Topic: Naval College
November 30, 2017 by Department of Defence (author), ABIS Steven Thomson (photographer)
The Passing out Parade marks the conclusion of the New Entry Officers' Course at HMAS Creswell. The day is the culmination of nineteen weeks of hard work and represents the completion of their non-specialist initial officer training. The new entry officers' are paraded as a guard on the Quarterdeck and marched past the Reviewing Officer in their ceremonial uniforms.
After five months of intensive training, Navy has graduated its newest group of officers from the Royal Australian Naval College, HMAS
Eleven junior Warfare Officers under training have embarked on HMAS Darwin for a journey that will take them through the full range of experiences they are likely to encounter on a warship at sea.
Darwin participates in Indo-Pacific Endeavour, she carries with her a group of the Navy’s future leaders.
Franklin III arrives at HMAS Creswell.
Navy has carried on a tradition that was started in 1915 by naming the latest Naval College sail training yacht
New Entry Officer Course (NEOC) 56 Midshipman Justin Csucsy after the NEOC graduation parade at HMAS Creswell.
The Shoalhaven region of New South Wales is the breeding ground for many Royal Australian Navy personnel due to two Navy bases being prominent fixtures, one of the latest recruits is St George’s Basin local, now, Midshipman Justin Csucsy.
Sub Lieutenant Mat Madden after his graduation as part of New Entry Officer Course 56.
A recent graduate of initial officer training at the Royal Australian Naval College was drawn to a Navy lifestyle to increase his engineering knowledge and work in high-end warfare.
Nursing Officer, Lieutenant Angus Thompson experiences life at sea in the sickbay of HMAS Anzac during Phase 4 of the Reserve Entry Officer Course.
Wollongong nurse Angus Thompson ditched his usual intensive care nursing uniform for a camouflage outfit last year, as he finalised his Navy Reserve Officer training onboard the Navy frigate, HMAS
Anzac on a trip across the top of Australia.
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
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.