Students from Eungella State School, Queensland, were given a special treat by the crew of HMAS Gascoyne recently - a personal tour of the Royal Australian Navy minehunter.
HMAS Rankin recently visited Jinhae Naval Base, South Korea, as part of Exercise PACIFIC REACH 2016, a six-nation submarine exercise involving Australia, South Korea, the United States, Japan, Singapore and Malaysia.
Coinciding with World Oceans Day, Navy’s Maritime Services Bureau Environmental Services team reflected on Navy's responsibility to help maintain the maritime environment.
HMAS Perth’s ‘Romeo’ MH-60R helicopter touched down at Jandakot airport recently for a brief stop over at the Royal Flying Doctor Services Western Australian Headquarters, before embarking in the Anzac class frigate for her Operation MANITOU deployment.
Personnel from Sydney base, HMAS Penguin, helped raised $10,000 for sick children during the gruelling Balmoral Burn foot race recently.
Volunteer “firies” from Baldivis Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade have conducted fire-fighting training at the Royal Australian Navy School of Ship Safety and Survivability onboard HMAS Stirling.
Defence families on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, celebrated National Families Week by packing several hours with non-stop jumping, climbing and sneaky battles – the laser tag sort of course.
The Department of Defence has commenced an environmental investigation at HMAS Albatross and nearby HMAS Creswell to evaluate the potential presence of chemicals which were historically used in fire fighting foams.
For kids like 16 year old Scott Green who suffers from Muscular Dystrophy, public donations play a large role in providing him with a quality of life. It is kids like Scott, which Navy is hoping to help with HMAS Canberra’s first Sydney open day this weekend.
A group of 18 Indigenous students from the Clontarf Foundation took some time away from the classroom recently and got a taste of Navy life at HMAS Stirling, in Western Australia.