Topic: Amphibious Assault Ship (LHD)
Australia’s close maritime relationship with Indonesia was highlighted recently, with the country’s Chief of Navy, Admiral Ade Supandi paying a visit to Sydney.
HMAS Adelaide has successfully embarked a large number of recruits from Royal Australian Navy Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus in Victoria as part of a civilian evacuation exercise.
A group of 14 sailors has experienced the rush of working beneath 14,000 kilograms of hovering helicopter on the deck of a moving warship.
HMAS Adelaide has taken time during a busy schedule of training at sea to support wider border surveillance efforts.
HMAS Adelaide sailed into Melbourne last week, returning for the first time to the city where she was built.
For the first time during an exercise, Navy has conducted a maritime task group resupply without bringing a single ship alongside.
Providing three meals a day to personnel in Navy’s warships is an essential, but often overlooked, element of warfighting capability.
Providing strategic medical information to warships of an Amphibious Task Group is a job well suited to an experienced Senior Sailor.
International Women’s Day, celebrated on 8th March, is the global day recognising the economic, political and social achievements of women. For women in the Navy who make up approximately 21% of the full-time RAN workforce, it is not just another day at sea or ashore but also a day to take pride in their duties and reflect on their role in Navy.
Amphibious ship HMAS Canberra has tested one of its key defensive capabilities off the south coast of New South Wales.