Oct 28, 2014 · After steaming 6,368 nautical miles, taking part in Exercise LUMBAS 14, commemorating 70 years since the Battle of Leyte Gulf in the Philippines, and visiting four South East Asian ports, HMAS Larrakia (with crew Attack Four embarked) has returned to Darwin Naval Base. Leaving Australia in mid September, Larrakia’s first port visit was Sandakan in […]

On 10 August 1990, the Prime Minister, R J Hawke, made the announcement that the guided missile frigates (FFGs), HMAS Adelaide and HMAS Darwin as well as the replenishment tanker HMAS Success would join the forces assembling in the Middle East (Nash & Stevens 2006, p. 14). The mission of the RAN task unit would be to conduct blockade and HMAS Darwin part 1. 1990. Darwin returned to sea on 2 March 1990 for sea acceptance trials, a shakedown and work up exercises after which she deployed from Sydney on 26 March in company with HMA Ships Brisbane (II), Success (II) and Adelaide (II), for a three month Pacific Ocean deployment which included participation in Exercise RIMPAC 90. The Royal Australian Navy has decommissioned the Adelaide-class frigate HMAS Darwin on Saturday 9 December at her homeport of Garden Island, Sydney, Read more Australian News Royal Australian Navy Veterans Past, present and future After 33 years of service and more than a million nautical miles underway, HMAS Darwin (FFG 04) was decommissioned on 9 December 2017. Despite her age, HMAS Darwin could still go up to 30 knots. HMAS Darwin on task in Kaikoura. Published on 18 November 2016 LEUT Andrew Ragless (author), LSIS James Whittle (photographer). Location(s): Kaikoura, New Zealand. Guided Missile Frigate HMAS Darwin approaches Underway Replenishment Tanker HMNZS Endeavour to conduct a Replenishment at Sea. ^ "Navy farewells HMAS Darwin after 33 years of service". Australian Government Department of Defence. 9 December 2017. Retrieved 22 August 2019. ^ "HMAS Darwin to be sunk as dive wreck, with hope of Skeleton Bay tourism boom". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 9 August 2018. Retrieved 22 August 2019. ^ Slater, Tim (2 November 2018). Mar 05, 2014 · AUSTRALIAN warship HMAS Darwin has rescued a group of Iranian fishermen in the sea off Pakistan. AAP March 5, 2014 9:59am AN Australian warship has rescued 13 fishermen clinging to wreckage at sea

HMAS Darwin leaves on a high! – Combined Maritime Forces (CMF)

HMAS Darwin (FFG 04), named for the capital city of the Northern Territory, is an Adelaide-class guided-missile frigate, formerly in service with the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). One of four ships ordered from the United States, Darwin entered service in 1984. Garden Island News - MarineLink Garden-Island News: Babcock JV Secures $1.5B Australian DFS Program Contract, Darwin Sails Into Sydney Harbour For Final Time, HMAS Hobart Sets Sail, Colac

HMAS Darwin was decommissioned in Sydney on 9 December 2017, after 33 years’ service to the Royal Australian Navy. Since commissioning in 1984, the Adelaide Class frigate visited more than 50 countries, steamed over a million nautical miles and been involved in operations in the Middle East seven times, East Timor, and the Solomon Islands.

The Royal Australian Navy farewells HMAS Darwin after 33 The Royal Australian Navy has decommissioned the Adelaide Class frigate, HMAS Darwin, at her homeport of Garden Island, Sydney, after more than three decades of service to the nation. In a ceremony full of tradition, Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, paid tribute to the service of the ship’s company past and present. MRF-D Marines and Sailors set sail on HMAS Adelaide > U.S