Topic: HMAS Creswell
Commander Higineo Neves, Chief of Naval Component Timor-Leste, promotes Midshipman Jacinto Do Nascimento to Sub Lieutenant, during his officer training at HMAS Creswell.
The latest New Entry Officers’ Course (NEOC) at HMAS
Creswell has a very special trainee, one paving the way for his nation and Navy.
Soaked through from completing a flood stopping exercise are (back L-R) LS Simone Van Dam, LS Ian Weeden, PO Andrew Armstrong and AB Krystopher Haynes (front, L-R) AB Craig Smith, Adam Gilchrist, AB Daniel Stubbs and PO Nickolas Skow.
Creswell hosts over 200 visiting groups a year, but a recent arrival generated more than passing interest from ship’s company.
MIDN Robert McRae, SBLT Denis Oshaliee, MIDN Michael Benjamin and SBLT Phillip Qin of Jervis Division, NEOC 49, at the Noah’s Challenge in Nowra.
Officer training is an adventure for some, but not often do trainees get to participate in an adventure race during course.
Commanding Officer HMAS Creswell, Captain Brett Chandler reads the citation for the Creswell Team Spirit Award for the 2nd quarter of 2013 which was awarded to the HMAS Creswell Physical Training Staff.
Recognition of the efforts of Navy people is a priority at HMAS
Creswell and a recent ‘clear lower deck’ provided an excellent opportunity to congratulate some members of ship’s company on their work.
August 07, 2013 by SBLT Joshua Armstrong (author and photographer), LEUT Andrew Callander (photographer)
Lieutenant Commander Steve Delo observes members of New Entry Officers’ Course (NEOC) 49 as they undertake a teamwork activity as part of Exercise DARDANELLES.
Ninety-nine years to the day since the declaration of the First World War, New Entry Officers’ Course (NEOC) 49 undertook a series of practical leadership and teamwork exercises modelled on the experiences of one of the first Royal Australian Navy submarine crews.
Captains Michael Spruce and Brett Chandler discuss training methods with Commodore Dhiren Vig of the Indian Navy at HMAS Creswell.
Members of the Indian Navy visited the Royal Australian Navy's Officer Training establishment, HMAS
Creswell, last week, to compare the training practices of the two navies.
The old Royal Australian College Bell, returned back to HMAS Creswell and placed in the museum on base.
Creswell recently hosted a meeting of the Shoalhaven Museums and Galleries group.
August 31, 2013 by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author), LSIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer), ABIS Sarah Williams (photographer)
HMAS Albatross and HMAS Creswell sailors march through the main street of Nowra during their Freedom of Entry parade.
One thousand officers and sailors from the Royal Australian Navy establishments HMAS
Creswell and HMAS Albatross marched through the streets of Nowra today, exercising their ‘Freedom of Entry’ into the city.
Leading Seaman Physical Training Instructor Justin Bailey directs Phillip, Jervis and Flinders Divisions of New Entry Officers’ Course 49 during the Pixley Cup.
One week in the Navy culminated in victory for the members of Jervis Division, New Entry Officers’ Course (NEOC) 49, as the team snatched the honours in the historic Pixley Cup.
NEOC 48 trainees push off from Captains Beach while undertaking leadership evolutions as part of exercise Matapan.
Leadership training at the Royal Australian Naval College has been given an overhaul in the past year, delivering scenario-based training that now reflects a work-up in the Fleet.