Topic: HMAS Creswell
Published on November 11, 2017 by LEUT Andrew Ragless (author), CPOIS Damian Pawlenko (photographer)
Chief Petty Officer Tristan 'Banger' Harris with his walking buggy at HMAS Stirling.
Following six months on the road, 4358 kilometres, and nine pairs of joggers, Chief Petty Officer Medic Tristan Harris has successfully trekked across Australia.
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
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.
July 05, 2017 by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author), ABIS Chantell Brown (photographer), LSIS Helen Frank (photographer)
HMAS Canberra (I) veteran, Henry Hall, takes in the enormous scale of NUSHIP Canberra following the naming ceremony at Williamstown, VIC.
A retired Lieutenant Commander who left his mark on generations of Navy personnel has passed away at the age of 95.
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.
New Entry Officer Course (NEOC) 56 Midshipman Kris Sims after the NEOC graduation parade at HMAS Creswell.
For Midshipman Kris Sims, a career in the military was an easy decision, after hearing tales of his grandfather’s service in the Indonesian military.
Midshipman Grace Robson with her mum Terrie and her dad Chris following her graduation as part of New Entry Officer Course 56.
A love of the water inspired a Canberra local to buck a family trend of Air Force service and join the Navy instead.
Bronwyn Dzirins, Navy Canteens Creswell Canteen Supervisor and Jerry Lissing, Navy Canteens National Operations Manager.
The very first Navy Canteens ‘Excellence in Customer Service’ medallion has been presented to Bronwyn Dzirins, Canteen Supervisor at the HMAS
Creswell Canteen, at the Jervis Bay base.
June 15, 2017 by Department of Defence Media Release (author), ABIS Sarah Ebsworth (photographer)
New Entry Officers' Course 56 during their graduation at HMAS Creswell.
After five months of intensive training, Navy has graduated its newest cohort of officers from the Royal Australian Naval College, HMAS