HMAS Success Ends First RAS as Part of Op MANITOU

Australian Navy’s HMAS Success conducted its first Replenishment At Sea (RAS) for its Op MANITOU deployment with ESPS Rayo off the coast of Djibouti on January 02, 2015.

Success is an Auxiliary Oil Replenishment Ship force assigned to Joint Task Force 633 and as part of Combined Task Force 53, provides logistic support to coalition navy ships on patrol in the area. By supplying coalition navies with fuel and stores, Success enables ships to remain at sea on task for longer periods.

Rayo is a Spanish Navy meteoro class corvette assigned to CTF 465, the European Union Naval Force, conducting anti-piracy patrols off the Horn of Africa.

80 000 litres of F76 fuel was transferred to the patrol force vessel from Success in an evolution that lasted under an hour.

These international engagements help to strengthen cooperation and mutual understanding between the different nations and naval forces that are conducting counter-piracy, counter-terrorism and counter-smuggling operations in the Middle East.

Press release, Image: Australian Government

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