Topic: HMAS Newcastle (F06)
April 19, 2019 by FLTLT Bel Scott (author), LSIS Steven Thomson (photographer), LSIS Jake Badior (photographer), LSIS Ronnie Baltoft (photographer)
HMAS Collins leads a Task Group formation while sailing in the Bay of Bengal as part of AUSINDEX 2019.
Exercise AUSINDEX 2019 has commenced with the largest naval group Australia has ever sent to India.
(L-R) Commander Task Group 661.1 Captain Andrew Quinn, RAN, and Commander Joint Task Force 661 Air Commodore Richard Owen, AM, are greeted to Visakhapatnam Naval Base by Indian Navy Command Protocol Officer Commander Ravi Rastogi to begin AUSINDEX 2019.
Newcastle was slowly guided into dock by the harbour master at Visakhapatnam Port in the Indian sub-continent on a breathless, humid day.
March 07, 2019 by LCDR Des Paroz (author), LSIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer), ABIS Kieren Whiteley (photographer), LSIS Ronnie Baltoft (photographer)
HMA Ships Canberra (top) and Stuart sit at anchor in Geographe Bay, Western Australia during Exercise OCEAN EXPLORER 2019.
Residents of Western Australia’s Geographe Bay were greeted with an impressive sight as a task group of five ships taking part in Navy’s Exercise OCEAN EXPLORER 2019 formed up in the bay to conduct briefings and preparations for the next phase of the exercise.
HMAS Newcastle patrols oil rigs in the Bass Strait during Exercise OCEAN EXPLORER 2019.
While transiting to Western Australia for Exercise OCEAN EXPLORER 2019, the guided missile frigate HMAS
Newcastle separated from the OCEAN EXPLORER Task Group to undertake patrols of key oil infrastructure in the Bass Strait as part of Navy’s national maritime security commitment.
HMA Ships Canberra (left) and Success depart Sydney Harbour to commence a four month deployment conducting international engagement exercises including.
Navy’s tempo has increased this month, marking the start of a busy year for the Fleet with more than 20 ships and over 2000 sailors at sea.
HMAS Newcastle (06) and Japanese Ship JS Sazanami (113) transit the Whitsunday Passage enroute to Sydney.
Royal Australian Navy sailors have tasted life at sea with the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force as personnel from both services temporarily swapped places after Exercise Kakadu.
Published on September 13, 2018 by SBLT Shafiqah Shariffali (author), Courtesy ABBM Jack Nona (photographer)
AB Thomas Ketchell (in uniform second from left), and AB Jack Nona with their families at Thursday Island.
The morning of Monday 29 August was an experience to remember for three of HMAS
Newcastle’s junior sailors.
September 08, 2018 by LEUT James McPherson (author), LSIS James McDougall (photographer)
HMAS Newcastle leads Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy ship Huangshan, and Republic of Singapore Navy ships RSS Valiant and RSS Vigour, during officer of the watch manoeuvres as part of Exercise Kakadu 2018.
The sea phase of Exercise Kakadu has shifted up a gear, with coalition ships beginning a series of challenging and complex manoeuvres off the coast of the Northern Territory.
Seven Novocastrian members of HMAS Newcastle during a port visit to her namesake city.
The boom of a seven-gun salute was a welcoming sound for
the ship’s company of HMAS Newcastle as she returned to her namesake city for a port visit.
3D-printed replacement hinges on a compartment locker onboard HMAS Newcastle.
In a significant contribution to the Chief of Navy’s ‘Challenge and Innovate’ statement, Deployed Innovation Workshops have been established onboard HMA Ships
Hobart, Warramunga and Newcastle.