Topic:

Harman’s new CO - a Next Generation leader

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Dave Devlin (author), LSIS James McDougall (photographer)

Outgoing Commanding Officer HMAS Harman, Captain David Luck, RAN (right) hands over 'the weight' to incoming Commanding Officer, Commander Amanda Howard, RAN, during the handover ceremony held at the Bonshaw Mess, HMAS Harman, ACT. (photo: LSIS James McDougall)

Outgoing Commanding Officer HMAS Harman, Captain David Luck, RAN (right) hands over 'the weight' to incoming Commanding Officer, Commander Amanda Howard, RAN, during the handover ceremony held at the Bonshaw Mess, HMAS Harman, ACT.

A diverse and wide-ranging career has led to many positive challenges for the new Commanding Officer of HMAS Harman.

Submariners help out at Legacy camp

Published on by LS Christian Thom (author)

The Trials Group team from Submarine Force Headquarters helps out at the Legacy Camp at Busselton, Western Australia. (photo: )

The Trials Group team from Submarine Force Headquarters helps out at the Legacy Camp at Busselton, Western Australia.

After a busy year, a team of eight submariners from the Submarine Force Headquarters’ Trials Group conducted a team building exercise in Busselton, Western Australia.

Navy wins back-to-back titles at Henley on Todd Regatta

Published on by LEUT Todd Fitzgerald (author), Lisa Hatz Photography (photographer)

Navy celebrates their back-to-back Henley on Todd Regatta wins with the Vikings and the Pirates. (photo: Lisa Hatz Photography)

Navy celebrates their back-to-back Henley on Todd Regatta wins with the Vikings and the Pirates.

A combined Navy and Rotary crew has emerged from a sea of sand, flour bombs and water cannons to win this year’s Henley on Todd Battle Boat Spectacular in Alice Springs.

Navy blood ambassador calls for life-saving donations

Published on by LEUT Dave Devlin (author), LSIS Kayla Jackson (photographer)

2019 Navy Blood Drive Ambassador Royal Australian Navy Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Personnel JD Byrne at HMAS Albatross. (photo: LSIS Kayla Jackson)

2019 Navy Blood Drive Ambassador Royal Australian Navy Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Personnel JD Byrne at HMAS Albatross.

Petty Officer Jaylene Byrne's role as Navy’s Blood Drive Ambassador comes with a strong desire to do more and to assist others to decide to donate.

Penguin sailors ‘proud to serve’ the Sir David Martin Foundation

Published on by CMDR Bernadette Alexander (author and photographer)

(L-R) Mrs Anna Beaumont (Sir David Martin’s daughter), Seaman* Paige Darcy, Seaman* Ashley Griffiths, Seaman* Kristina Heron and Lady Susan Martin at the Sir David Martin Foundation annual Bridge Day 2019 at HMAS Penguin. (photo: CMDR Bernadette Alexander)

(L-R) Mrs Anna Beaumont (Sir David Martin’s daughter), Seaman* Paige Darcy, Seaman* Ashley Griffiths, Seaman* Kristina Heron and Lady Susan Martin at the Sir David Martin Foundation annual Bridge Day 2019 at HMAS Penguin.

HMAS Penguin recently helped Lady Susan Martin hold her annual Bridge Day to raise funds for David Martin Place.

Navy achieves significant cost savings through Indigenous Procurement partnership

Published on by Ms Rachael Reynolds (author)

Manager Project Mutatio, Mr Rod Thompson; Deputy Director Resources at Fleet Support Unit, Ms Kellie Naylor; and Executive Director of Fleet Support Unit, Captain Greg Laxton. (photo: ABIS Leo Baumgartner)

Manager Project Mutatio, Mr Rod Thompson; Deputy Director Resources at Fleet Support Unit, Ms Kellie Naylor; and Executive Director of Fleet Support Unit, Captain Greg Laxton.

A successful partnership between the Navy’s Fleet Support Unit and the Indigenous company Willyama Indigenous ICT Services has paid dividends for the Royal Australian Navy - resulting in significant cost savings and increased productivity.

People sleeping rough to benefit from Canberra's long deployment

Published on by LEUT Anthony Martin (author), ABIS Leo Baumgartner (photographer)

Chief Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Chef James Elliott with his collection of donated sanitary products onboard HMAS Canberra during Exercise TALISMAN SABRE 2019. (photo: ABIS Leo Baumgartner)

Chief Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Chef James Elliott with his collection of donated sanitary products onboard HMAS Canberra during Exercise TALISMAN SABRE 2019.

Some people walk past homeless people in the streets, barely giving them a second thought or at best offering a few coins. But not Chief Petty Officer James Elliott.

In memory of our submariners still on patrol

This article has photo gallery Published on by Mr Andrew Bujdegan (author), LSIS Kylie Jagiello (photographer)

More than 250 people gathered at the HMAS Orion Fin, in the Naval Memorial Park in Rockingham WA, for the Lost Submariners Memorial Service to pay respects to all Australian submariners who have lost their lives during their period of service since the inception of the modern day Australian Submarine Force. (photo: LSIS Kylie Jagiello)

More than 250 people gathered at the HMAS Orion Fin, in the Naval Memorial Park in Rockingham WA, for the Lost Submariners Memorial Service to pay respects to all Australian submariners who have lost their lives during their period of service since the inception of the modern day Australian Submarine Force.

The inaugural Lost Submariners Memorial Service was hosted by The Submarines Association of Australia last week, with more than 200 past and present submariners in attendance.

Moore building passes its first test

Published on by LS Hayden Eyles (author and photographer)

Participants of the Department of Defence Consultative Forum outside HMAS Moreton’s new Multi-User Facility - the Moore Building. (photo: LS Hayden Eyles)

Participants of the Department of Defence Consultative Forum outside HMAS Moreton’s new Multi-User Facility - the Moore Building.

HMAS Moreton’s expanding footprint in Brisbane and South East Queensland is almost complete with its new multi-user facility and conference centre getting a trial run by the Department of Defence Consultative forum.

Navy’s time to shine in an Army and Air Force town

Published on by LEUT Anthony Martin (author)

The Royal Australian Navy Band supports a Ceremonial Sunset in the City of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. (photo: )

The Royal Australian Navy Band supports a Ceremonial Sunset in the City of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales.

Many communities throughout regional Australia have prominent links to Australia’s military history, from cenotaphs and statues to parks and locations. This is particularly true of the city of Wagga Wagga.