HMAS Choules Stays in Top Shape

Australian Navy’s HMAS Choules personnel are keeping the ship in top shape through training and maintenance.

Personnel onboard are conducting continuous training at sea, working together in preparation for Talisman Sabre, the next amphibious exercise for the Australian Defence Force.

HMAS Choules (L100) is a Bay-class landing ship that served with the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) from 2006 to 2011, before being transferred to the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). During her career with the RFA, the vessel served as the British ship assigned to patrol the Falkland Islands in 2008, and delivered relief supplies following the 2010 Haiti earthquake.

Image: Australian Defence

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