HMAS Warramunga FFH 152
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HMAS Warramunga (FFH 152) is an Anzac-class frigate of the Royal Australian Navy. A long-range frigate capable of air defence, surface and undersea warfare, surveillance, reconnaissance and interdiction, Warramunga's combat capabilities have been significantly improved under the Anti-Ship Missile Defence upgrade program, a world class program that provides an enhanced sensor and weapons systems capability. The upgrade showcases Australian design and integration capability, with new Phased Array Radar technology designed by CEA Technologies in Canberra, upgrades to combat systems performed by Saab Systems in South Australia, and platform integration design by BAE Systems in Victoria.
HMAS Warramunga is the second ship to bear the same name in the Royal Australian Navy. The first HMAS Warramunga (I) was the second of three Australian built Tribal Class destroyers.
The Warramunga name is derived from the Warramunga (also spelt Warumungu) Aboriginal people from the Tennant Creek area and the ship's badge depicts a fearsome Warumungu tribesman about to throw a boomerang. The blue and yellow background represents the sky and a desert hillside.
The motto "Courage in Difficulties" honours the Warumungu tribe's life of courage in their harsh environment as well as the Second World War Tribal Class Destroyer, HMAS Warramunga (I).