navies, who were invited to the celebration. The naval stop will take place on the same day on the coast of the city of Rio de Janeiro, starting in the early morning, at Recreio dos Bandeirantes, and continuing along the coast to Leme beach.”.
Created along with independence, the Brazilian Navy has special events in Mauá Pier, where the public can visit ships for free. In addition, the event has stands of Military Organizations subordinated to the Command in Chief of the Fleet, such as: Command of the Naval Air Force, Command of the First Division of the Fleet, Command of the Second Division of the Fleet, Command of the Surface Force, Command of the of Submarines, Naval Base in Rio de Janeiro, Center of Intendence of the Navy in Niterói, Center for Support to Operating Systems, Center for Maintenance of Small Vessels and Medical Unit of the Fleet.