Naval Police Coxswains Leading Seaman Neil Herron and Petty Officer Renee Young maintain security at the Garden Island ferry terminal during the International Fleet Review.
While thousands of sailors were out sightseeing and enjoying Sydney, a dedicated team of Naval Police Coxswains (NPC) were working around the clock to safeguard the safety and security of Garden Island and visiting ships sailors.
Indian sailors on INS Sahyadri Petty Officer Uttam Kushwaha, Lieutenant Pramendra Yadav and Leading Seaman Sunil Rana in Sydney for the International Fleet Review.
"Visiting Sydney is one of my dreams come true,” said PO Uttam Kushwaha, a gun maintainer in INS
Sahyadri, the Indian Navy’s newest ship.
Bristish sailors from HMS Daring Petty Officer Roy Fenwick, Lieutenant Alex Tuckwood, and Leading Seaman Katherine Marsh in Sydney during the International Fleet Review.
One ship that travelled the furthest to attend IFR was also one of the newest.
A saxophone quintet from the RAN Band's Adelaide Detachment make an entertaining change on the morning ferry between Circular Quay and Manly in the lead up to the IFR.
Sydney Harbour ferry passengers were surprised and entertained by the smooth sound of a saxophone as they stepped aboard during the IFR.
A ceremonial 21 gun salute from HMAS Sydney as she passes Bradley's Head is responded by the Garden Island Saluting Battery.
When a fleet of modern warships, boasting the very latest in missiles and equipment, entered Sydney Harbour on October 3, they were saluted by a battery of guns more than 100 years old.
Thousands of Sydneysiders flock to see HMS Daring (pictured), HMAS Parramatta and USS Chosin during the warship open day at Barangaroo.
Despite Vice-Regal attendance, spectacular pyrotechnics displays and a Prince, the highlight for many visitors to the International Fleet Review was getting up close and personal with the technology of a modern Navy.
HMAS Sydney leads HMA Ships Darwin, Perth, Parramatta, Bundaberg, Gascoyne, Diamantina and Huon into Sydney Harbour for the International Fleet Review 2013.
From the 100 cadets cheering ships at Fort Denison right up to Governor-General Quentin Bryce aboard HMAS
Leeuwin, the Ceremonial Fleet Review lived up to all expectations.
WWII sailor Mr John Smith with his grandson Able Seaman Clearance Diver Rowan King at Fleet Base East, Sydeny during the International Fleet Review.
A former HMAS
Shepparton (I) veteran went back to Garden Island for the first time since WWII on October 4 with his grandson who he’d influenced to join the Navy.
Lieutenant Erikson Peter, Chief Petty Officer Sirel James and Able Seaman Electronics Technician Gary Ioanis of Micronesia Police Maritime Wing in Sydney for the International Fleet Review.
Among the dozens of warships, big and small, gracing Sydney Harbour during IFR, there was one crewed by policemen rather than sailors.
WWII sailors from HMAS Perth (I) Lieutenant Gavin Campbell, 92, of Denistone, NSW; Able Seaman Frank McGovern, 94, of North Randwick, NSW; and Able Seaman David Manning, 90 of Mount Helen, Vic.
Survivors of HMAS
Perth (I) went to sea again yesterday to observe IFR warships in Sydney Harbour.