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May 4, 2012
LEUT Andrew Ragless
ILLEGAL fishing was the focus of
a joint ADF and Indonesian Armed
Forces operation that concluded in
Darwin on April 27.
The third Australian-Indonesian
coordinated maritime security patrol,
Ausindo Corpat 2012, started in
Kupang, West Timor, on April 16
before moving to the waters between
Australia and Indonesia.
The operation included aircraft,
ships and headquarters staff from both
nations in a synchronised task group.
The ADF contributed an
Armidale-class patrol boat, HMAS
Pirie, and an AP-3C Orion aircraft to
The Indonesian Armed Forces pro-
vided naval vessels KRI Kakap and
KRI Tongkol and a CASA NC-212
The combined operation was con-
ducted to improve coordinated mari-
time security along the Australian and
Indonesian shared maritime bounda-
ries in the vicinity of Ashmore Island,
the Provisional Fisheries Surveillance
Enforcement Line and the Australian
Indonesian Seabed Line.
Commander of the ADF Task
Group AIRCDRE Ken Watson said
the joint operation was essential to
strengthening maritime security.
"Combining the skills of our
personnel at sea, on land and in the
air helps to strengthen our ties and
build the relationship which is vital
to providing security at our maritime
boundaries," he said.
"The patrol provided an excellent
opportunity for the exchange of ideas
and skills development between the
Joint forces operation ends
JOINT OPS: LEUT Jeremy Evain, Boarding Officer of Assail Three,
accompanies the Boarding Officer of KRI Kakap on the bridge after
conducting boarding drills of foreign fishing vessels during Ausindo
Photos: ABIS James Whittle
Holyer mans the
tactical circuit on
the bridge of HMAS
Pirie. Left, HMAS
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