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Navy Today - Issue 280, September 2023
Read about the Defence Policy Review and what it means for the Royal New Zealand Navy. Catch up with personnel helping with drug seizures in the Indian Ocean, and showcase our divers and hydrographers exercising in Australia. We talk to our personnel trying out the mobile weapons simulator at Devonport, and meet a high school college student who has joined the Naval Reserves.
Navy Today - Issue 279, August 2023
Read about the beginning of HMNZS Te Mana’s five-month-long deployment, a Commander’s US Naval War College journey, our Logistics teams supporting a recent visit to Samoa, our newest reservists and so much more.
Navy Today - Issue 278, July 2023
Read about HMNZS Taupo partnering with the Samoan Maritime Police to patrol Samoa's Exclusive Economic Zone, while a training team from the Maritime Training Group work onshore with the police and fire service to practise boarding techniques and first aid. Also, check out No. 6 Squadron practising mountain flying in Coromandel, our latest graduation photos, reunions in Auckland and Dunedin, and meet a man who wants to see his naval sword passed on to a worthy officer.
Navy Today - Issue 277, June 2023
In June's Navy Today see our sailors looking their best in London during the King's Coronation. Learn how to do one (of many) Officer of the Watch manoeuvres - we hope you're good at maths! We meet members of our latest capability, the Deployable Boarding Team out of HMNZS Matataua, and catch up with one of our marine engineers on exchange with Royal Navy ship HMS Spey.
Navy Today - Issue 276, May 2023
The May edition of Navy Today is here! Go behind the scenes as we put our amphibious capability to the test in Fiji, see how we remembered our fallen on Anzac Day, find out how students got the experience of a lifetime at Devonport Naval Base and more.
Navy Today - Issue 275, April 2023
In the April edition of Navy Today see all the different taskings for a scientific mission to the sub-Antarctic, meet the new Commanding Officer of HMNZS Te Kaha and Ruby Tui comes on base for International Women's Day. Don’t miss the photo essay of the rigours of officer training and found out why Navy personnel had to chase up their World War 2 medals.
Navy Today - Issue 274, March 2023
The March edition of Navy Today now out and Cyclone Gabrielle occupies our pages. Follow the missions of HMNZ Ships and Units Manawanui, Canterbury, Matataua and Te Mana for Operation Awhina as they provide aid and people-power to Gisborne, the East Coast and Hawke's Bay. We also feature Manawanui's drug interception and follow Canterbury's mission to Raoul Island.
Navy Today - Issue 273, January/February 2023
Welcome to the first Navy Today edition of the year. This issue covers our assistance during the Auckland flooding, our return to Waitangi commemorations, and we welcome two new Commanding Officer for HMNZS Te Mana and No. 6 Squadron. Check out our testing of a mini gun (3,000 rounds a minute) at Whangaparāoa Peninsula and we go back twenty years this month to feature HMNZS Te Kaha on a war footing in the Gulf of Oman for Operation Enduring Freedom.
Navy Today - Issue 272, December 2022
In the final edition of Navy Today for 2022, read about the NZDF Person of the Year James Atelea Faleofa, the Change of Commands of HMNZS Taupo and HMNZS Manawanui, experimenting with unmanned vessels, HMNZS Aotearoa's time in Japan and so much more.
Navy Today - Issue 271, November 2022
In the November edition of Navy Today, read about how HMNZS Te Mana re-establishes aviation combat capability, our Sea Training teams work alongside the United Kingdom and Australia in promoting excellence in sailors, and we throw it back with No. 6 Squadron, who operate the Seasprite SH-2G(I). We go inside the Naval Supply Depot, and meet a hard-working primary school teacher who is training as a Naval reservist.