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Navy personnel take a walk for White Ribbon

Published on by LEUT Sarah West and POIS Paul Berry (author), POIS Paul Berry (photographer)

Navy walkers prepare to step off for the inaugural ADF White Ribbon Bridge to Bridge Run/Walk in Canberra.
(Front left to right) Commander Henry Finnis and Warrant Officer (WO) Dale Young.
(Rear from left) Petty Officer Bryan Clifford, WO Greg Whyte, Mr Andrew Florance, Chief Petty Officer (CPO) John Belford and CPO Ron Pritchard. (photo: Petty Officer Paul Berry)

Navy walkers prepare to step off for the inaugural ADF White Ribbon Bridge to Bridge Run/Walk in Canberra. (Front left to right) Commander Henry Finnis and Warrant Officer (WO) Dale Young. (Rear from left) Petty Officer Bryan Clifford, WO Greg Whyte, Mr Andrew Florance, Chief Petty Officer (CPO) John Belford and CPO Ron Pritchard.

Navy personnel joined forces with their Army, Air Force and Defence Civilian colleagues yesterday, to take the White Ribbon message to the Canberra community. 

Chief of Army inspects Navy’s future

Published on by LCDR Chloe Wootten (author), ABIS Chantell Bianchi (photographer)

Chief of Army, Lieutenant General David Morrison, AO, inspects the graduating officers of New Entry Officers' Course 49 during their Passing Out Parade held at HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay. (photo: ABIS Bianchi)

Chief of Army, Lieutenant General David Morrison, AO, inspects the graduating officers of New Entry Officers' Course 49 during their Passing Out Parade held at HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay.

The 49th New Entry Officers’ Course has graduated from the Royal Australian Naval College, at HMAS Creswell.

Royal Australian Navy says goodbye to Captain Howard Furness

Published on by Ms Eliza Bavin (author)

Commander Australian Fleet (COMAUSFLT) RADM Tim Barrett shakes hands with Chief Staff Officer Regulation and Safety CAPT Howard Furness at the Maritime Safety Bureau launch. (photo: NIU-East 3)

Commander Australian Fleet (COMAUSFLT) RADM Tim Barrett shakes hands with Chief Staff Officer Regulation and Safety CAPT Howard Furness at the Maritime Safety Bureau launch.

Captain Howard Furness will be retiring from the Navy this year, leaving behind very large shoes to fill, as well as decades worth of knowledge and memories.

HMAS Albatross embraces White Ribbon movement

Published on by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author), Mr Adam Wright (photographer)

Sue Davies, Coordinator YWCA Nowra Domestic Violence Intervention Services pins a White Ribbon on Commander Mat Bradley, Executive Officer HMAS Albatross. (photo: Mr Adam Wright)

Sue Davies, Coordinator YWCA Nowra Domestic Violence Intervention Services pins a White Ribbon on Commander Mat Bradley, Executive Officer HMAS Albatross.

This week, Sue Davies and Louise Williams from the YWCA Domestic Violence Intervention Service program were guest speakers at a morning tea held at HMAS Albatross in support of White Ribbon Day and the campaign to stop violence against women.

NHQ Tasmania embraces the White Ribbon message on White Ribbon Day

Published on by LEUT Daryl Peebles (author and photographer)

Brigadier John Withers discusses general ethical behaviours with those attending the White Ribbon Day presentations at Anglesea Barracks in Hobart.       (photo: LEUT Daryl Peebles)

Brigadier John Withers discusses general ethical behaviours with those attending the White Ribbon Day presentations at Anglesea Barracks in Hobart.

Navy Headquarters Tasmania took the lead in organising a presentation and morning tea to help raise awareness about White Ribbon Day and its significance to Australian Defence Force personnel serving at Anglesea Barracks in Hobart.

Nursing Officer helps Hornsby storm victims

Published on by Ms Eliza Bavin (author), LAC Oliver Carter (photographer)

Lieutenant Stephanie Castree, a Nursing Officer onboard HMAS Choules, takes the blood pressure of a patient in the ship's sickbay. (photo: LAC Oliver Carter)

Lieutenant Stephanie Castree, a Nursing Officer onboard HMAS Choules, takes the blood pressure of a patient in the ship's sickbay.

Nursing Officer, Lieutenant Stephanie Castree clinical placement saw her as part of the frontline response to the mini-tornado, which ripped through the Hornsby area of Sydney, New South Wales.

Bundaberg boy is proud to serve

Published on by LEUT Andrew Ragless (author), ABIS Jayson Tufrey (photographer)

Seaman Electronics Warfare sailor Shane Gorman closed up in the Operations Room of HMAS Melbourne while on patrol in the Middle East Area of Operations. (photo: ABIS Jayson Tufrey)

Seaman Electronics Warfare sailor Shane Gorman closed up in the Operations Room of HMAS Melbourne while on patrol in the Middle East Area of Operations.

The call of the sea and the opportunity to serve his country has lured Shane Gorman away from his family home in Queensland’s Wide Bay and to the Middle East, where he is a sailor serving in the Navy warship HMAS Melbourne.

Leaving behind a historical legacy

Published on by Ms Eliza Bavin (author), LSIS Jo Dilorenzo (photographer)

Commander Shane Moore on Sydney Harbour for Australia Day, 2008. (photo: Unknown)

Commander Shane Moore on Sydney Harbour for Australia Day, 2008.

After 31 years serving the people of Australia in the Royal Australian Navy, Commander Shane Moore will retire in December.

New COMNORCOM takes the helm

Published on by SBLT Bianca Wise (author), LSIS Jo Dilorenzo (photographer)

Newly appointed Commander Northern Command, Commodore Brenton Smyth (left) with outgoing Commander Northern Command, Air Commodore (AIRCDRE) Ken Watson observes the flag ceremony, during the hand over parade at Headquarters Northern Command Darwin. (photo: LSIS Jo Dilorenzo)

Newly appointed Commander Northern Command, Commodore Brenton Smyth (left) with outgoing Commander Northern Command, Air Commodore (AIRCDRE) Ken Watson observes the flag ceremony, during the hand over parade at Headquarters Northern Command Darwin.

Air Commodore Ken Watson has handed the position of Commander Northern Command to Commodore Brenton Smyth, during an official handover ceremony in Darwin.

Navy congratulates officer named Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year

This article has photo gallery Published on by Ms Eliza Bavin (author), LSIS Paul McCallum (photographer)

The 2012 Young Business Woman of the Year Chandra Clements presents Lieutenant Commander Kelly Haywood with her certificate for the National Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year 2013. (photo: LSIS Paul McCallum)

The 2012 Young Business Woman of the Year Chandra Clements presents Lieutenant Commander Kelly Haywood with her certificate for the National Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year 2013.

The professional and personal achievements of Lieutenant Commander Kelly Haywood were recognised overnight, with Telstra announcing her as their Young Business Woman of the Year at the National Awards Gala Dinner presentation in Melbourne.