Topic: HMAS Newcastle (F06)
Published on September 13, 2018 by SBLT Shafiqah Shariffali (author), Courtesy ABBM Jack Nona (photographer)
AB Thomas Ketchell (in uniform second from left), and AB Jack Nona with their families at Thursday Island.
The morning of Monday 29 August was an experience to remember for three of HMAS
Newcastle’s junior sailors.
September 08, 2018 by LEUT James McPherson (author), LSIS James McDougall (photographer)
HMAS Newcastle leads Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy ship Huangshan, and Republic of Singapore Navy ships RSS Valiant and RSS Vigour, during officer of the watch manoeuvres as part of Exercise Kakadu 2018.
The sea phase of Exercise Kakadu has shifted up a gear, with coalition ships beginning a series of challenging and complex manoeuvres off the coast of the Northern Territory.
Seven Novocastrian members of HMAS Newcastle during a port visit to her namesake city.
The boom of a seven-gun salute was a welcoming sound for
the ship’s company of HMAS Newcastle as she returned to her namesake city for a port visit.
3D-printed replacement hinges on a compartment locker onboard HMAS Newcastle.
In a significant contribution to the Chief of Navy’s ‘Challenge and Innovate’ statement, Deployed Innovation Workshops have been established onboard HMA Ships
Hobart, Warramunga and Newcastle.
(L-R) Royal Australian Navy Guided Missile Frigate HMAS Newcastle exercises with the Jean d'Arc Task Group of French Naval Ships Dixmude and Surcouf in waters to the north of Australia recently.
When more than 25,000 tonnes of steel in the shape of three warships exercise in close proximity to each other, it is an impressive example of each crew's warfighting and seamanship skills. That display occurred when HMAS
Newcastle trained with French Navy Ships Dixmude and Surcouf off the coast of Darwin recently.
HMAS Newcastle's Dental Team, Lieutenant Max Banayar and Able Seaman Dental Laura Rudken, tend to a patient, Able Seaman Lachlan Stevenson, while on transit to HMAS Stirling, Western Australia.
Faced with a number of changes to the ship’s program and to ensure that personnel are fit to fight, HMAS
Newcastle has explored alternate options of how to address Individual Readiness shortfalls. Thinking out of the box has allowed a problem to become a challenge and from there, solutions were developed.
Commanding Officer HMAS Newcastle, Commander Anita Sellick CSM, RAN, presents a cheque for $15,400 to the Newcastle Senior School. The money was raised by Newcastle's crew during their Operation MANITOU deployment in 2017.
The crew of HMAS
Newcastle have conducted a fundraiser with a difference to support a local school that shares a strong affiliation with the ship.
Published on February 03, 2018 by LEUT Robert McRae (author), WO Jason McGraw (author), Unknown (photographer)
Commander Mark Sirois, outgoing Commanding Officer of HMAS Newcastle, departs the ship for the final time in command.
Adelaide Class Guided Missile Frigate HMAS
Newcastle is under new command after farewelling Commander Mark Sirois and welcoming Commander Anita Sellick.
December 03, 2017 by Department of Defence (author), ABML-SC Craig Walton (photographer)
Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Support Operations Monique Van Der Kolk disembarks HMAS Newcastle at Sydney's Garden Island after six months away in the Middle East Region.
Newcastle has returned to her home port of Fleet Base East, Garden Island, Sydney, following a six month deployment to the Middle East region.
Medical Officer Lieutenant Holly Murphy stands in the sickbay of HMAS Newcastle whilst on Operation Manitou in the Middle East region.
With a ship’s company of 230, HMAS
Newcastle’s small medical team of three health care professionals has been kept busy while recently deployed in the Middle East.