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September 1, 2011
By SBLT Adam Hennessy
MEMBERS of HMAS Toowoomba
and the Pakistan Navy's PNS
Alamgir swapped duties for a day
during a recent exercise in the Gulf
Officer, CMDR Andrew Quinn, said
the opportunity to cross-deck from
August 17-18 allowed two offic-
ers and three petty officers to experi-
ence the battlespace on Alamgir each
day, while reciprocal Pakistan Navy
ranks had a similar opportunity aboard
"Given the vast patrol areas that
coalition warships operate within the
Middle East, it is a rare opportunity
that warships can actively exercise and
demonstrate capability with other coa-
lition partners," CMDR Quinn said.
"Despite the cultural differences,
the experience highlighted the number
of similarities faced by nations con-
ducting operations within the Middle
Representatives with specialisa-
tions in warfare, marine engineering,
communications and supply were pro-
vided comprehensive tours of the ships
while viewing helicopter operations,
boarding exercises and officer of the
"The serials highlighted there is
considerable goodwill among the coa-
lition of nations that are working to
counter piracy and terrorism in the
region," CMDR Quinn said.
"The exercise highlighted the wel-
coming nature of our partners and the
focus we all have on the mission at
hand irrespective of cultural differ-
ences and beliefs."
He said personnel not physically
visiting the ships also benefited by
operating in close proximity to each
other, which fostered the interaction of
systems and procedures, and presented
an opportunity to conduct serials in
line of sight.
ON WATCH: SBLT David
Ward keeps watch on PNS
Alamgir as the two ships exer-
cise in the Gulf of Oman.
Photo: LEUT Eloise Twine
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