Topic: HMAS Canberra (L02)

Cadets tour HMAS Darwin

This article has photo gallery Published on by RNZN Lieutenant Rowan Bagot (author), LSEW Nathan Streeter (photographer)

Australian Navy Cadets pose for a photo on the flight deck of HMAS Darwin, following a tour of the ship. (photo: LSEW Nathan Streeter)

Australian Navy Cadets pose for a photo on the flight deck of HMAS Darwin, following a tour of the ship.

More than 50 Australian Navy Cadets and staff experienced HMAS Darwin’s capability first hand when the group visited the warship alongside Garden Island, Sydney recently.

Navy on the Record Response to Andrew Greene reporting

This article has photo gallery Published on by Department of Defence (author), LSIS Paul McCallum (photographer), ABIS Tom Gibson (photographer), CPL Matthew Bickerton (photographer)

HMAS Choules sits at anchor off the coast of Darwin during Exercise Talisman Sabre 2015. (photo: ABIS Tom Gibson)

HMAS Choules sits at anchor off the coast of Darwin during Exercise Talisman Sabre 2015.

Recent reporting by the ABC that “Navy's largest ships unable to join Cyclone Debbie emergency response amid engine troubles” is misleading.

Working together no trial

This article has photo gallery Published on by LSIS Helen Frank (author and photographer)

Leading Seaman Aviation Support Benjamin King directs an Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter, ARH Tiger, as it takes off from HMAS Canberra's flight deck. (photo: LSIS Helen Frank)

Leading Seaman Aviation Support Benjamin King directs an Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter, ARH Tiger, as it takes off from HMAS Canberra's flight deck.

First of class flight trials onboard HMAS Canberra have truly been a tri-service affair with Army test pilots, Navy flight test engineers and Air Force technicians all working on the task.

Canberra sees the eye of the Tiger

Published on by LSIS Helen Frank (author and photographer)

Leading Seaman Aviation Support Gabriella Hayllar directs a Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter onto the deck of HMAS Canberra to conduct First of Class Flight Trials. (photo: LSIS Helen Frank)

Leading Seaman Aviation Support Gabriella Hayllar directs a Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter onto the deck of HMAS Canberra to conduct First of Class Flight Trials.

HMAS Canberra has achieved another aviation milestone embarking two Army Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopters for the first time.

Armoured vehicles put to the test on Canberra

This article has photo gallery Published on by LSIS Helen Frank (author)

A Rheinmetall Boxer combat reconnaissance vehicle prior to being loaded onto the heavy vehicle deck of the Royal Australian Navy amphibious ship HMAS Canberra during a series of trials at Fleet Base East in Sydney on 6 December 2016. (photo: LSIS Helen Frank)

A Rheinmetall Boxer combat reconnaissance vehicle prior to being loaded onto the heavy vehicle deck of the Royal Australian Navy amphibious ship HMAS Canberra during a series of trials at Fleet Base East in Sydney on 6 December 2016.

HMAS Canberra was introduced to the next generation of armoured fighting vehicles late last year, as part of Project Land 400 phase two trials.

Australia Day - a great Navy day!

This article has photo gallery Published on by Mr James McPherson (author), Mr James McPherson (photographer), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer), LSIS Helen Frank (photographer)

HMAS Leeuwin hosted the City of Port Adelaide Enfield Australia Day citizenship ceremony in Port Adelaide, welcoming new Aussies with Minister for Defence Industry the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, and Lieutenant Commander Adam Muckalt. (photo: Mr James McPherson)

HMAS Leeuwin hosted the City of Port Adelaide Enfield Australia Day citizenship ceremony in Port Adelaide, welcoming new Aussies with Minister for Defence Industry the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, and Lieutenant Commander Adam Muckalt.

Royal Australian Navy people spent time on Australia Day getting out into the community. From flag raising ceremonies to an Open Day, the Navy helped celebrate Australia and show how proud all Navy members are to protect Australia’s lifestyle and freedoms.

United for the common good

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Emily Hull (author), LSIS Sarah Williams (photographer)

Maritime Warfare Officers (L) Lieutenant (LEUT) Matthew Smith, RAN and (R) LEUT Melanie Kristensen, RAN, with 808 Squadron Pilot, LEUT Tammie-Lee Hunter and Lieutenant Commander Colin McLeod, RAN, in the Flying Control Office, HMAS Adelaide. (photo: LSIS Sarah Williams)

Maritime Warfare Officers (L) Lieutenant (LEUT) Matthew Smith, RAN and (R) LEUT Melanie Kristensen, RAN, with 808 Squadron Pilot, LEUT Tammie-Lee Hunter and Lieutenant Commander Colin McLeod, RAN, in the Flying Control Office, HMAS Adelaide.

The Royal Australian Navy’s largest vessels, HMA Ships Canberra and Adelaide, have presented opportunities to break down stereotypes within the Navy and between services as the platforms reflect true combined capability.

Operations in the Pacific reflect strategic change

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

Royal Australian Navy Maritime Surveillance Advisers (MSAs) and Technical Advisers (TAs) from across the Pacific came to Canberra for an annual five-day conference from November 21-25, 2016. (photo: SGT Dave Morley)

Royal Australian Navy Maritime Surveillance Advisers (MSAs) and Technical Advisers (TAs) from across the Pacific came to Canberra for an annual five-day conference from November 21-25, 2016.

Maritime Surveillance Advisers and Technical Advisers spread across 12 Pacific Island countries, in direct support of Australia’s Pacific Patrol Boat Program, converged on Canberra in late November for their annual conference.

Canberra helps celebrate centenary of service

Published on by Mr Stephen Henderson (author), Unknown (photographer)

RSL Centenary canvas bag and small medalions (photo: Unknown)

RSL Centenary canvas bag and small medalions

HMAS Canberra is putting her considerable weight behind the Returned and Services League of Australia as they celebrate their Centenary Year in 2016.

Being resilient a key focus for Navy members

Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), LSIS Helen Frank (photographer)

Able Seaman Marine Technician Madelaine Woolmer in the forward main engine room onboard HMAS Canberra.  (photo: LSIS Helen Frank)

Able Seaman Marine Technician Madelaine Woolmer in the forward main engine room onboard HMAS Canberra.

High tempo deployments can be difficult at times, but HMAS Canberra's Able Seaman Marine Technician Madeleine Woolmer is among a growing number of sailors who has found a new source of inspiration to improve their resilience.