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Harman continues its Legacy of support to an important cause

Published on by LEUT Sarah West (author)

Mayor of Queanbeyan-Palerang Tim Overall buys the first badge of the 2019 Legacy Badge Week in the Queanbeyan-Palerang area from Able Seaman Morgan Foster. (photo: )

Mayor of Queanbeyan-Palerang Tim Overall buys the first badge of the 2019 Legacy Badge Week in the Queanbeyan-Palerang area from Able Seaman Morgan Foster.

Officers and sailors from HMAS Harman will be out in force from tomorrow selling Legacy bears and badges to raise funds to help the families of deceased and incapacitated veterans.

Buy a badge and help families like ours

Published on by LEUT Sarah West and LEUT Jessica Craig (author)

Lieutenant Jessica Craig with her son, and a photo of her late husband, Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Peter Craig. (photo: )

Lieutenant Jessica Craig with her son, and a photo of her late husband, Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Peter Craig.

Legacy Week is a national appeal to raise awareness and funds for the families of incapacitated or deceased Australian Defence Force veterans, and Navy officers and sailors will take to the streets, shopping centres and subway stations this week to peddle their wares in support of Legacy.

Blood Challenge accepted

This article has photo gallery Published on by Ms Peta Magorian (author), LSIS Richard Cordell (photographer), LSIS Kylie Jagiello (photographer)

Sailors and Officers gather with Red Cross staff and Red Cross mascot Billy the Blood Drop at HMAS Stirling to mark the launch of the 2019 Australian Red Cross Blood Service Defence Blood Challenge, Red25. (photo: LSIS Richard Cordell)

Sailors and Officers gather with Red Cross staff and Red Cross mascot Billy the Blood Drop at HMAS Stirling to mark the launch of the 2019 Australian Red Cross Blood Service Defence Blood Challenge, Red25.

Officers, sailors, civilian personnel and family members from HMAS Stirling have once again accepted the challenge to compete against the Army and Air Force to take part in the 2019 Australian Red Cross Blood Service Defence Blood Challenge. 

Australian War Memorial commemorates 105 years since the loss of AE1

Published on by Mr Josh Williams (author), CPO Cameron Martin (photographer)

Director General Submarines, Commodore Timothy Brown RAN, and Lieutenant Commander (Ret'd) Jim Smail with a photograph of Lieutenant Commander Smail's uncle, Petty Officer Robert Smail, who was lost when the submarine HMAS AE1 sank. (photo: CPO Cameron Martin)

Director General Submarines, Commodore Timothy Brown RAN, and Lieutenant Commander (Ret'd) Jim Smail with a photograph of Lieutenant Commander Smail's uncle, Petty Officer Robert Smail, who was lost when the submarine HMAS AE1 sank.

The Australian War Memorial hosted a solemn service last week to commemorate the 105th anniversary of the loss of 35 officers and sailors in HMAS AE1, Australia’s first submarine.

Sailors urged to embrace Sea Power

Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), LSIS Nina Fogliani (photographer)

File image: Reviewing Officer, Warrant Officer of the Navy, Warrant Officer Gary Wight, inspects graduating members of General Entry 355 Emms Division on the Recruit School Parade Ground, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria. (photo: LSIS Nina Fogliani)

File image: Reviewing Officer, Warrant Officer of the Navy, Warrant Officer Gary Wight, inspects graduating members of General Entry 355 Emms Division on the Recruit School Parade Ground, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.

Enlisted personnel will play a major role at Sea Power Conference for the first time, with a specific program developed to discuss the future of the modern sailor. Hosted by Warrant Officer of the Navy, Warrant Officer Gary Wight, the gathering will bring together sailors from across the service.

Runway run takes off at HMAS Albatross

This article has photo gallery Published on by LSIS Kayla Jackson (author), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer)

Participants of the ‘Tour the T’ begin the race at HMAS Albatross, Nowra. (photo: ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill)

Participants of the ‘Tour the T’ begin the race at HMAS Albatross, Nowra.

More than 200 Navy personnel and Shoalhaven community members have taken to ‘treading the tarmac’ in HMAS Albatross’ 10th annual ‘Tour the T’ to raise more than $1000 for the perpetual charitable fund, Keeping Watch.

HMAS Melbourne exercises Freedom of Entry one last time

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LSIS Kieran Dempsey (photographer)

The crew of HMAS Melbourne conduct a Freedom of Entry march into the City of Melbourne. (photo: LSIS Kieran Dempsey)

The crew of HMAS Melbourne conduct a Freedom of Entry march into the City of Melbourne.

The bonds between HMAS Melbourne (III) and her namesake city were reaffirmed today with the ship’s company exercising their Freedom of Entry for the final time before the ship decommissions later this year.

Parramatta given rite of passage

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LACW Jacqueline Forrester (photographer), SIG Robert Whitmore (photographer), PTE Rodrigo Villablanca (photographer), LAC John Solomon (photographer), LCPL Brodie Cross (photographer)

Royal Australian Navy officers from HMAS Parramatta march in front of a large turnout, during their Freedom of Entry parade down the main street of Parramatta, NSW. (photo: LACW Jacqueline Forrester)

Royal Australian Navy officers from HMAS Parramatta march in front of a large turnout, during their Freedom of Entry parade down the main street of Parramatta, NSW.

The ship’s company of HMAS Parramatta has reaffirmed the bonds between the ship and her namesake city by exercising their right to Freedom of Entry.

ADF rolls up its sleeves as Navy sets sights on most donations

This article has photo gallery Published on by Mr Josh Williams (author), CPL Julia Whitwell (photographer)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan receives an award for highest year-on-year donation growth for the 2018 Defence Blood Challenge, with a representative from the Red Cross (left) and Chief of Air Force Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld (right) at the 2019 Defence Blood Challenge Launch in Canberra on 5 September 2019. (photo: CPL Julia Whitwell)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan receives an award for highest year-on-year donation growth for the 2018 Defence Blood Challenge, with a representative from the Red Cross (left) and Chief of Air Force Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld (right) at the 2019 Defence Blood Challenge Launch in Canberra on 5 September 2019.

The 2019 Defence Blood Challenge has officially been launched at the Civic Plasma Donor Centre in Canberra, during which RAN also received two awards for its contribution to the 2018 Defence Blood Challenge.

Broken bottles: Stalwart set to sea in Spain

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NUSHIP Stalwart following the successful launch at a ceremony in Ferrol, Spain. (photo: CMDR Steve McCracken)

NUSHIP Stalwart following the successful launch at a ceremony in Ferrol, Spain.

The Royal Australian Navy is another step closer to welcoming its new fleet of Supply Class replenishment tankers into service, following the successful launch of NUSHIP Stalwart at a ceremony in Ferrol, Spain.