Author: Nighthawk

Various photo's of the NH-90 out and about


RNZAF NH-90 coming into land on HMAS Adelaide 



NH-90 Flyby HMNZS Canterbury

2 RNZAF  NH-90 conduct Operations with HMNZ Canterbury

VertRep with HMNZS Canterbury 

NH-90 takes off HMNZS Canterbury

NH-90 and HMNZS Canterbury in Dunedin 2019

NH-90 and HMNZS Canterbury in Dunedin 2019

Aussie Pilot flying a Kiwi NH-90 when the MRH-90 was grounded

3 NH-90 on exercise

Night shot of NH-90 on HMNZS Canterbury

Night operations in snow 

An NH90 helicopter provides air support to the resupply mission on Campbell Island by transferring supplies & people between HMNZS Canterbury & the shore.

An NH90 helicopter takes off from a landing zone in Vanuatu as Epi Island villagers crowd to watch during Exercise Tropic Major. Two NH90 helicopters were deployed on HMNZS Canterbury as part of the exercise to provide logistical support, improving our ability to respond to humanitarian aid in the South West Pacific.

An NH90 helicopter deployed on HMNZS Canterbury takes off during vertical landing practice in the lead up to Exercise Tropic Major in Vanuatu, proving our ability to deploy in the South West Pacific.
NH90 helicopters and crew from No. 3 Squadron have been working in challenging and dynamic conditions during resupply missions in the Gippsland region, Victoria in support of Defence Australia's efforts on the bushfires.

An RNZAF NH-90 helicopter lands on HMNZS Canterbury whilst sailing near Vanuatu during Exercise 
New Zealand Army soldiers rappel from a Royal New Zealand Air Force NH90 helicopter during Exercise Southern Katipo 2015
Leading Seaman Aviation Support Justin Prasad directs HMNZS Canterbury’s NH90 helicopter to land on HMAS Canberra’s flight deck during Exercise Talisman Sabre.

Recently our NH90 helicopters and crews from No. 3 Squadron practised working as part of a tri-service task group, operating alongside Royal New Zealand Navy and New Zealand Army personnel on HMNZS Canterbury at Army Bay, Whangaparaoa.

The exercise, Joint Waka, puts our personnel through the experience of continual air, land and sea operations that could be expected during a Humanitarian and Disaster Relief mission.

The ability to seamlessly and efficiently work together is important for our NZ Defence Force to deal with any of the contingencies we may face at home and overseas


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