Topic: HMAS Leeuwin (A245)
SMNML-SC Tahleah Woods, MIDN Jordy Humphrey, LEUT Simon Wolski, MIDN Sam Bayagau, SMNHSO Mitchell Gardner and ABHSO Josh Kocinski on Panuwaiyayapuna Island prior to returning to HMAS Leeuwin following the tidal camp.
Six Navy members attached to HS Red, currently embarked in HMAS
Leeuwin, were recently deployed to an uninhabited island to erect and maintain a tidal and boat camp as part of the ship's survey deployment to Papua New Guinea.
ABHSO Houley and SMNHSO Ford prepare tide guages while CMDR Zillman and LEUT Pointe-Destre provides a tour to COL Siale Diro, Chief of Force Preparation PNGDF, CMDR Willie Galia, CO HMPNGS Basilisk and Mr Fred Siroi from the National Maritime Safety Authority.
Leeuwin arrived in Port Moresby, in late October for a five week surveying task to chart waters in the eastern part of Papua New Guinea.
Members of HMAS Leeuwin's ship's company and the Republic of Fiji Navy Hydrographic service look at the 1876 fathom chart of Rotuma Island during a survey planning meeting onboard Leeuwin.
The first Royal Australian Navy ship to visit Fiji since 2006 has completed a six day port visit to Suva.
Governor General Her Excellency the Honourable Quentin Bryce, AC, CVO inspects the Royal Australian Navy Guard at the commencement of the Ceremonial Fleet Review at Fleet Base East, New South Wales.
In a day to remember for those in and out of uniform, the Royal Australian Navy’s past, present and future was feted on Sydney Harbour.
A merchant sailor jumps from the sinking merchant ship Tycoon while a Royal Australian Navy RHIB crew manoeuvres to retrieve him from the water. Image republished with permission of Australian Federal Police.
An Australian Transport Safety Bureau report has found that two Navy crews displayed ‘professionalism and skill’ while saving merchant sailors from the sea at Christmas Island in 2012.
Published on September 09, 2013 by LEUT Andrew Herring (author), ABIS Richard Cordell (photographer)
The eight NRL Final's Captains with (from right) Chief of Navy, VADM Ray Griggs; Commander Australian Fleet, RADM Tim Barrett; CEO of NRL Mr Dave Smith; and CO HMAS Leeuwin LCDR Wendy Stewart on the flight deck of HMAS Leeuwin.
The National Rugby League and Royal Australian Navy have joined forces to launch the 2013 Telstra Premiership Finals Series and the International Fleet Review smart phone app and open day ticket sales.
Lieutenant (LEUT) Reece Osborne pilots HMAS Leeuwin under the watchful eye of Navigation Officer, LEUT Scott Benstead (binoculars) and Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Commander Neil Cheverton.
Officers from the first Bridge Sim graduating class have found success on Hydrographic Ships since arriving at their first ship posting with Bridge Warfare Certificate in hand.