This was supplemented by twelve Bofors 40 mm guns for air defence, (three twin mountings and six single mountings, a Squid anti-submarine mortar, and two sets of 5-tube 21-inch Pentad torpedo launchers. [Clarification needed], Anzac operated during the Malayan Emergency. Following a refit at Williamstown, completed on 14 December 1951, Anzac (II) spent four months in home ports and on east coast exercises. Anzac-class frigate HMAS Perth (post-ASMD configuration) There are eight frigates of the Anzac class. She was towed from Sydney by a Japanese tug on 30 December 1975.  After undergoing another, brief refit, Anzac rejoined the Korean War effort, and spent most of September patrolling the west coast of Korea, then joined the escort screen of the RN light carrier Ocean at the start of October.  This conversion included the removal of several weapons systems, including the second 4.5-inch turret, and the conversion of the freed space to classrooms and training spaces.
Note the presence of the classroom in place of 'B' turret.
Proceeding that day for Sydney, Anzac (II) remained there, except for a brief visit to Newcastle, for the following five weeks. Anzac-class frigate HMAS Arunta rejoins RAN fleet after AMCAP upgrade The Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN’s) Anzac (MEKO 200)-class frigate HMAS … The Anzac Class is based on the German Meko 200 frigate design with eight ships constructed in Australia for the Royal Australian Navy.  Cadet midshipmen from the RAN training facility at HMAS Creswell and supplementary list midshipmen[clarification needed] (and in later years, trainees from the RAN's Papua New Guinea Division and from the Singapore Armed Forces) were embarked on three-month stints to receive practical experience and training in naval operations and duties. A visit was paid to Papua New Guinea in September 1970 and also during that month and the next month Anzac (II) was in New Zealand waters for exercises. Named after the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, the destroyer was commissioned in 1951.
These were commissioned from 1996 to 2006 as part of a joint program with New Zealand, whose navy operates an additional two examples.
Singapore was reached on 10 September and Hong Kong six days later, where she relieved HMAS Bataan on station, proceeding for Sasebo on 27 September for duty on the west coast of Korea.
New Year’s Day, 1955, found Anzac (II) self refitting at Cockatoo Dockyard, Sydney, work which continued until 13 February. A new role was undertaken in October and November 1966 when Anzac (II) carried out survey duties off the north west coast of Australia. Operations of this group followed the usual pattern with destroyers being allocated daily for naval gunfire support against the mainland. On 3 July 1953 Anzac (II) returned to Sydney after an absence of 305 days.  Anzac was designed to reach 31.5 knots (58.3 km/h; 36.2 mph), but could usually only reach 31 knots (57 km/h; 36 mph). In the first of the only two offensive actions undertaken by Royal Australian Navy ships during the Malayan Emergency (1948-60), Anzac (II) and Tobruk (I) bombarded terrorist positions south of Jason Bay in Johore State on 29 September 1956. Flying operations ended on 13 October and the entire group then proceeded for Sasebo and thence to Kure.  After a short break in Kure, the destroyer was assigned to patrols and shore bombardments on the west coast until 19 December, when she relieved HMCS Haida and assumed responsibility for the defence of Yongdo Island. In June assistance was given to civil authorities in locating and rescuing six persons who were stranded when their launch broke down. In June and July 1967 she visited Tonga for the occasion of the coronation of His Majesty King Taufa’Ahau Tupou IV. For her two tours, Anzac was awarded the battle honour "Korea 1951–53".
Anzac (II) escorted the Royal Yacht Britannia on the occasion of the Royal Visit in February and March 1963.
In January 1954 there were further east coast carrier exercises and in the following month escort duties on the occasion of the visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. , Between 1956 and 1959, the destroyer was deployed on several occasions to serve with the Far East Strategic Reserve..
 A malfunction in Anzac's gun direction equipment negated the deliberate 6° mis-aiming of her guns, with the resulting shell hitting Tobruk and doing enough damage to the destroyer to make repairs uneconomical. Initially she then became responsible for the training of cadets, ordinary seamen and higher rates (ie, higher ranking seamen).