A&NZD 87 Print Issue

Australian & NZ Defender No 87 September 2014

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Australian & NZ Defender No 87 September 2014

INSIDE: ARABIAN SEA: HMAS Darwin conducting counter narcotics interdiction in Middle East with Combined Maritime Forces including the frigate's record heroin and hash hauls worth billions of dollars.

AUSTRALIA: Australian Army Plan Beersheba Combat Brigade demonstration during 3 Brigade Combined Arms Training Activity conducted at Townsville Training Area in June.

IRAQ: Op Accordion - emergency intervention to deliver survival supplies to Iraqi IDPs trapped by ISIS in Nineveh by RAAF.

AFGHANISTAN: Australian advisors supporting Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police within ISAF's Train Advise and Assist Mission. Featured contingents include 205th Corps Advisory Team, Afghan National Army Officer Academy Training Team and Special Operations advisors with ANP special units in Kabul.

BLACK HAWKS: The withdrawal of the S-70A Black Hawk helicopter from Australian Army service and its replacement with the non operational MRH-90 Taipan.

NEWS: First RAAF F-35A Lightning II fighters completed; Australian Army deployment to Baghdad Embassy; RNZN Anzac-class frigate upgrade, EF-88 Enhanced Steyr production begins at Lithgow, RAAF acquires AIM-9X-2 Sidewinder plus WVRAAM, RAAF AGM-158A JASSM Operational, RAN Anzac class frigates roll through ASMD upgrade, New RAN Replenishment Ships soon, Last LCH to decommission, LHD Canberra delays, RAAF EA-18G Growler production in 2015, RAN MH-60R Romeo acquisition progresses well.

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