Multilateral naval exercise Komodo 2018 entered the maritime drill phase on May 8. A total of 34 warships from participating navies including China's guided-missile destroyer Changsha and guided-missile frigate Liuzhou carried out drills of aerial photography, ship-borne helicopter landing, replenishment-at-sea, checking and warning-off and maritime interception, which were organized and commanded by the Indonesian Navy. 34 naval ships were grouped into three task fleets, each fleet consisted of two task flotillas. The Chinese destroyer Changsha and the other 9 naval ships from Russia, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines formed the 1st task flotilla of the maritime interception fleet, and the 2nd task flotilla comprised the Chinese frigate Liuzhou and the other 9 naval ships from Bangladesh, France, Sri Lanka, and Australia.…………….Please Log in or Subscribe to view full details…..
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