Topic: HMAS Anzac (F150)

HMAS Anzac arrives in Fleet Base East after completing her South East Asia Deployment

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Welcome back and BZ to HMAS Anzac - home today after a 3 month deployment to South East Asia. (photo: LSIS Nicolas Gonzalez)

Welcome back and BZ to HMAS Anzac - home today after a 3 month deployment to South East Asia.

Helicopter frigate HMAS Anzac has returned to Fleet Base East after a three month South East Asia Deployment as part of a three ship Task Unit with HMA Ships Success and Toowoomba. Since departing Fleet Base East in March, Anzac has visited seven ports in six nations, participated in two international exercises, conducted passage exercises with French, Royal Thai and Philippines navies and travelled a total of 13,000 nautical miles.

Reservists tour HMAS Anzac in Cebu

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Philippine Navy Reservists view HMAS Anzac's MH60-R helicopter while conducting a ship tour during Exercise LUMBAS 2018, as part of the South East Asia Deployment. (photo: SBLT Max Logan)

Philippine Navy Reservists view HMAS Anzac's MH60-R helicopter while conducting a ship tour during Exercise LUMBAS 2018, as part of the South East Asia Deployment.

Reserve members of the Philippine Navy (PN) were shown an insider’s view of an Anzac-class frigate during a ship tour in Cebu recently.

 

22 years celebrated in Cebu

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Australian Ambassador to the Philippines, Her Excellency Amanda Gorely (centre), with senior officers of the RAN, Philippine Navy and Armed Forces of the Philippines during the Exercise LUMBAS opening ceremony onboard Philippine Navy frigate BRP Ramon Alcaraz. (photo: LSIS Kayla Jackson)

Australian Ambassador to the Philippines, Her Excellency Amanda Gorely (centre), with senior officers of the RAN, Philippine Navy and Armed Forces of the Philippines during the Exercise LUMBAS opening ceremony onboard Philippine Navy frigate BRP Ramon Alcaraz.

HMAS Anzac has reached 22 years of commissioned service on an eventful day that also marked the opening of bilateral Exercise LUMBAS in Cebu, Philippines.

 

Warships weigh anchor as Exercise KOMODO concludes

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HMAS Anzac's crew fall in for Procedure Alpha during a formation foxtrot sail past on completion of Exercise KOMODO 2018. (photo: LSIS Kayla Jackson)

HMAS Anzac's crew fall in for Procedure Alpha during a formation foxtrot sail past on completion of Exercise KOMODO 2018.

The third iteration of Multilateral Naval Exercise KOMODO (MNEK) has drawn to a close off the coast of Lombok, Indonesia.

 

HMAS Anzac to participate in multilateral exercise

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HMAS Anzac sailors 'cheer ship' during the multilateral naval Exercise KOMODO fleet inspection at Lombok, Indonesia, as part of the South East Asia Deployment. (photo: LSIS Kayla Jackson)

HMAS Anzac sailors 'cheer ship' during the multilateral naval Exercise KOMODO fleet inspection at Lombok, Indonesia, as part of the South East Asia Deployment.

HMAS Anzac has joined participants from 36 other nations off the coast of Lombok, Indonesia while in the region as part of their South East Asia deployment.

 

Deployed Navy personnel commemorate Anzac Day abroad

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Members of the catafalque party stand to attention as pipers pipe 'Flowers of the Forest' during an Anzac Day Dawn Service at Hellfire Pass, Thailand. (photo: LSIS Kayla Jackson)

Members of the catafalque party stand to attention as pipers pipe 'Flowers of the Forest' during an Anzac Day Dawn Service at Hellfire Pass, Thailand.

Navy people currently deployed to South East Asia have represented the RAN, ADF and Australia at three special Anzac Day services in Thailand.

 

HMA Ships depart Subic Bay

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HMAS Anzac's crew prepare the ship for departure from Subic Bay in the Philippines during their South East Asia Deployment. (photo: LSIS Kayla Jackson)

HMAS Anzac's crew prepare the ship for departure from Subic Bay in the Philippines during their South East Asia Deployment.

A Philippine Navy band unit assembled on the wharf in Subic Bay as HMAS Anzac departed for its next destination of the South East Asia Deployment.

Toowoomba visits Kota Kinabalu

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HMAS Toowoomba's crew are greeted by performing artists in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, during their South East Asia Deployment. (photo: ABIS Steven Thomson)

HMAS Toowoomba's crew are greeted by performing artists in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, during their South East Asia Deployment.

HMAS Toowoomba received an enthusiastic welcome to the Malaysian city of Kota Kinabalu during a port visit recently.

 

Team sports on display in the Philippines

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Personnel from HMA Ships Anzac and Success join members of the Philippine Navy for a goodwill sports day as part of their South East Asia Deployment. (photo: LSIS Kayla Jackson)

Personnel from HMA Ships Anzac and Success join members of the Philippine Navy for a goodwill sports day as part of their South East Asia Deployment.

More than 50 people from HMA Ships Success and Anzac have joined members of the Philippine Navy Education and Training Command for a Goodwill Sports Day.

 

Khlong Toey kids onboard

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Chief Petty Officer Benjamin Lyons, Sub Lieutenant Quaelan Brooks and Able Seaman Electronics Technician Elijah Leabres help children from the Khlong Toey slum raise communication flags onboard HMAS Anzac during a port visit to Bangkok as part of the  South East Asia Deployment. (photo: LSIS Kayla Jackson)

Chief Petty Officer Benjamin Lyons, Sub Lieutenant Quaelan Brooks and Able Seaman Electronics Technician Elijah Leabres help children from the Khlong Toey slum raise communication flags onboard HMAS Anzac during a port visit to Bangkok as part of the South East Asia Deployment.

An event onboard Navy frigate HMAS Anzac has put smiles on the faces of underprivileged children in Bangkok, Thailand.