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Royal Australian Navy ships across two task groups have conducted regional presence deployments throughout the Indo-Pacific region. During their deployments the ships and their embarked ADF units undertook joint exercises and other engagements with Australia’s regional partners. Regional Presence Deployments demonstrate Australia’s commitment and engagement with the region. These deployments play a vital role in Australia’s long term security and prosperity by protecting Australia’s interests, preserving a rules based order, enhancing cooperation and relationships with regional partners and allies and developing capability and interoperability.
HMAS Canberra (L02) is the lead ship of the Canberra-class landing helicopter dock in service with the Royal Australian Navy. It is the current flagship of the RAN fleet. Construction of the ship started in Spain in 2008, with the hull launched by Navantia in 2011. Hi guys, I'm Dung Tran. Thank you for watching this video. Don't forget to visit Dung Tran Military channel 🤍 Official website: 🤍 In case you want to donate me - I have a Paypal account: 🤍 Become a Patreon: 🤍 Even the smallest amount of money is your great encouragement for me. - Thank you very much. Best regards Dung Tran.
HMAS Canberra (L02) arrives at Pearl Harbor, departs Pearl Harbor, plus flight deck operations with helicopters landing and taking-off. Canberra is classified as a Landing Helicopter Dock ship, also sometime called a light aircraft carrier. All footage filmed during Exercise RIMPAC in July 2016. Film Credits: PO2 Johans Chavarro, PO2 Laurie Dexter, Royal Australian Navy Video by Leading Seaman Tom Gibson - Have a look at The Gung Ho Vids Amazon Store. Military Style Gear, Gaming and More. Link Below: 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
Check out our excellent variety of resin and diecast aircraft models - with over 400+ commercial and military scale model aircraft and helicopters available! We deliver worldwide click here : 🤍 FACTS ABOUT HMAS CANBERRA CLASS Landing Helicopter Dock The Canberra class is a ship class of two Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) ships built for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Planning to upgrade the navy's amphibious fleet began in 2000, based on Australian experiences leading the International Force for East Timor peacekeeping operation. With a new climate for growing Australian Navy spending, a desire existed for forward defense capability for landing and supporting troops on Asian territory, that had never existed in Australian history, even with the old Majestic-class light fleet carriers, HMAS Melbourne and HMAS Sydney in the 1970s. In 2004, French company Direction des Constructions Navales (DCN) and Spanish company Navantia were invited to tender proposals, with DCN offering the Mistral-class amphibious assault ship and Navantia proposing the "Buque de Proyección Estratégica" design (later commissioned as Juan Carlos I). The Spanish design was selected in 2007, with Navantia responsible for construction of the ships from the keel to the flight deck, and BAE Systems Australia handling the fabrication of the superstructure and fitting out. Construction of the first ship, HMAS Canberra, commenced in late 2008, with the hull launched in early 2011, and sea trials in early 2014. Canberra was commissioned in November 2014. Work on the second vessel, HMAS Adelaide, started in early 2010. Adelaide was commissioned in December 2015. They are the largest vessels ever operated by the RAN, with a displacement of 27,500 tonnes (27,100 long tons; 30,300 short tons). The ships are home-ported at Fleet Base East in Sydney (which has prompted complaints from nearby residents about machinery noise, exhaust fumes, and blocked views) and will regularly operate out of Townsville, the location of Lavarack Barracks, home of the Australian Army's 3rd Brigade. In addition to being located in North Queensland close to Asia and the Pacific Islands, one of the 3rd Brigade's Battalion's, the 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, was selected to become the Army's specialist amphibious infantry battalion. FOOTAGE ATTRIBUTIONS : *under creative commons license* 🤍 by Royal Australian Navy 🤍 by Royal Australian Navy 🤍 by Royal Australian Navy Film Credits: PO2 Johans Chavarro, PO2 Laurie Dexter, Royal Australian Navy Video by Leading Seaman Tom Gibson Film Credits: Cpl Natalie Dillon Film Credits: PO1 Meranda Keller
Approximately 1,600 Australian Defence Force personnel have joined twenty-six international partners to undertake the world’s largest international maritime exercise. Held across training areas in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California from 29 June to 04 August 2022, Exercise Rim of the Pacific 2022 (RIMPAC) is a biennial international military exercise hosted by Commander, U.S Pacific Fleet. The ADF contribution is substantial including HMA Ships Canberra, Supply and Warramunga, two RAAF P-8A Poseidon aircraft, a submarine, mine warfare and clearance diving capabilities, and a Joint Landing Force led by the 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment accompanied by personnel and capabilities from across Australian Army units. RIMPAC aims to be the premier joint combined maritime exercise and enables Australia to strengthen international partnerships, enhance interoperability and improve readiness for a wide range of potential operations. This year RIMPAC will feature twenty-six nations, 38 surface ships, four submarines, nine national land forces, more than 170 aircraft and approximately 25,000 personnel.
As tensions rise in the Pacific region, America and Japan have embarked on converting their naval Landing Helicopter docks and amphibious landing ships to operate the F-35B Lightning II, all-weather stealth multirole combat aircraft. Other nations around the world are also considering or converting their amphibious assault ships to F-35B operating hybrid LHD/Small Carriers. The Royal Australian Navy operate two Canberra class landing helicopter dock (LHD), these were both commissioned within the last ten years and designed to give Australia a forward defence capability for landing and supporting troops on Asian territory. Unlike the Previous Australian light fleet carriers, HMAS Melbourne (R21) scrapped in the early 1980's and HMAS Sydney (R17) scrapped in 1975, the Canberra class LHD ships will not be carrying fixed wing aircraft. This film looks at the canberra class ships and other naval nations future and current direction for their light carriers and LHD. Update, I stated the CV-22 Osprey had landed on the flight deck of the Canberra for the first time in 2022, to clarify it was 2016. During RIMPAC 22 Canberra amphibious assault ship embarked US Marine Corps (USMC) MV-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft in an at-sea phase of a naval exercise for the first time. Additional Editing, research and graphics by 🤍OFF TRACK PLACES - Military Aircraft Many more military videos: 🤍 Original videos by Navy Personnel from around the world
HMAS Canberra and embarked forces returned to Australia after successfully completing Regional Presence Deployment 2020. The Australian Defence Force has embarked on a regional deployment to conduct exercises within Southeast Asia and Hawaii over the coming months. The deployment demonstrates Australia’s commitment to sustaining strong and positive defence relationships with regional nations as well as the security and stability of the Indo-Pacific region. 🤍
In August 1942 HMAS Canberra (I) operated with the naval force supporting the American landings at Guadalcanal and Tulagi, operations which ended with her loss in the Battle of Savo Island on 9 August 1942.
Short Documentary that appeared on Australian TV, revealing that HMAS Canberra was possibly struck by torpedoes from the USS Bagly, immobilising the ship, and turning her into a sitting duck for approaching Japanese warships. This short doco was shown in 1995 on prime-time Australian TV. I have never seen it replayed since. Go to 🤍 to see what else I do.
Exercise RIMPAC 2022 has seen a number of firsts, one of them being the first time U.S. Marine Corps MV-22's have embarked onboard the Royal Australian Navy HMAS Canberra. 2x Osprey's from VMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions" based at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii will deploy onboard the Australian Navy's LHD for the whole three week exercise. Commanding Officer of the HMAS Canberra Captain Jace Hutchison said it was another moment highlighting the close ties between the Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps, and will look forward to do it especially during Ex Talisman Sabre 2023. #AusNavy #USMC #YourADF #USwithAUS
Perhaps Japan's decision to modify its Izumo-class helicopter carriers to operate the F-35B has rekindled debate over the warfighting capability of the Royal Australian Navy. Under Project AIR 6000 Phase 7, the F-35A was the primary fighter jet option under consideration, bringing the fleet up to 100 aircraft. There might be a good reason to consider alternatives rather than rush to embrace an all F-35A capability.
Australia’s newest, biggest and most potent warships have just completed a gruelling set of military tests — demonstrating their readiness to respond to any emergency, anywhere. The helicopter-troop carrier HMAS Adelaide finished Exercise Sea Explorer yesterday off the Queensland coast, which involved completing a set of tasks intended to test her suitability for her new rapid-response role. In military parlance, this is known as the Amphibious Ready Element. Her slightly older sister, HMAS Canberra, has a greater task to perform: she’s taking part in her first international event — Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) which involves dozens of warships from nations including the United States and China.
On the 9th of August, 1942 the first Royal Australian Navy ship to bear the name HMAS Canberra fought side by side with our American Allies as part of a critical campaign centred on Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands. The Battle of Savo Island resulted in the sinking of the Canberra and the loss of 84 sailors, with 109 wounded. The 9th of August has a deep resonance for the ship’s company of the current HMAS Canberra, with HMAS Ballarat also taking station off Canberra's port beam for this year's commemoration. • Subscribe to Defence Australia here: 🤍 • For more information about a career in the Royal Australian Navy: 🤍 Connect with the Department of Defence: • Facebook: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍 • LinkedIn: 🤍 • Twitter: 🤍 • Website: 🤍 V20212447
Task Group 659.1, including HMA Ships Canberra, Warramunga, Ballarat and HMNZS Te Kaha arrive in Pearl Harbour, Hawaii for the commencement of the world’s largest maritime warfare exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2016.The Australian Defence Force is deploying three ships, three aircraft and more than 1,650 personnel to take part in Exercise Rim of the Pacific 16 (RIMPAC 16) off the coast of Hawaii and California. The multinational activity held from30 June to 4 August 2016 is the world’s largest maritime exercise and includes more than 25,000 personnel from 27 countries. The exercise aims to strengthen international maritime partnerships, enhance interoperability and improve the readiness of participating forces for a wide range of potential operations.
Ever since the commissioning of the Canberra class LHDs in 2014, there has been substantial discussion over their use in the role of Light Aircraft Carrier, via the acquisition and deployment of the F-35B. Although the ADF has not made any public statements indicating interest in this capability, a persistent debate has continued within the Australian strategic community, one that has been dominated by the negative argument. This documentary aims to place that debate on much firmer ground by examining some of the claims made by the dominant 'no' camp, with the clear goal of improving the public discussion around the Canberra class and their potential to serve as STOVL carriers. 0:00 Introduction 5:22 The Canberra Class's Aviation Capability 14:06 Would the F-35B Option diminish the Canberra's Amphibious Capability? 20:46 Is the Air Group large enough to be useful? 30:16 How useful would this capability be to Australia? 35:24 What about the RAAF's tankers? 40:26 Cant Australia just rely on its allies? 43:30 The whole idea will just be too expensive 49:44 Conclusion
MV-22 Osprey's of USMC Squadron VMM-165 (nicknamed "White Knights") aboard HMAS Canberra (L02) during Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2022 flights. HMAS Canberra is the first ship from the Canberra-class landing helicopter dock in service with the Royal Australian Navy. Become a channel sponsor and you will get access to exclusive bonuses. Read more: 🤍
Canberra Class Landing Helicopter Dock HMAS Canberra and Supply Class Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment ship HMAS Supply returned to their homeport of Fleet Base East, Sydney on Sunday 04 September 2022 after a three month regional presence deployment. Canberra and Supply were among two of five Royal Australian Navy ships deployed across two task units conducting regional presence deployments throughout the Indo-Pacific region. The ships were met by Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Mark Hammond, AM, RAN and Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Jonathan Earley, CSC, RAN and family and friends. Want even more videos like this? Subscribe to Defence Australia: 🤍 Connect with the Department of Defence: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 ABOUT DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE Defending Australia and its national interests. V20222844
27 chefs are embarked in Amphibious Assault Ship HMAS Canberra as she travels to Pearl Harbour, Hawaii ahead of Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2016. With one of the largest galleys in the fleet, more than 2,876 meals are served to 923 personnel (including ship’s company and embarked forces) each day. The Australian Defence Force is deploying three ships, aircraft and more than 1650 personnel to take part in the Exercise off the coast of Hawaii and Southern California. The multinational activity held from 30 June to 4 August 2016 is the world’s largest maritime exercise and includes more than 25,000 personnel from 27 countries. RIMPAC seeks to enhance interoperability between Pacific Rim armed forces, ostensibly as a means of promoting stability in the region to the benefit of all participating nations. The exercise helps participants foster and sustain the cooperative relationships that are critical to ensuring the safety of sea lanes and security on the world’s oceans.
Some vision from my first dive to the scuttled wreck of the former Navy ship HMAS Canberra. What an experience, the visibility wasn't the best but it provided for a spooky eerie exhilarating experience. Shot on GoPro 7 Black 4K As far as marine life goes, on this day we saw Leatherjackets, Blue Devils, Old Wives and i think we got to about 25 metres depth mainly cruising around the bow, bridge and mast areas, so certainly not enough time to see the whole 138 metres, they tell me it takes many dives to properly explore the Canberra. Site Location Details The agreed location for the ex HMAS Canberra FFG-02 artificial reef and wreck dive site is in Bass Strait, situated between Port Lonsdale and Barwon Heads, Victoria, Australia. It is approximately: 2 to 3 km offshore from the dune coastline of Ocean Grove, 4.2 km from the mouth of the Barwon River and 6.2 km from Point Lonsdale. Vicroads reference Map 455 B12.
HMAS Canberra completed a five-month deployment and returned to her home port Fleet Base East, Sydney on 13 November 2021. While away the Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) took part in Exercises Talisman Sabre 21, Large Scale Global Exercise 21, and Bersama Gold. HMAS Canberra also led an Australian maritime task group including HMA Ships Anzac and Sirius on Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2021, Australia's regional engagement activity.
HMAS Canberra and her ship’s company returned to Fleet Base East, Sydney from their six month deployment on the 2 August 2019 Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan AO, RAN joined family and friends to welcome the ship's company. HMAS Canberra’s six month deployment consisted of a number of bi-lateral exercises with our international partners, including; OCEAN EXPLORER, INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR, SEA RAIDER and TALISMAN SABRE.
#NotWhatYouThink The most technologically advanced warship in the Royal Australian Navy is not a landing dock carrier HMAS Canberra but something much smaller #NotWhatYouThink #NWYT #shorts Music: Lift off- Killrude Footage: Royal Australian Navy - used under creative commons license. US Department of Defense Note: "The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement."
PACIFIC OCEAN (July 14, 2022) Land Forces from Australia, Malaysia and Sri-Lanka embarked Royal Australian Navy landing helicopter dock HMAS Canberra (L02) via U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey during Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2022. Defense Now - July 2022. 🤍 Checkout for more Latest Defense & Technology News Updates. 🤍defenseflashnews.com Land Forces Embarkation RIMPAC 2022 - HMAS Canberra PACIFIC OCEAN 07.14.2022 Twenty-six nations, 38 ships, four submarines, more than 170 aircraft and 25,000 personnel are participating in RIMPAC from June 29 to Aug. 4 in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California. The world's largest international maritime exercise, RIMPAC provides a unique training opportunity while fostering and sustaining cooperative relationships among participants critical to ensuring the safety of sea lanes and security on the world's oceans. RIMPAC 2022 is the 28th exercise in the series that began in 1971. (Video by Royal Australian Petty Officer Chris Szumlanski) Film Credits: Video by Christopher Szumlanksi Commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet
Indo-Pacific Endeavour 21 (IPE21) is Australia’s flagship regional engagement activity, reinforcing Australia’s strong and enduring partnerships in Southeast Asia. Centred on a maritime task group, IPE21 involves HMA Ships Canberra and Anzac and approximately 600 people, including Australian Defence Force and civilian defence personnel, and sea riders from partner nations. Engagements have been modified in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and will be carried out primarily through contactless port visits, and will include a range of virtual workshops and at-sea activities. More here: 🤍 • Want even more videos like this? Subscribe to Defence Australia here: 🤍 • For more information about a career in the Royal Australian Navy: 🤍 Connect with the Department of Defence: • Facebook: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍 • LinkedIn: 🤍 • Twitter: 🤍 • Website: 🤍 V20212630
HMAS Canberra conducts air operations with international navies during Exercise TALISMAN SABER 2017. The Talisman Saber series of exercises is the principal Australian and United States Military Training activity focused on the planning and conduct of mid-intensity ‘high end’ war fighting. Exercise TALISMAN SABER is the largest combined, joint military exercise undertaken by the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and provides invaluable experience to ADF personnel to improve combat training, readiness and interoperability, exposing participants to a wide spectrum of military capabilities and training experiences. The biennial exercise was conducted for the seventh time in 2017, involving more than 30,000 US and Australian participants, operating in the maritime, land and air environments.
HMAS Canberra prepared a feast of Indonesian cuisine in preparation for its port visit to Jakarta during Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2021 (IPE21). The galley cooked up dishes including Nasi Goreng, Beef Rendang, Chicken Satay, and Indonesian spiced fish which proved extremely popular in the ship's dining rooms. Deployed in late August, Indonesia marked the final port visit of IPE21 for HMAS Canberra. • Want even more videos like this? Subscribe to Defence Australia here: 🤍 • For more information about a career in the Australian Army: 🤍 Connect with the Department of Defence: • Facebook: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍 • LinkedIn: 🤍 • Twitter: 🤍 • Website: 🤍 V20213277
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Commissioned in 2015, the HMAS Adelaide is the second of two Australia's Landing Helicopter Dock carrier. This ship and her sister HMAS Canberra are the largest ships ever built for the Royal Australian Navy. military-wiki.com is the official website of Dung Tran Military In case you want to donate to me - I have a Paypal account: 🤍 Become a Patreon: 🤍 Even the smallest amount of money is your great encouragement for me. - Thank you very much. Best regards Dung Tran.
A Royal Australian Meteorology and Oceanography (METOC) team is delivering vital information to assist the Australian whole-of-government relief mission in Fiji. Armed with advanced technology and daily weather balloon launches, the METOC team is providing Operation Fiji Assist 2016 with in-depth and accurate analysis of local weather, by combining local observations and analysis with satellite and weather model data.
HMAS Canberra played a starring role in Sydney’s Australia Day activities as the centrepiece of the traditional Salute to Australia in Sydney Harbour. The Governor of New South Wales, Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC, received the 21-gun salute fired from Bradfield Park, on board Canberra. The salute was accompanied by the Australian Army Band and followed by a Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18A/B Flypast and handling display over the harbour. The Landing Helicopter Dock hosted hundreds of guests aboard, including fifty Rural Fire Service volunteers and their families who received a personal thanks from the Governor and a number of new citizens, who were sworn in on the ship.
Regional engagement with Malaysia is an important part of Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2021 (IPE21) activities in the Southeast Asia regions. Three seariders from the Malaysian armed forces sailed on board HMAS Canberra for 10 days as part of IPE21. Centered on a maritime task group, IPE21 involved HMA Ships Canberra and Anzac and approximately 700 people, including Australian Defence Force and civilian Defence personnel, and sea riders from partner nations. Engagements had been modified in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and will be carried out primarily through contactless port visits, and included a range of virtual workshops and at-sea activities.