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HMAS Adelaide commissioned into Royal Australian Navy

HMAS Adelaide commissioned into Royal Australian Navy - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "HMAS Adelaide commissioned into Royal Australian Navy" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail Landing Helicopter Dock HMAS Adelaide was commissioned into the Royal

MaritimeQuest - HMAS Darwin FFG-04 Page 5

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HMAS Ballarat on live-fire exercise with China's navy

HMAS Ballarat on live-fire exercise with China's navy - CONTACT magazine

Share the post "HMAS Ballarat on live-fire exercise with China’s navy" FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInE-mail The Royal Australian Navy’s HMAS Ballarat participated in a

Warships assemble in Sydney Harbour for Fleet Review - HMAS Sydney leads the ships into Sydney Harbour ahead of the Australian Naval Review 2013 held over nine days in October.

Warships assemble in Sydney Harbour for Fleet Review

Warships from 17 nations have assembled in Sydney Harbour to mark 100 years since the arrival of the RAN's fleet.

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Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers, Australia

The Hobart Class air warfare destroyers (AWD) are being built by AWD Alliance for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The air warfare destroyer programme, known as SEA 4000, will deliver three advance…

HMAS ANZAC (III) FFH 150 For more pictures of ANZAC please visit our web site. #Australia #SydneyHarbour #Sydney #HMASANZAC #ANZAC #Frigate #Warship #RAN #RoyalAustralianNavy #Navy #Ship #FFH150

Destination's Journey - Destination's Journey

HMAS ANZAC (III) FFH 150 entered Australian service in 1996. Home port is Fleet Base East in Sydney. Pictures of HMAS ANZAC

Engineers are frantically working to solve engine problems on the Royal Australian Navy's two largest ships, with fears the Landing Helicopter Docks could be out of action for several weeks.

Navy's largest ships unable to join Cyclone Debbie emergency response

Engineers are frantically working to solve engine problems on the Royal Australian Navy's two largest ships, with fears the Landing Helicopter Docks could be out of action for several weeks — ruling them out for any support efforts in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Debbie.