The Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond has been busy working with the Royal Australian Navy as part of a three-day bilateral exercise.
Earlier on Monday, HMS Diamond and Australian Navy ships HMAS Anzac, HMAS Canberra and HMAS Sirius refuelled, flew and tested high-end warfighting together as allies – "all within 12 hours of meeting".
In a tweet, HMS Diamond posted some of the group's progress, and said that the exercise was "a demonstration of a wonderful partnership".
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Last week sailors from the Royal Navy's Type 45 destroyer took part in a beach clean in Diego Garcia as part of the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC).
HMS Diamond has been busy, with the ship also recently celebrating becoming the latest Royal Navy vessel to 'cross the line' and pass the equator in the presence of 'King Neptune'.