HONOLULU, Hawaii — The Royal New Zealand Ship Canterbury (L421) provided some amphibious punch for Rim of Pacific (Rimpac) exercises this month, marking the first time the Royal New Zealand Navy has sent an amphibious support ship to take part in the world’s largest maritime exercise. "Rimpac provides an exceptional opportunity for relevant and realistic training which varies from humanitarian assistance/disaster relief (HA/DR) response to maritime security," says Cmdr. ...
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