Topic: Operations

Personal touch on operations

Published on by LSIS Jayson Tufrey (author)

Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Personnel Briony Kennedy with Warrant Officer - Navy Martin Holzberger in the Anzac Cove recreation area at Headquarters Resolute Support in Kabul, Afghanistan.  (photo: LSIS Jayson Tufrey)

Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Personnel Briony Kennedy with Warrant Officer - Navy Martin Holzberger in the Anzac Cove recreation area at Headquarters Resolute Support in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Juggling soldiers of all nationalities is not generally part of a Maritime Logistics – Personnel sailor's duty statement, but for Petty Officer Briony Kennedy it’s all in a day’s work.

Sydney recognises Operation SLIPPER veterans

Published on by Department of Defence (author)

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More than 6,000 New South Wales based members of the Australian Defence Force, Australian Federal Police and other government agencies will march through Sydney on Saturday, 21 March, as part of a national commemoration to mark the completion of Operation SLIPPER.

Battle Tanker - A multi-role capability

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Anthea Baczkowski (author), ABIS Jake Badior (author)

Federation German Ship Luebeck alongside HMAS Success during a Replenishment at Sea while deployed in the Middle East Region on Operation Manitou. (photo: Able Seaman Jake Badior)

Federation German Ship Luebeck alongside HMAS Success during a Replenishment at Sea while deployed in the Middle East Region on Operation Manitou.

HMAS Success is showing her versatility in a multi-role capacity while deployed to Operation MANITOU in the Middle East Region. 

Success and Innovation - Problem solving sailor praised on Operation MANITOU

Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), LSIS Brenton Freind (photographer)

Innovative Sailor, Leading Seaman Marine Technician Nimrod Arevalo, shows off his machined screw cap belonging to a diesel governor onboard HMAS Success. Without the part, the whole governor would have to be replaced. (photo: LSIS Brenton Freind)

Innovative Sailor, Leading Seaman Marine Technician Nimrod Arevalo, shows off his machined screw cap belonging to a diesel governor onboard HMAS Success. Without the part, the whole governor would have to be replaced.

A Marine Technician on board HMAS Success has been praised for initiating a series of innovative projects to improve his ship’s capability and the safety of those on board.

Back to back boardings a Success

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Anthea Baczkowski (author), ABIS Jake Badior (author)

A cargo dhow passes by as the HMAS Success boarding party boards a vessel in the Gulf of Aden for Operation MANITOU. (photo: ABIS Jake Badior)

A cargo dhow passes by as the HMAS Success boarding party boards a vessel in the Gulf of Aden for Operation MANITOU.

It’s all in a day’s work for HMAS Success, as she has completed two maritime engagement operations with local fisherman off the Arabian Sea in the space of an afternoon.

Taskforce keeps up the pace

Published on by LSIS Jayson Tufrey (author)

The Royal Australian Navy and Royal Canadian Military Forces staff of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150 gather for a photo at CTF headquarters in Bahrain. (photo: LSIS Jayson Tufrey)

The Royal Australian Navy and Royal Canadian Military Forces staff of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150 gather for a photo at CTF headquarters in Bahrain.

With Christmas and the New Year behind them, Royal Australian Navy personnel deployed as part of Combined Task Force 150 have been straight into a year of deterring and disrupting terrorism related activity on the high seas in the Middle East Region.

A force of Marine Systems Managers

Published on by LEUT Anthea Baczkowski (author), ABIS Jake Badior (photographer)

Commanding Officer HMAS Success, Captain Justin Jones, RAN (right) presents Leading Seaman Marine Technician Gregory Williams with his Marine Systems Manager Certificate in a small ceremony on the Flight Deck of HMAS Success during Operation MANITOU. (photo: Able Seaman Jake Badior)

Commanding Officer HMAS Success, Captain Justin Jones, RAN (right) presents Leading Seaman Marine Technician Gregory Williams with his Marine Systems Manager Certificate in a small ceremony on the Flight Deck of HMAS Success during Operation MANITOU.

On 24 December 2014, in the middle of operations in the Middle East four HMAS Success sailors achieved a significant milestone.

Working together for maritime security

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Anthea Baczkowski (author), ABIS Jake Badior (photographer)

A HMAS Success Boarding Party returns to the ship after conducting a search on a Dhow in the Middle East Region as part of Operation MANITOU. (photo: ABIS Jake Badior)

A HMAS Success Boarding Party returns to the ship after conducting a search on a Dhow in the Middle East Region as part of Operation MANITOU.

HMAS Success has displayed the ongoing co-operation necessary amongst the nations of the Combined Maritime Forces, conducting a boarding operation in the Middle East Region with the help Arleigh-Burke class destroyer USS Dewey.

HMAS Success delivers more than fuel

Published on by LEUT Michelle Rayner (author), ABIS Jake Badior (photographer), SBLT Tom Matthews (photographer)

Two HMAS Success Boarding Party crews return to their ship after conducting a boarding on a Dhow in the Middle East Region during Operation MANITOU. (photo: Able Seaman Jake Badior)

Two HMAS Success Boarding Party crews return to their ship after conducting a boarding on a Dhow in the Middle East Region during Operation MANITOU.

The Royal Australian Navy’s multi-product replenishment oiler HMAS Success has been very busy lately, not only delivering vital fuel and other goods to warships operating in the Middle East, but also delivering key operational effects under the Canadian-led Combined Task Force 150.

Navy Divers lend expertise during Operation RENDER SAFE 2014

Published on by SBLT Luke Deering (author), CPL Matthew Bickerton (photographer)

Two World War II era aircraft bombs, secured onto a Royal Australian Navy Barge, await transport to a deep sea disposal site off the coast of Bougainville, during Operation RENDER SAFE 14. (photo: CPL Matthew Bickerton)

Two World War II era aircraft bombs, secured onto a Royal Australian Navy Barge, await transport to a deep sea disposal site off the coast of Bougainville, during Operation RENDER SAFE 14.

Navy divers have lent their expertise to Operation RENDER SAFE this year forming an integral part of the tri-service Amphibious Task Group that were responding to the dangerous legacy of unexploded ordinance located in Torokina, Bougainville Island.