Topic: HMAS Cerberus
April 06, 2018 by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LSIS Nina Fogliani (photographer), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer)
General Entry 359 Shipp Division celebrate the completion of their Graduation Ceremony held at Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
One hundred and twenty nine proud people from around Australia marked the first major milestone in their naval careers last week as they graduated from the Royal Australian Navy’s Recruit School.
Graduating class of Marine Technician Course 352 at HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
Eight sailors have become the Navy’s newest qualified Marine Technicians (MTs) following a year of recruit and employment training.
Commanding Officer HMAS Cerberus Captain Tim Standen, RAN, CSC, (right) hands over the duty of Senior Naval Officer Victoria to Commodore Greg Yorke, RAN.
Commodore Greg Yorke has assumed the role Senior Naval Officer Victoria (SNO-VIC), accepting responsibilities from Commanding Officer of HMAS
Cerberus Captain Tim Standen.
Organisers and sponsors of the White Ribbon Golf Day at Cerberus Golf Club, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
Senior sailors at HMAS
Cerberus have raised more than $5,000 for White Ribbon Australia during the annual Warrant Officer and Senior Sailors Mess charity golf day, supporting a nationwide campaign to prevent violence against women.
Naval Police Coxswains Leading Seaman Adam Kong and Leading Seaman Rebecca Surman from HMAS Cerberus took part in Operation ADIONA, a joint roadside safety initiative in partnership with officers from Victoria Police.
A team of Naval Police Coxswains have combined forces with officers of the Victoria Police to carry out a road safety operation at HMAS
HMAS Cerberus Commanding Officer Captain Tim Standen, RAN, CSC lays a wreath in front of a new plaque dedicated to the Royal Australian Navy Bridging Train at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne.
One of the Royal Australian Navy’s most unusual units - the last to leave the Gallipoli Peninsula - has been recognised during a small service in Melbourne.
Transit Security Element 88 (TSE88) at HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
More than 50 sailors and soldiers have joined Operation RESOLUTE following intensive Transit Security Element (TSE) training at HMAS
The reviewing Officer for the Graduation Parade, Commodore Training Commodore Justin Jones, CSC, RAN with graduates from General Entry 358 Emms Division who are also ex-cadets from Waratah Flotilla, NSW. Recruits (L-R) Bethany East, Ashley Buurveld, Caroline Greene and Lachlan Meuron.
Bonds forged in the Navy cadets have led four sailors into full-time careers after graduating from the Royal Australian Navy Recruit course.
Chaplain David Underhill (left) is presented with the Australia Day Medallion from Commanding Officer HMAS Cerberus, Captain Tim Standen, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to developing and rolling out the Living Well program at HMAS Cerberus.
A Navy Chaplain has been awarded the Australia Day Medallion in recognition of his outstanding contribution to development and execution of the Living Well program at HMAS
Commander Luke Ryan hands the sword of the first Recruit School Commanding Officer to his successor, Commander Andrew Hough.
Commander Andrew Hough has assumed command of the Royal Australian Navy’s Recruit School at HMAS
Cerberus — often dubbed ‘the cradle of the Navy’ — succeeding Commander Luke Ryan.