Topic: Operation MANITOU
April 01, 2015 by Ms Natalie Staples (author), ABIS Richard Cordell (photographer), ABIS Chantell Bianchi (photographer)
Able Seaman Cryptologic Linguist Jovanne Damiao, with Lizbeth and daughter Izabella, before departing on HMAS Newcastle, for the Middle Eastern region.
Newcastle was farewelled from Garden Island, Sydney on 1 April, setting course for the Middle East Region where she will spend six months deployed as part of Operation MANITOU.
Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Ali Muhamad (left) and Petty Officer Boatswain Mathew Goward raise the Torres Straight Island and Aboriginal flags (respectively) onboard HMAS Success to recognise the Anniversary of the Apology to Members of the Stolen Generations whilst deployed in the Middle East Region as part of Operation MANITOU.
Success has had a busy month deployed as part of Operation MANITOU in the Middle East Region.
Commanding Officer HMAS Success, Captain Justin Jones, RAN (right) with Commanding Officer HMS Kent, Commander Andrew Block, RN during a replenishment at sea evolution while in the Middle East Region as part of Operation MANITOU.
A replenishment at sea between Royal Navy ship, HMS
Kent, and HMAS Success in the North Arabian Sea on 2 March provided an opportunity for each ship’s Executive Officer to work closely with a ship from their previous navies.
CTF-150 Liaison Officers Lieutenant Commander Kellie Bolt, Royal Australian Navy (back second from left) and Chief Petty Officer Steve Clark, Royal Canadian Navy (front third from left), with members of the Mauritius Coast Guard.
Lieutenant Commander Kellie Bolt, who is deployed with the Canadian-led Combined Task Force 150 as part of Operation MANITOU, recently mentored members of the Mauritius Coast Guard during the annual multinational Exercise CUTLASS EXPRESS.
HMAS Success's Seahawk 'ODIN' lends a hand to United States Ships Joshua Humphries (top) and Oscar Austin to conduct a vertical replenishment while in the Middle East Region as part of Operation MANITOU.
Success has again proven her flexibility by providing short notice logistical help to a United States 6th Fleet Task Force operating off the east coast of Africa.
HMAS Success (centre) conducts a dual replenishment at sea evolution with French Ship Chevalier Paul (left) and Federation German Ship Luebeck while transiting the Gulf of Aden in support of Combined Task Force 53.
Australian supply ship, HMAS
Success, has supported a French Carrier Battle Group during a recent transit through the Gulf of Aden, providing logistic support.
Commander Combined Task Force 465, Swedish Rear Admiral Jonas Haggren (left) talks with Commanding Officer HMAS Success, Captain Justin Jones, RAN during a short visit to HMAS Success while on patrol in the Middle East as part of Operation MANITOU.
During a recent Replenishment at Sea with European Naval Forces Flag Ship, Royal Netherlands Navy ship HNLMS
Johan de Witt, HMAS Success received a visit from Force Commander Rear Admiral Jonas Haggren, Swedish Navy.
HMAS Success Conducts a replenishment at sea with USS Iwo Jima (right) while sailing in the Gulf of Aden in support of Combined Task Force 53.
Success’s ship’s company recently witnessed the awesome display of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s amphibious vessel USS Iwo Jima.
HMAS Success' Clearance Diving Team prepare to dive on a distressed vessel with a cracked hull in the Middle East Region. Success came to the vessel's assistance while carrying out patrol and surveillance operations in support of Combined Task Force 150 Counter Narcotics Operations.
Success and her boarding team came to the rescue of a local cargo dhow in the Middle East on 10 February after responding to a distress call and finding the vessel taking on water.
Federation German Ship Luebeck alongside HMAS Success during a Replenishment at Sea while deployed in the Middle East Region on Operation Manitou.
Success is showing her versatility in a multi-role capacity while deployed to Operation MANITOU in the Middle East Region.