11 Sep Indo-Pacific Endeavour 21 (IPE21)
Indo-Pacific Endeavour 21 (IPE21) is Australia’s flagship regional engagement activity, reinforcing Australia’s strong and enduring partnerships in Southeast Asia. Centred on a maritime task group, IPE21 involves HMA Ships Canberra and Anzac and approximately 700 people, including Australian Defence Force and civilian defence personnel, and sea riders from partner nations. Engagements have been modified in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and will be carried out primarily through contactless port visits, and will include a range of virtual workshops and at-sea activities.
Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Liam Hanly signals Royal Malaysian Navy ship KD Lekiu from HMAS Anzac during Indo-Pacific Endeavour 21.
Seaman Communications and Information Systems Sean Dunne signals HMAS Canberra from HMAS Anzac during Indo-Pacific Endeavour 21.
Seaman Communications Information Systems Travis Mathews on the bridge of HMAS Canberra during activities with the Republic of Singapore Navy on Exercise Indo-Pacific Endeavour 21.
Royal Australian Navy ships HMA Canberra and Anzac with Royal Malaysian Navy ships KD Jebat and KD Lekiu, sail in formation during Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2021.
HMAS Canberra sails through the Gulf of Thailand to take part in regional engagement activity as part of Indo-Pacific Endeavour 21.
Singaporean CH-47 Chinook conducts deck landing exercises during an interoperability capability demonstration on board HMAS Canberra during Indo-Pacific Endeavour 21.