Topic: Surfing

Moreton embraces resilience development

Published on by ABML-P Caitlyn Motum (author), Unknown (photographer)

Members from HMAS Moreton enjoy a breather after a hike through Kondalilla National Park in south east Queensland. (photo: Unknown)

Members from HMAS Moreton enjoy a breather after a hike through Kondalilla National Park in south east Queensland.

Team building and resilience was the theme for Navy members from HMAS Moreton and surrounding outstations as they recently participated in a range of outdoor activities.

 

Talented surfers on board

This article has photo gallery Published on by WO2 Martin Fisher (author), SGT Dave Morley (author), Jacqueline LLanos (LOVE CAPTURE PASSION) (photographer)

The Australian Defence Force surfers came out the victors, taking home the trophy with the highest overall points tally and firsts in every individual event and the teams’ category at the inaugural Defence International Surf Festival. (photo: Jacqueline LLanos)

The Australian Defence Force surfers came out the victors, taking home the trophy with the highest overall points tally and firsts in every individual event and the teams’ category at the inaugural Defence International Surf Festival.

Some of the Australian Defence Force’s best surfers took on, and defeated British Army and Royal Air Force surfing teams at the inaugural Defence International Surf Festival on in early May.

Wave of success for Navy surfers and paddlers

This article has photo gallery Published on by SGT Dave Morley (author), LSIS Justin Brown (photographer)

Chief Petty Officer Physical Training Instructor Roger Roy during the long board heats at the 2017 Australian Defence Force Surfing Championships. (photo: LSIS Justin Brown)

Chief Petty Officer Physical Training Instructor Roger Roy during the long board heats at the 2017 Australian Defence Force Surfing Championships.

Although conditions were far from ideal for the Interservice Surfing Championships held at Ulladulla at the end of March, Navy surfers performed exceptionally well.