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The Pacific Patrol Boat Project a case study of Australian defence cooperation by Anthony Bergin

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Published by Australian National University in Canberra .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Australia -- Defenses,
  • Australia -- History, Naval

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Other titlesCase study of Australian defence cooperation
Statementby Anthony Bergin.
SeriesAustralian foreign policy papers
Classifications
LC ClassificationsVA713 .B47 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 48 p. :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19837216M
ISBN 100731520637
OCLC/WorldCa37336052

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The Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Project is part of the Commonwealth’s Pacific Maritime Security Program (PMSP) that aims to enhance practical maritime security cooperation across the South Pacific. The Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Program broadens and further strengthens the region’s capability to respond to issues such fisheries protection, trans-national crime, and search and . The replacement patrol vessels will be donated to 13 Pacific Island nations to help improve maritime security in extensive exclusive economic zones of the South Pacific region. The boats are also suitable for fisheries protection, search-and-rescue, patrol, and prevention of transnational crime. 22 rowsThe Guardian-class patrol boats are a class of small patrol vessels designed and Speed: 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph). “The project, which is worth around $ million, is on time and on budget.” “This particular boat will be gifted to Papua New Guinea in late October , and is the first of 21 boats to be gifted to 12 Pacific Island countries and East Timor as part of the Pacific Maritime Security Program.”.

For crews (past and present) of Pacific Patrol Boats, their RAN Advisers, and all personnel involved in the PPB project. A place to maintain networks . About the Pacific Patrol Boat Program. The Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Project is part of the Commonwealth’s Pacific Maritime Security Program (PMSP) that aims to enhance practical maritime security cooperation across the South Pacific. The new Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Program broadens and further strengthens the region’s capability to respond to issues such fisheries . FACTSHEET – PACIFIC PATROL BOATS DESCRIPTION: The Pacific Patrol Boat (PPB) is a light, but robust, vessel designed for surveillance and interdiction patrols, search and rescue, and fisheries protection provided by the Australian Defence Cooperation Project. The Pacific Patrol Boat contract was awarded to Austal in May , worth $ million for the original 19 vessels and associated in service support, with a further contract awarded in April for two additional vessels for $ million.

The third Guardian-class Patrol Boat (GPB) built as part of the Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Project was gifted by the Australian Defence Force to the people of Tonga . The Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement (SEA) Project is part of the Commonwealth’s Pacific Maritime Security Program (PMSP) that aims to enhance practical maritime security cooperation across. AMC Search is the main training contractor for the Pacific Patrol Boat program (from early 's) The Australian Maritime College (AMC) . Pacific Patrol Boats The Pacific Patrol Boat (PPB) is a small vessel capable of maritime surveillance and interdiction, search and rescue operations, and fisheries protection. As part of the patrol role, the PPB has been used for the customs inspections of ships, and have apprehended some drug running and smuggling activities.