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MessageSujet: Force de défense de Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée / Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF)   Dim 7 Déc 2014 - 17:23

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PNG Commisions HMPNGS Lakekamu (Ex HMAS Labuan)

04 Desember 2014


HMAS Labuan (photo : around Bundaberg)


Defence Minister welcomes the commissioning of HMPNGS Lakekamu

Today in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, a ceremony was held to mark the commissioning of the Landing Craft Heavy HMPNGS Lakekamu into service with the Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF).

HMPNGS Lakekamu was formerly the Royal Australia Navy Landing Craft Heavy HMAS Labuan, which was decommissioned from Australian service at a ceremony in Cairns last month.

Defence Minister Senator David Johnston welcomed the gifting of HMAS Labuan, which fulfilled a commitment the Abbott Government made to Papua New Guinea last year.

Senator Johnston said following its decommissioning HMPNGS Lakekamu was sailed to Port Moresby by a combined Royal Australian Navy and Papua New Guinea Defence Force crew.

HMPNGS Lakekamu has been gifted to Papua New Guinea as a training vessel, and will be used by the PNGDF to develop mariner skills and a seaworthiness culture in the Maritime Element’s growing workforce.

HMPNGS Lakekamu has been named after the Lakekamu River, in Gulf Province, south-western Papua New Guinea, and is the first PNGDF vessel to bear that name.

As HMAS Labuan, the vessel had visited the Papua New Guinea on several occasions, including during her first operational voyage in 1973.

Senator Johnston will visit Papua New Guinea on December 15 for the Australia-Papua New Guinea Ministerial Forum on 15 December, to hold his second Defence Ministers’ Meeting with Dr Fabian Pok.

(Aus DoD)


http://defense-studies.blogspot.fr/2014/12/png-commisions-hmpngs-lakekamu-ex-hmas.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Force de défense de Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée / Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF)   Mer 19 Aoû 2015 - 16:12

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Australia And PNG Defence Forces To Conduct Helicopter Exercise


19 Agustus 2015


Tiger ARH and Blackhawk helicopter of the ADF (photo : Aus DoD)


The Australian Defence Force will be conducting helicopter exercises with the Papua New Guinea Defence Force’s (PNGDF) Air Transport Wing at Jackson’s Airport, Port Moresby from 16 August to 7 September 2015 to practice flying in high altitude environments around Port Moresby as part of their professional flying training.

This flying will occur with the permission of the Government of Papua New Guinea and the PNGDF.The aircraft that will be flying around Port Moresby during this period will be the Blackhawk troop lift helicopter and for the first time the Tiger Armed Reconnaissance helicopter, which is the new armed helicopter coming into service with Australian Army aviation. The Tiger helicopter will not be armed during its time in PNG.


Bell 212 of the PNGDF (photo : fnqskies)

The C-17 Globemaster aircraft will be helping to support this exercise by bringing in aircraft, personnel and equipment.While this exercise is occurring, discussions will be held with representatives of the PNG Government about future joint exercises in 2016.

Commander PNGDF, Brigadier General Gilbert Toropo, will visit the PNGDF’s Air Transport Wing and view both types of helicopter as part of his briefing about future exercises between Australia and PNG occurring in 2016.

Head of Australian Defence Staff, Colonel, Dick Parker said: “Papua New Guinea is very well suited to high altitude training, so we are very thankful that the PNG Government and our partners in the PNGDF allow us to conduct our training here. I hope this exercise will both provide a challenging environment to Australian pilots as well as allow planning to occur for joint PNG and Australian Defence Force exercises in 2016. These activities build the interoperability of our two Defence Forces and also build strong relationships between our personnel.”

(PNG Today)  


http://defense-studies.blogspot.fr/2015/08/australia-and-png-defence-forces-to.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Force de défense de Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée / Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF)   Jeu 20 Aoû 2015 - 15:33

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PNG Army To Buy 4 Military Aircrafts


20 Agustus 2015


CN-235 of the PNGDF (photo : PNG Today)


Papua New Guinea Defence Force will buy four short landing planes that can use rural airstrips. The aircrafts will be inspected by the PNG army in New Zealand during the upcoming bilateral talks in Wellington.

PNGDF Commander Gilbert Toropo says they will acquire four PAC 750 landing aircraft that will cost K60 million.

He says the funding has been committed by the PNG Government.

Toropo says these planes are ideal for landing conditions in most rural airstrips in Papua New Guinea.

Therefore the planes will help with operations in border areas where troops on routine call can get in easily.

The aircraft will also help with the transportation of equipment into rural posts.

The purchasing of the planes is in line with the 2013 Defence White Paper which suggests improvement of the air force capabilities as one of the areas to overhaul the PNG Defence Force.

Currently the PNGDF Air Transport wing (ATW) is anticipating to undergo an upgrade of its current fleet which consists of two airplanes and two helicopters.

In a recent interview, ATW’s Director of Air Operations, Colonel Ron Hosea says in order to match the administrative instructions to increase manpower in the force, they would need at least a squadron of planes on roster.

This means that the PNGDF would need to acquire six airplanes and six helicopters to meet the transport and logistical requirements of the PNG Defence Force.

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MessageSujet: Re: Force de défense de Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée / Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF)   Mar 28 Juin 2016 - 18:08

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Exercise Koa Moana: First direct training between U.S. Marines, Papua New Guinea Defence Force

By Cpl. William Hester, III Marine Expeditionary Force




Exercise Koa Moana: The first direct training between U.S. Marines, Papua New Guinea Defence Force


PORT MORESBY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA -- More than 130 service members from the Papua New Guinea Defence Force, U.S. Marine Corps and Navy mesh as one formation, despite the extreme heat and scorching sun, to celebrate the beginning of a beneficial future for all three components.
Task Force Koa Moana and soldiers with the PNGDF held an opening ceremony for Exercise Koa Moana, at Taurama Barracks, Papua New Guinea, June 18, 2016.

“This exercise is going to be the first of what should be many opportunities to broaden and deepen the ties of friendship and professionalization,” said Joel F. Maybury, the Deputy Chief of Mission with the U.S. Embassy in Papua New Guinea. “We’ve been looking for a number of ways for the U.S. and PNG to come together, whether it’s military, economic commercial or cultural arena.”

The task force arrived in Papua New Guinea via USNS Sacagawea, June 17, 2016, after traveling from Timor Leste for Exercise Crocodilo 16, as part of their deployment in the Asia-Pacific region. The PNGDF Navy had the opportunity to test their capabilities by using one of their naval vessels to transport the Marines, Sailors and their gear from ship to ship to shore.

“The purpose of Exercise Koa Moana, which means ‘ocean warrior’ in the Hawaiian language, is to practice skills in various military fields, resulting in a skills transfer between both organizations,” said Col. Siale Diro, the Chief of Force Preparation for land and sea elements in the PNGDF. “It is important to build our relationship and our military partnership with our allies.”

The PNGDF has trained frequently with the U.S. Army, but this marks the first opportunity for them to train with the U.S. Marines directly, specifically in infantry tactics, combat lifesaving techniques, engineering capabilities and non-lethal law enforcement capabilities.

“This exercise provides a very good platform to build our relationship with the U.S. Marines,” said Diro. “We have a long standing relationship with the U.S. military. We understand their role in the region and we share the same values of liberty, individual rights, democracy and freedom of speech.”

Papua New Guinea is the second of four destinations scheduled during Task Force Koa Moana’s deployment, which has been assigned the mission of conducting multi-national, bilateral exercises with multiple nations to increase interoperability and relations to preserve peace and stability in the Pacific.

“The big picture is global and regional security,” said Maybury. “Our friends and allies in the Pacific are important.”

http://www.marines.mil/News/News-Display/Article/811499/exercise-koa-moana-first-direct-training-between-us-marines-papua-new-guinea-de/
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