Chinese, Australian navies conduct joint exercise in South Pacific Ocean

Source: China Military OnlineEditor: Dong Zhaohui
2016-01-02 00:19

The Australian Navy Frigate Darwin (R) and the Chinese Navy Missile Frigate Yiyang (L) sail in formation in the sea area off the east coast of Australia on January 1. The Chinese Navy Fleet 152 that is carrying out a global voyage conducted a joint exercise with the Australian Navy in the South Pacific Ocean on January 1, 2016.
 
The Australian Navy Frigate Darwin (Above) and the Chinese Navy Missile Frigate Yiyang (Below) conduct a joint exercise in the sea area off the east coast of Australia on January 1. The Chinese Navy Fleet 152 that is carrying out a global voyage conducted a joint exercise with the Australian Navy in the South Pacific Ocean on January 1, 2016.
 

The Chinese Navy Missile Destroyer Jinan (L), Missile Frigate Yiyang (C), and the Australian Navy Frigate Darwin (R), sail in a v-shaped formation during a joint exercise in the sea area off the east coast of Australia on January 1. The Chinese Navy Fleet 152 that is carrying out a global voyage conducted a joint exercise with the Australian Navy in the South Pacific Ocean on January 1, 2016.


The Chinese Navy Missile Frigate Yiyang (L) and the Australian Navy Frigate Darwin (R) sail in formation by taking the Chinese Navy Missile Destroyer Jinan (L) as the benchmark during a joint exercise in the sea area off the east coast of Australia on January 1. The Chinese Navy Fleet 152 that is carrying out a global voyage conducted a joint exercise with the Australian Navy in the South Pacific Ocean on January 1, 2016.

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