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April 28, 2011
TOPPING UP: HMAS Sirius
(right) re-fuels HMNZS Te Kaha
during Triton Storm II.
Anzac tradition alive and well
By LEUT Gary McHugh
THE Anzac tradition is alive and well,
and on Exercise Triton Storm II there
was no better demonstration of the alli-
ance's strength than a dusk replenish-
ment at sea between ships from both
With the sun setting over the Indian
Ocean in the Western Australian Exercise
Area, HMAS Sirius stood by while
HMNZS Te Kaha approached from the
When lines were across and the fuel
was pumping, the two ships continued
their passage north until Te Kaha was
fully replenished with 100 cubic metres
of marine diesel fuel.
Sirius' Commanding Officer, CMDR
Dave McDonald, said working with ships
from the RNZN had given his crew valu-
able training in operating with foreign
"It's been an excellent experience
to exercise with ships from a country
that shares such a close alliance with
Australia," he said.
"Every RAS has gone smoothly and
according to plan. It's good to know both
navies work so well together."
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