HMAS Adelaide


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License: Creative Commons - Attribution-No Derivatives
Author: Leonard J Matthews
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The Amphibious Assault Ship, HMAS Adelaide leaving Brisbane as she steams through Moreton Bay. The Canberra Class Amphibious Assault Ship (LHD), also known as a Landing Helicopter Dock, project provides the Australian Defence Force with air-land-sea amphibious deployment. These 27,000 tonne ships will be able to land a force of over 1,000 personnel by helicopter and water craft, along with all their weapons, ammunition, vehicles and stores.

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