Topic: HMAS Choules (L100)
January 23, 2018 by LEUT Andrew McDonald (author), LSIS Kayla Hayes (photographer), LSIS Jake Badior (photographer)
Leading Seaman Jesse Palmer marshals an Australian Army MRH90 helicopter onboard HMAS Choules during Operation QUEENSLAND ASSIST 2017.
Choules, together with Leading Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Jesse Palmer, achieved a significant milestone recently as both reached the milestone of 1,000 flight deck landings.
Six trainee Maritime Warfare Officers have taken part in a critical Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief mission in Vanuatu aboard HMAS Choules.
Within one year of joining the Royal Australian Navy, six officers have taken part in a critical humanitarian aid and disaster relief mission in Vanuatu.
An Australian Army Bushmaster is unloaded from HMAS Choules onto Port Marlborough in Picton, New Zealand, during Exercise Southern Katipo 2017.
Choules has delivered a combined force of 150 soldiers and marines from Australia and Tonga to New Zealand as part of Exercise SOUTHERN KATIPO.
Deputy High Commissioner to Vanuatu, Mrs Susan Ryle speaks with Matthew Clark from the Crisis Response Team of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade on the wharf at Luganville in Vanuatu as HMAS Huon prepares to dock in support of Operation Vanuatu Assist 2017.
The Australian Defence Force deployed humanitarian supplies in September to provide relief to communities displaced from Vanuatu’s Ambae Island with the island’s Manaro Volcano threatening to erupt.
HMAS Choules is seen alongside in Port Vila, Vanuatu during Operation Vanuatu Assist 2017.
Preparing for an exercise scenario in New Zealand quickly became a real life disaster relief effort for the ship’s company of HMAS
Choules as a result of an active volcano.
July 26, 2017 by MIDN Daniel Kay (author), Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Cameron McCulloch (photographer)
The Royal Australian Navy frigate helicopter HMAS Anzac (FFH 150) steams through the water as part of a large-scale amphibious assault during Talisman Saber 17.
With a potent mix of sophisticated sensors and human ingenuity, HMAS
Anzac has ‘protected’ a maritime advance force consisting of hydrographic ships, coastal mine hunters and clearance divers at Freshwater Beach in Central Queensland as part of Exercise TALISMAN SABRE.
Royal Australian Navy officers, Lieutenant Commander Marcello Quintieri (left) and Lieutenant Phil Faris on the pontoon at HMAS Moreton.
Navy vessels visiting Brisbane have had straightforward and simple access to services while they’re alongside, due to a small but effective team the nation’s smallest commissioned establishment.
Commanding Officer HMAS Choules, Commander Dave Graham, CSC, RAN, discusses the installation of the new Windows 10 upgraded operating system aboard HMAS Choules.
The Royal Australian Navy Fleet’s Information and Communication Technology systems are being improved as a result of successful trials onboard HMAS
Choules as part of modernising the Fleet Information Environment.
Published on June 17, 2017 by CPL Max Bree (author), WO2 Andrew Hetherington (author), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer)
HMAS Darwin, ESPS Cristobal Colon, HMAS Parramatta and HMAS Melbourne enter in line astern formation, in Sydney Harbour New South Wales, Australia.
Australian and US forces are gearing up for mid- to high-intensity warfare against ‘near-peer’ adversaries on the month-long Exercise TALISMAN SABRE, which begins at the end of June.
Canberra, Choules, Anzac, Toowoomba, Ballarat, Darwin, Melbourne, Success, Diamantina, Huon, Gascoyne and Melville will all take part.
An M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank embarked on HMAS Choules.
Choules added a new capability to the Australian Defence Force’s arsenal when they safely loaded and recovered Army’s heaviest vehicles onto the ship recently.