Topic: HMAS Anzac (F150)
Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Sarah Hickling from HMAS Albatross strikes the soccer ball for a penalty shoot-out against HMAS Anzac during the finals of the Nirimba Cup soccer competition held at Randwick Barracks, Sydney.
The team from frigate, HMAS
Anzac took home the Nirimba Cup following several nail-biting soccer matches and penalty shoot-outs at Randwick Barracks in Sydney in mid September.
September 24, 2016 by Department of Defence (author), LSIS Peter Thompson (photographer)
Royal New Zealand Navy sailor, Able Seaman Combat Specialist Kyle Butcher, playing for HMAS Choules, makes a break for the try line during a game of touch rugby against HMAS Darwin, at Fleet Base East, Sydney.
While day-to-day Anzac friendships remain strong between the nations of Australia and New Zealand, on the sporting field it is war.
Australia’s Deputy Chief of NavyRear Admiral Mike Noonan, AM, RAN, poses for photos with enthusiastic locals during the opening parade for Exercise Komodo in the Indonesian city of Padang, West Sumatra.
Australia’s Deputy Chief of Navy, Rear Admiral Mike Noonan, has experienced the warmest of welcomes during a visit to Padang in West Sumatra.
An Indonesian Navy sailor (TNI-AL) looks on as HMAS Anzac participates in an International Fleet Review, marking the start of Exercise KOMODO, off the Indonesian city of Padang, West Sumatra.
Royal Australian Navy Frigate HMAS
Anzac has flown the flag for improved maritime trust and cooperation joining ships from 23 nations for Exercise KOMODO off Padang in West Sumatra over the past week.
Commanding Officer HMAS Stuart, Commander Simon Howard, Commander Dugald Clelland, and Lieutenant James Brandreth on the bridge wing while coming alongside in Hobart, Tasmania.
Bagpipes, cheers and applause greeted the visit of HMAS
Stuart to Hobart last week for the ship's duties as Flagship for the Royal Hobart Regatta.
Seaman Combat Systems Operator Dylan Gardiner (left) and White Ribbon Ambassador Chief Petty Officer Communications Information Specialist Mark Baker prepare for a morning tea on HMAS Anzac.
The crew of HMAS
Anzac marked White Ribbon day at sea. But that didn’t stop the ship’s company from raising several hundred dollars to assist women who have suffered from domestic violence.
The model cannon at sea on board HMNZS Te Kaha in the Dardanelles.
A small model cannon that was removed from Hobart’s Anglesea Barracks Sergeants’ Mess in October 2014 was returned to the mess on 25 September, resulting in a considerable donation to Legacy.
Governor of New South Wales, Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC, CVO presents the Gloucester Cup to the Commanding Officer of HMAS Stuart, Commander Jason Hunter RAN onboard the flight deck of HMAS Stuart at Fleet Base East, Sydney.
Recently the prestigious Gloucester Cup was presented to HMAS
Anzac’s ship's company, now embarked in HMAS Stuart by the Governor of New South Wales, Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC, CVO.
The Catering Department of HMAS Anzac received a Commander Joint Operations Commendation. (From left) ABML-C Luke Barton, ABML-C Zacharii Morris, POML-C Paul Lucas, LCDR David Perry and POML-C Daniel Douglas.
The Commander Joint Operations Command, Lieutenant General Ash Power, has presented HMAS
Anzac’s former Catering Department with a Group Commendation for its efforts and hard work while deployed to the Middle Eastern Area of Operations.
Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Steward (ABML-S) Brad Collins, Seaman Maritime Logistics - Personnel Operations Kelly Timbs and Seaman Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Carly Bakes show their old and new badges as crew members of HMAS Stuart.
It was with a sense of pride and achievement that HMAS
Stuart longing for home, entered Sydney in procedure Alpha after having been away for two years in extended readiness.