It's been a big week for exercises and training as Talisman Sabre 2017 hits its stride in Queensland. Also on the training front, the MV Sycamore is moments away from beginning her life as a training vessel for the ADF. I had the chance to get the full tour last week at HMAS Waterhen and she's an impressive capability.
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