Australian and Spanish Navy Chefs come together with chef Jarrad Powell and apprentice Noah De Souza from Rustico Tapas and Bar in Rockingham, for a small master-class run by Rustico Tapas and Bar in the galley onboard ESPS Cristobal Colon.
The arrival at Fleet Base West of the Spanish Armada’s ESPS
Christobal Colon to participate in Exercise OCEAN EXPLORER 2017 has provided an ideal opportunity for the showcasing of two great Spanish loves - football and food.
Able Seaman Aviation Technician Avionics Nicole Otte and Leading Seaman Aviation Technician Avionics Adam Kohler from 723 Squadron working on their team's aviation challenge during the 2016 Engineering Challenge Competition held at HMAS Cerberus in Victoria.
Leading Seaman Aviation Technician Avionics Adam Kohler has been named the HMAS
Albatross Sailor of the Year for 2016.
Leading Seaman Francis Emms, heroically fought back during the attack on Darwin harbour.
While Australians paused to commemorate the Bombing of Darwin recently, there was a particular Australian Navy sailor whose actions on 19 February 1942 were keenly remembered.
After a 20 year career in the APS; of which 17 years was at Training Authority-Aviation, Mrs Frances Johnson has decided to retire from the Australian Public Service.
The bustling reception area at Training Authority Aviation headquarters will not be the same without the very familiar face of office-mainstay Mrs Frances Johnson.
Mr Robert Pitman with Dechaineux’s Commanding Officer, Commander Daniel Sutherland, RAN, during a recent visit to the submarine.
Descending the ladder into a submarine was no trouble for Royal Navy veteran, 92-year old Robert Pitman, when the spritely nonagenarian visited HMAS
Dechaineux alongside her home port in Western Australia recently.
(From left to right) Lieutenant Colonel Donna Fanning (Ministry of Defence Gender Advisor) and Captain Stacey Porter (Senior Gender Advisor) meet with Brigadier Ian Rigden (Chief Mentor Afghan National Army Officer Academy) during a visit to ANAOA.
Ensuring a future for women in the workplace in Afghanistan comes with challenges one Navy officer is aiming to meet.
The new Commanding Officer of HMAS Dechaineux, CMDR Daniel Sutherland, RAN, stands with his wife Rita, father LCDR David Sutherland, and brother CHAP James Sutherland, after a command supersession on HMAS Dechaineux at Fleet Base West.
They say Navy is like one big family but when it comes to three people in the west it’s more a case of a family within a family.
(L-R) CPL Chris May, MAJGEN Mark Kelly (Retd) of the Repatriation Commission, Commander Joint Health and Surgeon General of the Australian Defence Force, AVM Tracy Smart, Chair of Phoenix Australia Centre for Post-traumatic Mental Health, Michael Strong, and the Minister for Veterans' Affairs and Defence Personnel, Dan Tehan, at the launch of the Rapid Exposure Supporting Trauma Recovery trial in Melbourne on the 3rd of February, 2017.
The Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service celebrated its 35th birthday on 29 January this year – one of many support services available to serving and former serving Defence personnel.
Able Seaman Communication Information Systems Robert Griffiths at the flag bin on board HMAS Darwin.
Formerly a store manager of a fast food restaurant, 29-year old Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Robert Griffiths is well versed in community relations.
Lieutenant Bill Mikhail is presented a plaque by United States Navy Commander Clark Childers during a presentation.
In December last year, Australian Navy Lieutenant Nabil Mikhail graduated as a Flight Test Engineer from the United Kingdom’s Empire Test Pilot School in Boscombe Down.