04 Agustus 2018

ADF Successfully Completes Exercise RIMPAC 2018

04 Agustus 2018


ADF at RIMPAC 2018 (all photos : Aus DoD)

More than 1,600 members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) have successfully completed Exercise RIMPAC 2018, the world’s largest multinational maritime exercise.

Exercise RIMPAC 2018 culminated this week in a major multi-national amphibious landing activity, following four weeks of gunnery, missile, anti-submarine and air-defence exercises, as well as maritime interdiction and vessel boardings, explosive ordnance disposal, diving and salvage operations, and mine clearance operations.



Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Marise Payne said Exercise RIMPAC 2018 had tested and proven the ADF’s capabilities and improved its interoperability with partner nations.

“RIMPAC helps to sustain the cooperative relationships that are critical to maintaining international maritime security and ensuring we’re ready to work together should the time come,” Minister Payne said.



“Over these past weeks the ADF has proven not only its reputation as a professional military force, but also as a responsible member of a multi-national team, committed to maintaining security in the Pacific Rim.”

During the exercise Australian personnel demonstrated a wide range of capabilities from humanitarian assistance and disaster response to maritime security operations and complex war fighting alongside their peers from 25 nations.



The significant milestones achieved during Exercise RIMPAC 2018 were:

-A Royal Australian Air Force P-8A Poseidon aircraft from 92 Wing firing a live Harpoon missile for the first time, successfully striking a surface target and collecting important operational data.
-HMAS Adelaide embarking US Marine Corps Amphibious Assault Vehicles for the first time and carrying a record number of personnel from nine different nations.
-Frigates HMAS Melbourne and HMAS Toowoomba successfully firing missiles against moving targets at sea in company with ships from the US, Canada and Singapore.
-Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment successfully testing their interoperability within a multinational amphibious readiness group, boosting their standing as Australia’s amphibious force.



The next RIMPAC is planned for the Hawaiian Islands in 2020.

(Aus DoD)

9 komentar:

  1. Mas Super,

    Wingi sampeyan ngitung2 latihane TNI 3 matra nganti bingung to ?

    Jawabanne 215 latihan, sumbere saka RKP Kemhan tahun 2018.

    Pantes sampeyan nganti bingung.

    BalasHapus
    Balasan
    1. Maaf mas TN, tak sela...

      Ada kapal terbakar diperairan makasar....masak Pak Jonan mesti rangkap jabatan🤔

      Hapus
    2. Komentar ini telah dihapus oleh pengarang.

      Hapus
    3. Buset 215 latihan ? 😨😨😨

      Gitu kok masih ada yg bilang pespur TNI Grounded ya mas ? Apa dia baca link jaman prasejarah brontosaurus mas ??? 😅😅😅😅

      215 latihan berarti dibagi 360 hari artinya tiap 2 hari sekali pasti gantian tuh mas TNI AD AL dan AU.

      Strong bener dah TNI 🙋

      Hapus
  2. Balasan
    1. Kenarok "magabut"...mosok ket sakesuk koncone wes kerja, malah turu bae😤

      Hapus
  3. Australia latihan besar besaran di laur arafura ...bisa jadi papua nex tim tim berikutnya !!!!?

    BalasHapus
    Balasan
    1. Nah, gitu dong....kesian tu si dodi udah disini dari pagi, sampek asem😷

      Hapus
  4. Sabah tuh diurus ntar diambil kerajaan sulu nangis2 minta tolong mami eli

    BalasHapus