HMAS


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HMAS

abbreviation for
(Nautical Terms) His (or Her) Majesty's Australian Ship
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HMAS Ballarat has played a significant role in promoting safety and security in the Middle East maritime environment by directly reducing the source of funding to terrorist organisations, Minister Reynolds said.
HMAS Ballarat has conducted 15 boardings till date and discovered, and subsequently destroyed, large quantities of heroin, hashish and methamphetamines.
HMAS Collins is the lead vessel of the six-submarine Collins class operated by the Royal Australian Navy.
It will see the HMAS Canberra and Newcastle dock in Colombo, while the HMA ships Parramatta and Success will dock in Trincomalee.
HMAS Ballarat is deployed to the Middle East for counter-terrorism and counter-piracy operations in the North Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Aden.
The 5th Combined PN-RAN Maritime Training Activity formally started on September 24 with an arrival ceremony for HMAS Launceston held at Zamboanga City Pier, Zamboanga City followed by the opening ceremony of the MTA at NFWM Officers' Club which was presided by the commander of the Naval Forces Western Mindanao Rear Adm.
Carrying 35 personnel, the HMAS AE1 capsized over 100 years ago in 1914, but up until last year it remained a mystery as to where the historic vessel was, reports Xinhua news agency.
In Cebu, the HMAS Anzac docked on Monday for regular drills with Philippine counterparts.
In 2014, First Victory was released, chronicling the HMAS Sydney and her battle with the German raider Emden.
"This year alone HMAS Newcastle has seized 1.4 tonnes of heroin, valued at over $AUD 413 million," Vice Admiral Johnston said.
"There have been no changesAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA or delaysAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA to the schedule of Arunta and HMAS Stuart since the United States activity in the South China Sea on 27 October 2015."
HMAS Toowoomba Commanding Officer Commander Cath Hayes said her team has been responsible for disrupting the smuggling of narcotics in the Indian Ocean, which, according to the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime, have been used as funding for international terrorist organisations.