Warramunga’s triple treat – six tonnes of hashish worth $294.3 million

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HMAS Warramunga Boarding Party member, Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Jacob Dun from Nowra records details of seized narcotics during the ship’s deployment on Operation Manitou. Photo: Tim Gibson HMAS Warramunga Boarding Party members, Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Jacob Dun (right) from Nowra and Able Seaman Combat Systems Operator Corey Bartlett relocate parcels of seized narcotics during the ship’s deployment on Operation Manitou. Photo: Tim Gibson HMAS Warramunga’s deployed MH-60R Seahawk Romeo helicopter, Nemesis, from 816 Squadron at HMAS Albatross has a played a major role in its many drug busts in the Middle East. Photo: Tim Gibson HMAS Warramunga Boarding Party member, Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Jacob Dun, of Nowra prepares to conduct a boarding during the ship’s deployment on Operation Manitou. Photo: Tim Gibson Able Seaman Maritime Logistics – Support Operations Kate Murphy (left) disconnects the boat rope from HMAS Warramunga’s sea boat during the ship’s deployment on Operation Manitou. Photo: Tim Gibson Able Seaman Electronics Technician Luke Pozzi (left) disconnects the boat rope from HMAS Warramunga’s sea boat prior to a boarding during the ship’s deployment on Operation Manitou. Warramunga’s triple treat – six tonnes of hashish worth $294.3 million

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