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Kuttabul focuses on fitness

Published on by LEUT Todd Fitzgerald (author), Unknown (photographer)

HMAS Kuttabul teams give their all during the dragon boat tug-of- war challenge at Garden Island Boat Pound - just one of the many new activities designed to improve fitness and
resilience among Royal Australian Navy personnel. (photo: Unknown)

HMAS Kuttabul teams give their all during the dragon boat tug-of- war challenge at Garden Island Boat Pound - just one of the many new activities designed to improve fitness and resilience among Royal Australian Navy personnel.

HMAS Kuttabul is driving a team sport and physical fitness focus with the introduction of dragon boating, gladiator games, sea kayaking and lunch-time fitness classes at the Sydney Navy base.

Adelaide crew takes on ‘Heartbreak Hill’

This article has photo gallery Published on by POIS Paul McCallum (author and photographer), LSIS Sarah Williams (photographer)

HMAS Adelaide conducts a 'City to Surf' fun run on the flight deck as the ship sails to Hobart, Tasmania. (photo: POIS Paul McCallum)

HMAS Adelaide conducts a 'City to Surf' fun run on the flight deck as the ship sails to Hobart, Tasmania.

The crew of HMAS Adelaide did not let the fact they were at sea stop them from taking part in Sydney’s City to Surf, setting up their own version of the famous fun run onboard. 

We'll see you in court

Published on by Department of Defence (author), LSIS Peter Thompson (photographer)

Commanding Officer HMAS Kuttabul, Commander Rebecca Jeffcoat, RAN (left), Base Support Manager Fleet Base East, Daryle McKone, and Estate Maintenance and Operating Services Manager Fleet Base East, Aaron Brown (right) open the newly refurbished tennis courts at Garden Island, Sydney. (photo: LSIS Peter Thompson)

Commanding Officer HMAS Kuttabul, Commander Rebecca Jeffcoat, RAN (left), Base Support Manager Fleet Base East, Daryle McKone, and Estate Maintenance and Operating Services Manager Fleet Base East, Aaron Brown (right) open the newly refurbished tennis courts at Garden Island, Sydney.


Navy tennis enthusiasts will be able to have a hit on one of the country’s oldest tennis courts, with the Garden Island, Sydney, courts now officially reopened.


Inaugural Regional Commanders’ Conference builds trust

This article has photo gallery Published on by Mr James McPherson (author), SGT Shane Gidall (photographer)

Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer, CSC and Bar, RAN sits with Professor Michael Wesley as he addresses attendees during the Regional Fleet Commanders' Conference held in conjunction with Exercise Kakadu 2016. (photo: SGT Shane Gidall)

Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer, CSC and Bar, RAN sits with Professor Michael Wesley as he addresses attendees during the Regional Fleet Commanders' Conference held in conjunction with Exercise Kakadu 2016.

Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer, has hosted 14 of his counterparts or their representatives in Darwin for the inaugural Regional Commanders’ Conference to discuss maritime security and interoperability in the Asia-Pacific.

Fijian workshop on Women, Peace and Security

Published on by Department of Defence (author), LSIS Kayla Hayes (photographer)

Lieutenant Commander Jaqueline Swinton recently led the Fijian workshop on Women, Peace and Security (photo: ABIS Kayla Hayes)

Lieutenant Commander Jaqueline Swinton recently led the Fijian workshop on Women, Peace and Security

While alongside in Fiji, recently, HMAS Canberra hosted a 'talanoa', or workshop, on United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, Women, Peace and Security.

Logistics innovation a boon for units

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Sailor from HMAS Ballarat using SLIMS mobile device. (photo: Unknown)

Sailor from HMAS Ballarat using SLIMS mobile device.

Anzac frigates HMA Ships Ballarat and Warramunga are the first two ships in the Fleet to take delivery of mobile devices set to modernise and streamline stores processes.
 

Paradise reinforces commitment to maritime security

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Mark Doggett (author and photographer)

HMPNGS Seeadler (front) operating with HMPNGS Moresby (middle) and HMAS Wollongong (rear) in Port Moresby Harbour during Exercise Paradise 2016. (photo: LEUT Mark Doggett)

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.

Busy time for Newcastle testing UAV capability

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Flight Trials Unit and the Navy Unmanned Aviation Systems Unit teams who joined HMAS Newcastle to conduct first-of-class flight trials - flight operations to assess the operability of the ScanEagle system from a guided missile frigate. (photo: Unknown)

Flight Trials Unit and the Navy Unmanned Aviation Systems Unit teams who joined HMAS Newcastle to conduct first-of-class flight trials - flight operations to assess the operability of the ScanEagle system from a guided missile frigate.

The crew of HMAS Newcastle found their recent Sea Qualification Trials demanding, testing weapons and engineering systems after a lengthy maintenance period.

Destroyer combat systems training enhanced

Published on by WOCSM Chris Boardman (author), MC2(SW) Will Gaskill (photographer)

DARWIN, Australia U.S. and Australian Sailors participate in a bilateral combat systems training exercise aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Spruance.  (photo: MC2(SW) Will Gaskill)

DARWIN, Australia U.S. and Australian Sailors participate in a bilateral combat systems training exercise aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Spruance.

With destroyer NUSHIP Hobart set to commence contractor sea trials next month before being delivered to the Royal Australian Navy next year, many of the growing number of the ship’s company have already undertaken AEGIS combat system training in the United States.
 

Emphasis on information a boost for aviators

This article has photo gallery Published on by Department of Defence (author), POIS Kelvin Hockey (photographer), LSIS Sarah Williams (photographer)

725 Squadron's MH-60R 'Romeo' helicopter conducts a DIPEX serial in the Jervis Bay area. (photo: LSIS Sarah Williams)

725 Squadron's MH-60R 'Romeo' helicopter conducts a DIPEX serial in the Jervis Bay area.

While it might not be considered a headline-grabbing topic, Commander Fleet Air Arm, Commodore Chris Smallhorn, has reinforced the need to prioritise information management within his force command.