Topic: Ceremony and Traditions
Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Barrett and Chief of Staff Fleet Air Arm, Captain Don Dezentje (centre left and right) with the Navy's newest pilots, Sub Lieutenants Mark Green and Will Stow.
Chief of Staff of the Royal Australian Navy’s Fleet Air Arm, Captain Don Dezentje, welcomed the Navy’s newest pilots into the ranks of the Fleet Air Arm at a graduation ceremony held at 2 Flight Training School, at RAAF Pearce in Western Australia.
Captain Michele Miller, RAN, delivers the address at the Women's Royal Australian Naval Service (WRANS) Memorial Service at HMAS Harman on 19 October 2013.
The vital contribution women have made to the Navy was remembered at a recent Women’s Royal Australian Naval Service (WRANS) Memorial Service at HMAS
HMAS Coonawarra exercises their right to Freedom of Entry to the city of Darwin, providing the Darwin City Council representative their Freedom of City scroll.
Hundreds of Darwin residents turned out to welcome the Royal Australian Navy and the Royal Thai Navy as they exercised their right of Freedom of Entry to the city yesterday.
Published on October 11, 2013 by LEUT Emily Kennedy (author), LSIS Jo Dilorenzo (photographer), ABIS Cassie McBride (photographer)
(L-R) Reviewing Officer CDRE Michael Noonan, the Deputy Lord Mayor, Cr Paul Garrard, CO HMAS Parramatta (IV), CMDR Scott Cannell is given the key to the City of Parramatta by the Lord Mayor of Parramatta, Cr John Chedid after the Freedom of Entry march through
The City of Parramatta paid tribute to the service of men and women from all ships that have carried the Parramatta name in a wreath laying ceremony at the HMAS
Parramatta (I) memorial at Queens Wharf Park this week.
The HMAS Perth (I) memorial service onboard HMAS Ballarat (II) was administered by Ballarat’s chaplain, Chaplain Rendall Walker.
Ballarat held a moving memorial service to commemorate the crew of HMAS Perth (I) while passing through the Sunda Strait yesterday.
Australia's Federation Guard form a Royal Guard for the opening of the The Royal Queensland Show.
A team of 16 people from NUSHIP
Canberra augmented the Australia's Federation Guard (AFG) for two high profile activities last month.
Published on September 03, 2013 by LEUT Kelli Lunt (author), LSIS Paul McCallum (photographer), LSIS Dove Smithett (author)
Two Bell 429 helicopters from 723SQN and three Seahawk helicopters from 816SQN provided a fly past as the graduating recruits of General Entry 314 Shipp Division salute the Reviewing Officer for the Graduation Parade, RADM Tim Barrett, AM, CSC, RAN.
Family members of Noel Shipp, the namesake of the newest Division at Recruit School in HMAS
Cerberus, were guests of honour at the first graduation on 30 August 2013.
The Australian High Commissioner to the Solomon Islands, His Excellency Matt Anderson lays a wreath over the site where HMAS Canberra (I) was lost.
On 9 August, service personnel, Dignitaries and local expatriates gathered onboard the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force Maritime Vessel
Lata to commemorate the sinking of HMAS Canberra (I).
Commodore Fleet Air Arm, CDRE Vince Di Pietro CSC, RAN, inspects the graduating students (L-R) Leading Seaman Aircrewman Curtis Maxwell, Able Seaman Aircrewman Dean Kinna and Able Seaman Aircrewman Rhys Williams at their graduation.
After months of intensive training, three of the Navy’s newest aviators have earned their ‘wings.’
Kiama/Jamberoo Sub-Branch President, COL (Rtd) Ian Pullar presents POBM Mark Lamont, ABCIS Jim Economos, ABBM Michael Penfold, ABCIS Rhys Withers and ABBM Jody Mason with a certificate of appreciation for participation in the 2013 Anzac Day ceremony.
Albatross has extensive Anzac Day commitments throughout the Shoalhaven every year and in 2013, the base provided 25 catafalque parties and 250 personnel for services stretching from the coastal towns of Kiama to Ulladulla, and as far west as Holbrook.