Deployments
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Deployments

Date End Date Event
17 JUL 1974 04 OCT 1974 Deployed to Eastern Atlantic
30 DEC 1974 30 JAN 1975 Deployed to Eastern Atlantic
15 SEP 1975 15 DEC 1975 Deployed to Eastern Atlantic
05 MAY 1976 14 OCT 1976 Med Run '76
10 JUN 1977 03 OCT 1977 Northern Run
10 DEC 1977 10 DEC 1977 End Northern Run
01 SEP 1978 01 SEP 1978 WestPac '78-'79
02 SEP 1982 01 MAR 1983 WestPac '82-'83
09 SEP 1983 20 JAN 1984 WestPac '83-'84
01 JAN 1985 01 JUL 1985 WestPac '85
01 SEP 1987 01 MAR 1988 WestPac '87-'88
06 SEP 1994 03 MAR 1995 WestPac '94-'95

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