January 19, 2018 by LEUT Andrew Ragless (author), ABIS Tara Byrne (photographer), CPOIS Phillip Hunt (photographer), ABIS Kieran Dempsey (photographer), LSIS Kayla Hayes (photographer)
Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer receives his Fleet Commander's pennant from Leading Seaman Communications Systems Jake Williams onboard HMAS Canberra.
In a heartfelt ceremony aboard flagship HMAS
Canberra, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer has handed over the reins as Commander Australian Fleet to his successor Rear Admiral Jonathan Mead.
Commander of the Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer, Commanding Officer HMAS Coonawarra, Commander Viktor Pilicic, and the Coonawarra command team in front of the new HMAS Coonawarra Command Headquarters.
The Royal Australian Navy has taken front stage at Larrakeyah Defence Precinct in Darwin with the relocation of HMAS Coonawarra Command Headquarters to the entrance of the joint Defence base.
January 17, 2018 by Department of Defence (author), LSIS Jayson Tufrey (photographer), CPL Mark Doran (photographer)
An Australian Army OH-58A Kiowa leads a Royal Australian Navy AS-350BA Squirrel and a Eurocopter EC-135 through the skies over Nowra, NSW.
The Royal Australian Navy and Australian Army have joined forces with industry to train rotary wing crews at a new joint helicopter school as part of the Helicopter Aircrew Training System.
January 17, 2018 by LCDR Stephen Hill (author), LSIS Helen Frank (photographer), CPL Mark Doran (photographer)
Fleet Battle Staff work in the Joint Operations Room onboard HMAS Canberra during Exercise Ocean Raider.
Navy's Fleet Battle Staff has capped a very busy 2017 with a highly successful Exercise OCEAN RAIDER off Australia’s east coast.
Training Commander HMAS Creswell, Commander John Wearne (right) and Lieutenant Commander Mikaila Lasalo with her family on completion of a promotion course at HMAS Creswell.
The Royal Australian Naval College at HMAS
Creswell has increased its capability to provide accommodation for serving members and their families, with the conversion of an onboard married quarter into fully self-contained live-in accommodation.
Dr Nigel Erskine (Front Centre) and the Find AE1 expedition team reviewing survey data on board MV Fugro Equator.
As the investigation begins into the final moments of the Royal Australian Navy’s first submarine HMAS
AE1, moves are also afoot to educate the public on the submarine's importance to Australia's wartime history.
Chief Petty Officer Marine Technician Adam Davies and WO1 Semisi Pohahai in VOEA Neiafu alongside Masefield Navy Base, Nuku’Alofa.
Since the 1960s, Australia has undertaken a range of capacity-building and engagement activities in the South Pacific and South East Asia under the Defence Cooperation Program.
(L-R) Simulation Coordinator Lieutenant Steven Grosser, Petty Officer Medic - Submarine Errol Campbell, of Fleet Health, and Lieutenant Megan Hoare, of Joint Health Command, at the Royal Australian Navy Medical School Simulation Centre at HMAS Penguin.
Penguin’s Medical Simulation Centre has continued to build medical capability under new leadership as Lieutenant Steven Grosser completed a productive three years as Simulation Coordinator.
Rear Admiral Peter Briggs AO CSC RAN(Rtd) reciting the naval ode at the commemorative service over the final resting place of HMAS AE1.
The former Royal Australian Navy senior officer who has made finding HMAS
AE1 his life's work says he will remember the moment the submarine was finally found off PNG this week with mixed emotions.
image of HMAS AE1 compiled with information gathered using a multi-beam echo-sounder which conducted a bathymetric survey using a sophisticated autonomous underwater vehicle
This haunting new image of the Royal Australian Navy’s first submarine HMAS
AE1 is providing researchers with valuable new clues about the final moments of the boat and her 35 crew.