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Images: Te Kaha Sails For Enduring Freedom

HMNZS Te Kaha sailed from Stirling, Western Australia yesterday and after completing final specific-to-mission training for its role in Operation Enduring Freedom. The Ship’s Company have been honing their force-protection and boarding skills in preparation for their role in a Canadian-led Task Group operating in the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman. See…HMNZS Te Kaha Sails For Enduring Freedom


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HMNZS Te Kaha sails from HMAS Stirling under a blue sky.


HMNZS Te Kaha sails from HMAS Stirling under a blue sky.


The NZ Ensign fluttering off the stern of Te Kaha as she heads out to sea.


The Executive Officer (XO) Lieutenant Commander Mat Williams, Master At Arms ‘Sam’ Ruiterman, and the Commanding Officer (CO) Commander John Martin pose on the deck of HMNZS Te Kaha with HMAS Adelaide in the background.


The final ‘Duty Watch Muster’ on the deck of HMNZS Te Kaha just before she sails from Stirling, WA.


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