Since the twentieth century, with the rapid development of science and technology, human dependence on the ocean is also increasingly important, the status and value of the ocean will continue to improve, the world''s competition for the ocean, the development of marine competition has become increasingly prominent, The relationship between the sea and the fundamental interests of the country more closely, and the Somali pirates from Somalia in 1990, the continuation of the civil war, large-scale and long-term civil war, causing the country a large number of refugees displaced and filled with weapons at hand, The main cause of the problem out of control. Although Somalia has humanitarian assistance from the UN food program, the Navy does not have the Navy to control its maritime security, with piracy backed by complex terrorist organizations or specific states behind it.
This study focuses on the study of the strategic implications of the escort mission in the Gulf of Aden and Somali waters, and the implications of the strategic implications behind the mission of sending the escort fleet into the region. As far as the time horizon is concerned, The scope of the study is from 2008 to 2015. The paper discusses the origin, connotation and function of the related events in the period, and analyzes the importance and development trend of the continuous task. Since this is the first time for the Navy to carry out overseas peacekeeping missions since the establishment of the Chinese Communist Party, it is my hope that the Government of the Republic of China will be helpful to the relevant policies in the future through the study and analysis of this study.