HMAS KANIMBLA at anchor in Madang Harbour, Tab Anchorage, with A25 Blackhawks on the aft fight deck, and a Landing Craft Medium berthed along the starboard side, during Exercise Olgeta Warrior 2009. (photo : DefenceGovAu)
Boarding Party Training During Exercise Olegeta Warrior
Members of the Papua New Guinea Navy from HMPNGS Seeadler, conduct Boarding Party Training Exercise aboard HMAS KANIMBLA during Exercise Olgeta Warrior 2009. Exercise Olgeta Warrior is seen as an opportunity to enhance the interoperability of both nations.
HMPNGS Seeadler - left. (photo : DefenceGovAu)
The increased interoperability that will be achieved will enhance the ability for both nations to work together to achieve regional security and increase the ability to provide short notice Humanitarian Aid and Disaster relief. Exercise Olgeta Warrior 09 is the largest bilateral exercise between the PNGDF and ADF since PNG’s independence.
Blackhawks on Task During Exercise Olgeta Warrior
Leading Seaman Terrence Joseph and Able Seaman Gehala Dai, members of HMPNGS Seeadler boarding party team, are on ships security, whilst conducting a Boarding Party Training Exercise, aboard HMAS KANIMBLA, during Exercise Olgeta Warrior 2009. (photo : DefenceGovAu)Pilots of 5 Aviation from Townsville, conduct High Density Altitude and Navigation Training in the mountains of Papua New Guinea.
Members of HMPNGS Seeadler boarding party team are brought over by RHIB to HMAS KANIMBLA for a Boarding Party Training Exercise during Exercise Olgeta Warrior 2009. (photo : DefenceGovAu)
Onboard members of HMAS KANIMBLA ships company participate in aircraft familiarisation training and are given the opportunity to view World War II aircraft crash sites from the air.
An A25 Blackhawk, comes in for landing on the aft flight deck of HMAS KANIMBLA, after conducting flying operations over Papua New Guinea, during Exercise Olgeta Warrior 2009. (photo : DefenceGovAu)