Young Endeavour Community Day Sail.
Navy life can be fast-paced, but for one ship, it’s all about the journey.
Warrant Officer Combat Systems Manager Artie Lavender in the classroom with his Combat Systems Operator trainees at the School of Maritime Warfare, HMAS Stirling, Western Australia.
‘You’ll be wet, homesick and frightened but the pride of the fleet will be you’ – was a recruitment advertisement at the local cinema which lured a 17-year-old Townsville school boy to join the Navy.
July 16, 2017 by LEUT Will Singer (author), ABIS Richard Cordell (photographer), ABIS James McDougall (photographer)
Ships Warrant Officer Dale Young talks to students in the Defence Work Experience Program on the bridge of HMAS Sirius during a three day visit to HMAS Stirling.
When Australian students contemplate their future careers, many have had little hands-on experience with the choices available, so for a group of Western Australian youngsters, the chance to try Navy on for size was a very real decision-making tool.
Royal Australian Navy members joined students from the Claremont College Vocational, Education and Training ADF Program on a bushwalk up Mount Wellington in Hobart.
On 23 June three members from Navy Headquarters – Tasmania joined students from Claremont College on a bushwalk up Mount Wellington in Hobart.
Reviewing Officer, Director General Navy People Commodore Michele Miller, RAN, inspects graduating members of General Entry 351 Taylor Division on the Recruit School Parade Ground, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
The Royal Australian Navy is confronting workforce innovation head on, encouraging people to balance their work and home lives, by negotiating their own work routines.