Topic: HMAS Creswell
December 02, 2016 by LEUT Alan Trent (author), LSIS Justin Brown (photographer), ABIS Sarah Ebsworth (photographer)
New Entry Officers Course 55 present arms during their Graduation ceremony at HMAS Creswell.
Nineteen weeks since walking through the gates of HMAS
Creswell to start initial training, 85 officers have graduated into the Royal Australian Navy.
Nursing Officer Lieutenant Delaney O'Donohoe observes a smalls arms trade test conducted on the flight deck of HMAS Anzac, Lieutenant Delaney O'Donohoe is on Phase 4 of her Reserve Entry Officer Course.
Adelaide intensive care nurse and Navy Reserve Nursing Officer, Delaney O’Donahoe, recently escaped the cool southern weather to finalise her officer training onboard helicopter frigate, HMAS
From left, Midshipmen Kosbi Koyati, from PNG Navy, and Thomas Icke, RAN compare notes on chart work aboard Her Majesty's Papua New Guinean Ship (HMPNGS) Moresby, during Exercise Kakadu 2016.
Two Midshipmen, one from Australia and one from Papua New Guinea, discovered they have a lot in common during Exercise KAKADU.
New Entry Officer Course (NEOC) 53 march past as part of the passing out parade, HMAS Creswell.
After nineteen weeks of intensive training, seventy-nine Naval Officers from New Entry Officers' Course 53 graduated from the Royal Australian Naval College at HMAS
Mrs Joan Webber wife of Peter Webber with Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Timothy Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, at the official opening of The old Clock Tower Gymnasium, HMAS Creswell.
Mrs Webber's late husband's wish was to donate his Collection of 12 model sailing ships, which covers 400 years of sailing history, to teh base to be displayed.
Mr Peter Webber passed away in 2005.
To any naval officer that went through initial training at the Royal Australian Naval College at HMAS
Creswell, the Clocktower Gymnasium is iconic.
State Emergency Service and Police members attending to a casualty during Operation HERCULES.
Creswell was flooded with emergency services personnel for all the right reasons recently. The base on the New South Wales south coast hosted Operation HERCULES, a bi-annual multi-agency training exercise.
Sub Lieutenant Thomas Mackenzie shows Midshipman Ryan Lake of New Entry Officers Course 53 around the bridge of HMAS Choules.
HMAS Choules is used to accommodating over 300 embarked forces, but recently she embarked a different kind of force.
(3rd left) Mr Ray Burt, a volunteer at the Albatross Fleet Air Arm Museum, provides a tour to five visiting Indonesian Navy officer cadets, here on an exchange program.
A group of Indonesian cadets has had a true Australian experience during a two-week visit to Australia recently.
Soaked through from completing a flood stopping exercise are (back L-R) LS Simone Van Dam, LS Ian Weeden, PO Andrew Armstrong and AB Krystopher Haynes (front, L-R) AB Craig Smith, Adam Gilchrist, AB Daniel Stubbs and PO Nickolas Skow.
Creswell hosts over 200 visiting groups a year, but a recent arrival generated more than passing interest from ship’s company.
MIDN Robert McRae, SBLT Denis Oshaliee, MIDN Michael Benjamin and SBLT Phillip Qin of Jervis Division, NEOC 49, at the Noah’s Challenge in Nowra.
Officer training is an adventure for some, but not often do trainees get to participate in an adventure race during course.