Topic: HMAS Wollongong (P92)
Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Jonathan Mead, AM, RAN, presents the Sarawak Shield to Commanding Officer of Hydrographic Ship Blue Crew, Lieutenant Commander Dean Battilana, RAN, during his visit to HMAS Cairns.
Cairns-based Royal Australian Navy officers, sailors and units have been recognised for excellence at a series of ceremonies in the top end.
HMAS Wollongong's Petty Officer Naval Police Coxswain James Quinn, presents Shoalhaven Police Local Area Commander, Superintendent Steve Hegarty, with the scroll granting HMAS Wollongong the Freedom of Entry to the city of Wollongong.
For the first time, the crew of HMAS
Wollongong have issued a challenge in their namesake city, to exercise the rights of Freedom of Entry.
June 01, 2017 by Department of Defence Media Release (author), ABCIS Neil James (photographer), WO Scott Campbell (photographer)
Boading party members from HMAS Wollongong conduct boarding party exercises with members of the Fijian Navy in Suva, Fiji.
Royal Australian Navy patrol boat HMAS
Wollongong has completed an official visit to Fiji, including a four-day exercise within Fiji’s Exclusive Economic Zone with the Republic of Fiji Navy Ship Kula.
May 29, 2017 by MIDN Beau Foley (author), LSCIS Adelaide Lord (photographer), ABCIS Neil James (photographer)
The crew from HMAS Wollongong enjoy a local refreshment after a hard day helping out at Seif Ples, with Commanding Officer Lieutenant Commander Scott Wilson (back, far right) and Seif Ples founder Kim Abbey (far right).
Wollongong didn’t waste time getting involved with the local community when she came alongside in Honiara, Solomon Islands, recently.
Foreground HMAS Wollongong takes up her station while incompany during Exercise CASSOWARY, in the Northern Australian Exercise Area.
Wollongong has embarked on a voyage to the South West Pacific as part of the Australian Defence Force’s enduring commitment to assist with building security capacity in the region.
HMPNGS Seeadler (front) operating with HMPNGS Moresby (middle) and HMAS Wollongong (rear) in Port Moresby Harbour during Exercise Paradise 2016.
The ability of the Royal Australian and Papua New Guinean navies to work together in maritime security is stronger than ever following the conclusion of Exercise PARADISE this month.
August 13, 2016 by LEUT Daniel O’Neill (author and photographer), LSMED Peter Tremaine (photographer)
HMAS Wollongong berthed (Back left) alongside in Port Moresby
Exercise PARADISE got underway in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, with little fanfare but with much promise for the participating Royal Australian and Papua New Guinean navies.
Lieutenant Mark Doggett on the bridge wing of HMAS Wollongong as they sail across the Arafeura Sea.
Wollongong set sail for Port Moresby this month to take part in Exercise PARADISE - an annual event aimed at strengthening ties between the Royal Australian and Papua New Guinean navies.
Australia's relationship with Indonesia was highlighted last month when Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, visited Jakarta.
Australia’s relationship with Indonesia was highlighted last month when Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett visited Jakarta and the crew of HMAS
Wollongong participated in an International Fleet Review.