Kamis, 03 Mei 2012

AUSINDO CORPAT 2012

source : navy.gov.au

KRI Kakap and HMAS Pirie depart Kupang for the Australian-Indonesian Coordinated Patrol 2012. The Australian Defence Force and the Tentara Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian Armed Forces) successfully conduct the third Coordinated Maritime Security Patrol in the waters between Australia and Indonesia from 16-27 April 2012. The coordinated patrol was designed to mutually enhance maritime security in the Timor Sea and targeted the exploitation of natural resources, in particular illegal fishing. Australia and Indonesia each contributed naval vessels and maritime patrol aircraft to a combined task group with units from both countries communicating directly and sharing surveillance and tactical information with each other. Australia's contribution to the coordinated patrol included Armidale Class Patrol Boat HMAS Pirie (Lieutenant Commander Mitchell Livingstone, Assail Three) and an AP-3C Maritime Patrol Aircraft. Photo by ABIS James Whittle
source : navy.gov.au

An Indonesian CASA NC-212 aircraft conducts a fly past KRI Tongkol during the Australian-Indonesian Coordinated Patrol (AUSINDO CORPAT 2012). The Australian Defence Force and the Tentara Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian Armed Forces) successfully conducted the third Coordinated Maritime Security Patrol in the waters between Australia and Indonesia from 16-27 April 2012. The coordinated patrol was designed to mutually enhance maritime security in the Timor Sea and targeted the exploitation of natural resources, in particular illegal fishing. Australia and Indonesia each contributed naval vessels and maritime patrol aircraft to a combined task group with units from both countries communicating directly and sharing surveillance and tactical information with each other. Australia's contribution to the coordinated patrol included Armidale Class Patrol Boat HMAS Pirie (Lieutenant Commander Mitchell Livingstone, Assail Three) and an AP-3C Maritime Patrol Aircraft. Photo by ABIS James Whittle
source : navy.gov.au

Indonesian vessel KRI Kakap departs Kupang for the Australian-Indonesian Coordinated Patrol 2012. Mid caption: The Australian Defence Force and the Tentara Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian Armed Forces) successfully conducted the third Coordinated Maritime Security Patrol in the waters between Australia and Indonesia from 16-27 April 2012. The coordinated patrol was designed to mutually enhance maritime security in the Timor Sea and targeted the exploitation of natural resources, in particular illegal fishing. Australia and Indonesia each contributed naval vessels and maritime patrol aircraft to a combined task group with units from both countries communicating directly and sharing surveillance and tactical information with each other. Australia's contribution to the coordinated patrol included Armidale Class Patrol Boat HMAS Pirie (Lieutenant Commander Mitchell Livingstone, Assail Three) and an AP-3C Maritime Patrol Aircraft. Photo by ABIS James Whittle
source : navy.gov.au

lIndonesian vessels KRI Kakap and KRI Tongkol depart Kupang for the Australian-Indonesian Coordinated Patrol 2012. Mid Caption: The Australian Defence Force and the Tentara Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian Armed Forces) successfully conducted the third Coordinated Maritime Security Patrol in the waters between Australia and Indonesia from 16-27 April 2012. The coordinated patrol was designed to mutually enhance maritime security in the Timor Sea and targeted the exploitation of natural resources, in particular illegal fishing. Australia and Indonesia each contributed naval vessels and maritime patrol aircraft to a combined task group with units from both countries communicating directly and sharing surveillance and tactical information with each other. Australia's contribution to the coordinated patrol included Armidale Class Patrol Boat HMAS Pirie (Lieutenant Commander Mitchell Livingstone, Assail Three) and an AP-3C Maritime Patrol Aircraft. Photo by ABIS James Whitte
source : navy.gov.au

An Indonesian CASA NC-212 aircraft conducts aerial surveillance during the Australian-Indonesian Coordinated Patrol 2012. Mid caption: The Australian Defence Force and the Tentara Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian Armed Forces) successfully conduct the third Coordinated Maritime Security Patrol in the waters between Australia and Indonesia from 16-27 April 2012. The coordinated patrol was designed to mutually enhance maritime security in the Timor Sea and targeted the exploitation of natural resources, in particular illegal fishing. Australia and Indonesia each contributed naval vessels and maritime patrol aircraft to a combined task group with units from both countries communicating directly and sharing surveillance and tactical information with each other. Australia's contribution to the coordinated patrol included Armidale Class Patrol Boat HMAS Pirie (Lieutenant Commander Mitchell Livingstone, Assail Three) and an AP-3C Maritime Patrol Aircraft. Photo by ABIS James Whittle

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