A Navy Seahawk and Squirrel conduct a flag flypast over Sydney Harbour to promote the International Fleet Review.
Two Royal Australian Navy helicopters gave Sydney's beach-goers their first taste of the International Fleet Review on the weekend, when they conducted a series of fly-overs in the city.
LCDR Watson (middle) is shown aboard by officers of INS Sahyadri, LCDR Pradeep Raja (left) and LCDR Santosh Kumar Mohanta (right).
Lieutenant Commander Jamie Watson has joined Indian warship INS
Sahyadri, commanded by Captain Sanjay Vatsayan, in Fremantle ahead of the International Fleet Review.
A Royal Australian Navy Seahawk helicopter flies with a large International Fleet Review flag in Sydney Harbour.
His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales will attend the Royal Australian Navy's International Fleet Review in Sydney next month.
(L-R) LCDR Gavin Dawe (XO NHQ Tas and skipper of Young Endeavour), Lara Giddings MP, Premier of Tasmania and CMDR Stacey Porter, CO NHQ Tasmania at the official launch of Tall Ships Hobart 2013.
Eight Sydney-bound tall ships, including our own
, docked in Hobart on Friday for the five-day Tall Ships Hobart 2013 Festival. Young Endeavour
Page 5 of the Sydney Morning Herald on 6 October 1913.
In 1913, in an age before camera-mounted helicopters and 24/7 media reporting, the Sydney Morning Herald reported on the 1913 Fleet Entry into Sydney Harbour on pages 5-6 of its October 6 edition, two days after the Fleet’s actual arrival.
September 20, 2013 by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author), ABIS Sarah Williams (photographer), ABIS Hayley Clarke (photographer)
Air Commodore Steve Moore, representing the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) shakes hands with Commander Australian Fleet, RADM Tim Barrett to signify the official handover of the TA-4 Skyhawk during the ceremony held at the Fleet Air Arm Museum.
A TA-4G Skyhawk fighter jet was formally presented to the Royal Australian Navy Fleet Air Arm Museum by the Royal New Zealand Air Force in a ceremony on 19th September.
The Royal Australian Navy's Indigenous Performance Group, made up of full-time serving members proudly display their heritage at Sailor's Beach, HMAS Creswell.
The Royal Australian Navy's new Indigenous Performance Group is preparing to make its debut at the International Fleet Review.
Stock photo: Malaysian Ship KD Jebat and HMAS Maryborough conducting Officer Of the Watch Manoeuvres during Exercise MASTEX 2008.
The Royal Australian Navy welcomed Malaysian warship, KD
Jebat into Darwin today, as the Navy’s International Fleet Review draws closer.
Published on September 11, 2013 by SBLT Kat Mulheron (author), CPOMUSN Danny Mulheron (photographer)
Thousands of visitors enjoyed the sunshine and the ships on display at the Tall Ships Festival in Melbourne.
Sailors from HMAS
Cerberus saw seagoing vessels in a very different light when they attended the 2013 Melbourne International Tall Ships Festival between 6-15 September.
CO NUSHIP Canberra, CAPT Jonathon Sadleir addresses a contingent of ship's company from SPS Cantabria, NUSHIP Canberra, members of the public and the Australian-Spanish community during a lecture series hosted by the Sydney Cervantes Institute.
A group of personnel from NUSHIP
Canberra have been treated to a lesson in Spanish exploration during a special lecture hosted by the Sydney Cervantes Institute.