Topic: HMAS Sirius (A266)
Officers from HMAS Sirius improve their mariner skills at Port Ash Ship Handling Training and Research Centre, two hours north of Sydney.
Nine officers from HMAS
Sirius have attended a three-day course at Port Ash Ship Handling Training and Research Centre recently to improve their mariner skills.
HMAS Sirius passes the Sydney Opera House to commence her journey back to her home port in Western Australia.
The Royal Australian Navy’s replenishment capability is operating at capacity once again with HMAS
Sirius back in the brine after four months of maintenance at Captain Cook Graving Dock, Garden Island.
HMAS Sirius crew members take part in a fitness class that also combined baton training in the ultimate Battle Physical Training session.
A focus on fitness is paying dividends for HMAS Sirius with eight crew members chosen to represent the Royal Australian Navy in various sports, including lawn bowls and weightlifting.
Command of HMAS Sirius was formally handed to Commander Michael Oborn (left) from Commander Darren Grogan last month. The change of command ceremony took place in Sydney on completion of a busy period at sea and was marked by the formal exchange of a petrol nozzle - befitting command of the Navy's largest "seagoing servo".
Command of the Navy’s largest ‘seagoing service station’, HMAS
Sirius, was formally handed over from Commander Darren Grogan to Commander Michael Oborn last month.
January 17, 2016 by MIDN Jonathan Williams (author), LSML-S Joshua Matthews (photographer)
Sub Lieutenant Nicholas Asara, Midshipman Jon Williams, Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Support Operations and Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Jessica Gunning line the upper decks as HMAS Sirius prepares to come alongside Fleet Base West.
After deploying in August for South East Asia, HMAS
Sirius returned home to Fleet Base West on 13 December to the cheers of family and friends.