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    All the photos have been taken from www.defence.gov.au

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    Nice pics Stormovik, but would have been nice to put all the captions and info on the exercise with them.
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    Default New Zealand - Exercise Pae Tata

    [FONT=Verdana]The Royal Australian Navy, the Royal New Zealand Navy and New Zealand Army conducted the amphibious bilateral Exercise Pae Tata in waters off New Zealand early Nov 2012.[/FONT]
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    [FONT=Verdana]The Royal Australian Navy Heavy Landing Ship (LSH) HMAS Tobruk, provided sea lift and command and control during the exercise. Exercise Pae Tata, provided collective training to Australian and New Zealand forces ensuring both nations can cooperate effectively during humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.[/FONT]


    Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) depart HMAS Tobruk via the stern door as they conduct small boat operations in Army Bay on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, New Zealand, during the training phase of Exercise Pae Tata.


    Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) depart HMAS Tobruk via the stern door as they conduct small boat operations in Army Bay on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, New Zealand, during the training phase of Exercise Pae Tata.


    Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) conduct small boat operations with their zodiac inflatable boats passing HMAS Tobruk's stern door in Army Bay on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, New Zealand, during the training phase of Exercise Pae Tata.


    Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) conduct small boat operations with their zodiac inflatable boats as they pass HMNZS Manawanui in Army Bay on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, New Zealand, during the training phase of Exercise Pae Tata.


    Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) conduct small boat operations with their zodiac inflatable boats in Army Bay on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, New Zealand, during the training phase of Exercise Pae Tata.

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    Default New Zealand - Exercise Pae Tata

    [FONT=Verdana]The Royal Australian Navy, the Royal New Zealand Navy and New Zealand Army conducted the amphibious bilateral Exercise Pae Tata in waters off New Zealand early Nov 2012.[/FONT]
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    [FONT=Verdana]The Royal Australian Navy Heavy Landing Ship (LSH) HMAS Tobruk, provided sea lift and command and control during the exercise. Exercise Pae Tata, provided collective training to Australian and New Zealand forces ensuring both nations can cooperate effectively during humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.[/FONT]


    Lance Corporal Tim Goodall (left) from 2nd Engineering Regiment, assists soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) as they complete their familiarisation training with their zodiac inflatable boats as they tie-up to HMAS Tobruk's stern door in the lead up for Exercise Pae Tata in Auckland, New Zealand.


    Lance Corporal Tim Goodall (left) from 2nd Engineering Regiment, assists soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) as they complete their familiarisation training with their zodiac inflatable boats as they tie-up to HMAS Tobruk's stern door in the lead up for Exercise Pae Tata in Auckland, New Zealand.


    Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) conduct familiarisation training with their zodiac inflatable boats from HMAS Tobruk's stern door in the lead up for Exercise Pae Tata in Auckland, New Zealand.


    Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) conduct familiarisation training with their zodiac inflatable boats from HMAS Tobruk's stern door in the lead up for Exercise Pae Tata in Auckland, New Zealand.


    Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) conduct familiarisation training with their zodiac inflatable boats from HMAS Tobruk's stern door in the lead up for Exercise Pae Tata in Auckland, New Zealand.

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    Default Exercise Pae Tata 2012

    The Royal Australian Navy and Royal New Zealand Navy conducted the amphibious bilateral Exercise Pae Tata in waters off New Zealand 5-16 Nov 2012.

    The Royal Australian Navy Heavy Landing Ship (LSH) HMAS Tobruk, provided sea lift and command and control during the exercise. Exercise Pae Tata, provided collective training to Australian and New Zealand forces ensuring both nations can cooperate effectively during humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.


    Warrant Officer Class Two Tumau Hoggart does a final check on Lance Corporal Ben Kemp's equipment before heading off to conduct small boat operations from HMAS Tobruk during the training phase for Exercise Pae Tata off Orewa, New Zealand.


    Warrant Officer Class Two Tumau Hoggart does a final check on Lance Corporal Ben Kemp's equipment before heading off to conduct small boat operations from HMAS Tobruk during the training phase for Exercise Pae Tata off Orewa, New Zealand.


    A Pinzgauer truck from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) drives onto an Australian Army Landing Craft Medium (LCM8) at Port Fitzroy, New Zealand, during the completion of Exercise Pae Tata.


    Company Sergeant Major, Warrant Officer Class Two Tumau Hoggart, from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) calls out names as soldiers file past to board an Australian Army Landing Craft Medium (LCM8) at Port Fitzroy, New Zealand, during the final stages of Exercise Pae Tata.


    An Australian Army Landing Craft Medium (LCM8) filled with Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) depart Port Fitzroy, New Zealand, during the final stages of Exercise Pae Tata.


    An Australian Army Landing Craft Medium (LCM8) filled with Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) approaches HMAS Tobruk in Port Abercrombie, New Zealand, during the final stages of Exercise Pae Tata.


    An Australian Army Landing Craft Medium (LCM8) filled with Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) approaches HMAS Tobruk in Port Abercrombie, New Zealand, during the final stages of Exercise Pae Tata.


    An Australian Army Landing Craft Medium (LCM8) filled with Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) approaches HMAS Tobruk in Port Abercrombie, New Zealand, during the final stages of Exercise Pae Tata.


    Soldiers from 1 RNZIR (Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment) negotiate the Stern Door Marriage between an Australian Army Landing Craft Medium (LCM8) and HMAS Tobruk in Port Abercrombie, New Zealand, during the final stages of Exercise Pae Tata.

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    Default New Zealand Army 5 and 7 Battalion shooters:winners!

    [FONT=Verdana]Congratulations to the team from 5 and 7 Battalions who won the Inaugural Army Shooting Competition in Waiouru at the weekend 24th and 25th November 2012[/FONT]

    [FONT=Verdana]Photos: John Cosgrove.[/FONT]















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    Default The Zealand Army's newest soldiers graduate

    [FONT=Verdana]The All Arms Recruit Course 366 Cassino Company Graduation Parade held at Waiouru Military Camp. The Reviewing Officer for the parade was COLONEL C.J. Parsons, MNZM, DSD, Commander 1 (NZ) Brigade. [/FONT]

    [FONT=Verdana]The Parade Commander was MAJ W.N. Vince, RNZALR and the Parade Sergeant Major was WO2 A.J. Pereira, RNZSIGS. The parade included displays showing what the Soldiers on the [/FONT][FONT=Verdana]All Arms Recruit Course 366 had been learning during the 16 week course. The displays included a Field Craft display, close quarter battle/combat skills and a drill display. [/FONT]

    [FONT=Verdana]Awards were also presented during the parade including Top Recruit, Sergeant Major of the Army award and Platoon awards. Top Recruit, All Arms Recruit Course 366 - SPR A.D. White E1033877 - 29th November 2012

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    New Zealand Army's new light support weapon...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MauvV...ature=youtu.be

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2/1kiwi View Post
    lol im in that video.......

    The handsome fulla.....
    Cheers mate, make it a Speights

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    Quote Originally Posted by gafkiwi View Post
    Cheers mate, make it a Speights
    Next time your in the mess.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2/1kiwi View Post
    lol im in that video.......

    The handsome fulla.....
    A certain Ginger haired multiple Queens Medal winner is going to be opening his wallet as well!

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    I'm still getting hit up for beers the Shotgun Vid. Dobs are paid but once, not a repeat free beer card!

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