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HMAS Penguin supports the Sir David Martin Foundation

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(L-R) Lady Susan Martin; WOATV Ian Daley; Mrs Anna Beaumont; CMDR Mat Bradley and Anna from Triple Care Farm. (photo: )

(L-R) Lady Susan Martin; WOATV Ian Daley; Mrs Anna Beaumont; CMDR Mat Bradley and Anna from Triple Care Farm.

A cold winter’s day was not enough to scare off more than 50 keen bridge card-playing ladies from attending the Lady Susan Martin Bridge Day at HMAS Penguin.

Chief of Navy welcomes HMB Endeavour find

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Chief of Navy Australia, Vice Admiral Mike Noonan, and Australian National Maritime Museum divers Kieran Hosty and Dr James Hunter taking a selfie on Newport Harbor. Image: Twitter/@newportsteam. (photo: Rhode Island STEAM)

Chief of Navy Australia, Vice Admiral Mike Noonan, and Australian National Maritime Museum divers Kieran Hosty and Dr James Hunter taking a selfie on Newport Harbor. Image: Twitter/@newportsteam.

The Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Mike Noonan, AO, RAN, says confirmation that Australian and US marine archaeologists have found the wreck of Captain Cook’s ship HMB (His Majesty's Bark) Endeavour adds a significant page to Australia’s maritime history.

Despite the scoreboard, success for Navy in rugby fundraiser

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Kiz Welling-Burtenshaw (author)

SBLT Jerome Dillon-Baker, 808 SQN, steels himself to take on the Many Marlin defence. (photo: )

SBLT Jerome Dillon-Baker, 808 SQN, steels himself to take on the Many Marlin defence.

Last weekend close to a thousand eager rugby fans stepped into the Sydney sunshine to watch the inaugural match between the men’s Royal Australian Navy Rugby Union (RANRU) and the Manly Marlins.

Gladiator Games provides tough test of fitness

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Competitors in HMAS Waterhen’s Gladiator Games prepare for a punishing test of fitness. Who doesn’t love burpees? (photo: )

Competitors in HMAS Waterhen’s Gladiator Games prepare for a punishing test of fitness. Who doesn’t love burpees?

Sport, especially at the establishment and unit level, is a key contributor to the Navy’s ability to ‘Fight and Win at Sea’.

Gap year sailor competes in national championships

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SMN Dylan Holland (competitor number 87) works his way through the field in the Australian Cross-Country Championships held at south east Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. (photo: )

SMN Dylan Holland (competitor number 87) works his way through the field in the Australian Cross-Country Championships held at south east Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

Amongst the 1200 athletes who competed in the Australian Cross-Country Championships at Maleny Golf Club on the Sunshine Coast in late August was HMAS Albatross Gap Year participant SMN Dylan Holland.

Cerberus swimmers dominate the lanes

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), POIS Nina Fogliani (photographer)

The women's 50 metre freestyle heat underway during the HMAS Cerberus Swimming Carnival held at the Cerberus Sports and Aquatic Centre, Victoria. (photo: POIS Nina Fogliani)

The women's 50 metre freestyle heat underway during the HMAS Cerberus Swimming Carnival held at the Cerberus Sports and Aquatic Centre, Victoria.

It might still feel like an icy winter in Victoria, but that didn’t stop the HMAS Cerberus ship’s company from hitting the pool for the annual whole-of-base swimming carnival.

Ex Kakadu takes innovative approach to planning

This article has photo gallery Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), POIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer)

Personnel from the United Arab Emirates, Chile, Vietnam, Pakistan, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan and Brunei take part in a three day activity focused on how to plan a wide range of operations from humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to maritime conflict as part of Exercise Kakadu 2018. (photo: POIS Yuri Ramsey)

Personnel from the United Arab Emirates, Chile, Vietnam, Pakistan, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan and Brunei take part in a three day activity focused on how to plan a wide range of operations from humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to maritime conflict as part of Exercise Kakadu 2018.

As Exercise Kakadu reached a conclusion at sea, a land based challenge was taking place ashore.

MTO keeps seaborne trade lanes flowing during Kakadu

Published on by LEUT Geoff Long (author), POIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer)

Maritime Trade Operations shipping coordination team, Chief Petty Officer John van der Zanden from the Royal New Zealand Navy (left), and Royal Australian Navy officer, Lieutenant Timothy Martin, RAN (right), brief Captain Francis Milabo on the bridge of merchant ship MCP Troodos on hazards and movements during Exercise Kakadu 2018. (photo: POIS Yuri Ramsey)

Maritime Trade Operations shipping coordination team, Chief Petty Officer John van der Zanden from the Royal New Zealand Navy (left), and Royal Australian Navy officer, Lieutenant Timothy Martin, RAN (right), brief Captain Francis Milabo on the bridge of merchant ship MCP Troodos on hazards and movements during Exercise Kakadu 2018.

A five-member team of Australian and New Zealand Maritime Trade Operations (MTO) personnel provided a vital link to the commercial shipping industry during Kakadu 2018.

Partnerships matter - Exercise Kakadu wraps up in Darwin

This article has photo gallery Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), POIS James Whittle (photographer), POIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer)

The Exercise Kakadu 2018 multinational fleet in formation off the coast of Darwin. (photo: POIS James Whittle)

The Exercise Kakadu 2018 multinational fleet in formation off the coast of Darwin.

Australia’s largest maritime exercise has wrapped up in the Top End, following an intensive two weeks of realistic and challenging engagements from the air and the sea.

Australians enjoy a taste of India

Published on by LEUT Gary McHugh (author), LSIS Nicolas Gonzalez (photographer)

Royal Australian Navy sailor, Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Phillip Goodwin, is welcomed onboard the Indian Navy ship (INS) Sahyadri by the Executive Officer as part of a cross-decking program during Exercise Kakadu 2018. (photo: LSIS Nicolas Gonzalez)

Royal Australian Navy sailor, Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Phillip Goodwin, is welcomed onboard the Indian Navy ship (INS) Sahyadri by the Executive Officer as part of a cross-decking program during Exercise Kakadu 2018.

A group of sailors and officers from HMAS Stuart were given special VIP treatment recently when the Anzac class frigate conducted a cross-decking of personnel with Indian Navy Ship Sahyadri.