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AUSINDEX sea phase underway

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Filiberto Hernandez (author), LSML-SO Joshua Matthews (photographer)

Commanding Officer HMAS Sirius, Commander Darren Grogan, CSM, RAN, presents Lieutenant Aravirnd Bhat of the Indian Navy with a Sirius cap. Lieutenant Bhat was embarked on Sirius as a liaison officer for the sea phase of AUSINDEX 15. (photo: LSML-S Joshua Matthews)

Commanding Officer HMAS Sirius, Commander Darren Grogan, CSM, RAN, presents Lieutenant Aravirnd Bhat of the Indian Navy with a Sirius cap. Lieutenant Bhat was embarked on Sirius as a liaison officer for the sea phase of AUSINDEX 15.

Australian and Indian ships sailed from Visakhapatnam, on the eastern coast of India, on 16 September undertake the first biennial maritime exercise between the two nations - AUSINDEX.

HMAS Arunta hosts the Indian Navy

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The High Commissioner to India, Mr Patrick Suckling addresses the guests at the Official Reception and Ceremonial Sunset held on board HMAS Arunta for AUSINDEX 2015. (photo: LSIS Bradley Darvill)

The High Commissioner to India, Mr Patrick Suckling addresses the guests at the Official Reception and Ceremonial Sunset held on board HMAS Arunta for AUSINDEX 2015.

HMAS Arunta has hosted both Indian and Australian dignitaries, plus naval personnel from both countries at an an official reception as part of AUSINDEX15.

A day on the green for Legacy

Published on by LEUT Kiz Burtenshaw (author), POIS Phil Cullinan (photographer)

Ship's company and defence civilians from HMAS Harman, conduct a charity golf day at Fairbairn Gold Club to raise much needed money for Queanbeyan Legacy. (photo: POIS Phil Cullinan)

Ship's company and defence civilians from HMAS Harman, conduct a charity golf day at Fairbairn Gold Club to raise much needed money for Queanbeyan Legacy.

HMAS Harman took to the green and hosted their fifth annual charity golf day on 11 September to raise much needed funds for the ship’s charity - Queanbeyan Legacy.

Students engineer success in Switzerland

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The student team from the Australian Maritime College in Tasmania, including two Navy Engineering Division-sponsored naval architecture scholarship students. (photo: Pierrick Contin)

The student team from the Australian Maritime College in Tasmania, including two Navy Engineering Division-sponsored naval architecture scholarship students.

A student team from the Australian Maritime College in Tasmania, including two Navy Engineering Division-sponsored naval architecture scholarship students, took out the prize for ‘best boat design’ at an international competition in Switzerland in July.

Navy 'Bridgers' commemorated

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Family members of Able Seaman Charles Shenke who died aged 19 on the 8th September 1915 and Chief Petty Officer Edward Charles Perkins, a senior sailor with the Bridging Train, who was killed on 6th September at the Australian War Memorial for the commemeration service. (photo: POIS Phil Cullinan)

Family members of Able Seaman Charles Shenke who died aged 19 on the 8th September 1915 and Chief Petty Officer Edward Charles Perkins, a senior sailor with the Bridging Train, who was killed on 6th September at the Australian War Memorial for the commemeration service.

On 8 September, a service was held at the Australian War Memorial for a little known but highly decorated Royal Australian Navy unit from the First World War.   The Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train was formed in Melbourne in March 1915, from naval reservists, for service as horse drawn bridging and engineering unit on the Western Front. 

Centenary of Anzac commemorated throughout NORTHERN TRIDENT 2015

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Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, and the Turkish Fleet Commander Vice Admiral Veysel Kosele, lay a wreath over the resting place of HMAS AE2, lost during World War One in the Sea of Marmara, during a commemorative service onboard HMAS Anzac. TSG Salihreis sits in the background. (photo: LSIS Paul McCallum)

Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, and the Turkish Fleet Commander Vice Admiral Veysel Kosele, lay a wreath over the resting place of HMAS AE2, lost during World War One in the Sea of Marmara, during a commemorative service onboard HMAS Anzac. TSG Salihreis sits in the background.

During their five month NORTHERN TRIDENT 2015 deployment, the crew of HMAS Anzac participated in more than a dozen commemorations, paying respects to members of the Royal Australian Navy and Australian Defence Force who died in the past century. 

Cerberus swimmers compete for title

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The men's 100 metre freestyle heat starts during the HMAS Cerberus Swimming Carnival held at the Cerberus Gymnasium Aquatic Centre, Victoria. (photo: LSIS Dove Smithett)

The men's 100 metre freestyle heat starts during the HMAS Cerberus Swimming Carnival held at the Cerberus Gymnasium Aquatic Centre, Victoria.

Sailors, soldiers and airmen and women competed in the HMAS Cerberus annual swimming carnival in early August.

Navy's own jet-sets for triathlon holy grail

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LEUT Natalie Davies after successfully completing the ITU World Triathlon Championship course in Chicago in personal best time. (photo: Unknown)

LEUT Natalie Davies after successfully completing the ITU World Triathlon Championship course in Chicago in personal best time.

One of Navy's aviators has flown through a previous personal best to finish 18th in her age group at the ITU World Triathlon Championships in Chicago.

Europe comes to Stirling

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Lieutenant Tom Williams looks for passing options during HMAS Stirling's Monthly Sporting Event 'European handball'. (photo: ABIS Chris Beerens)

Lieutenant Tom Williams looks for passing options during HMAS Stirling's Monthly Sporting Event 'European handball'.

On the hottest September day for 30 years HMAS Stirling hosted a game more associated with the cooling climes of Northern Europe.

Navy blitzes in the snow

Published on by LSIS Jayson Tufrey (author and photographer)

Royal Australian Navy sailor Able Seaman Marine Technician Julien Jais competes in the Ski Slalom event at the National and International Interservices Alpine Snow-sports Championships at Blue Cow ski resort, NSW. (photo: LSIS Jayson Tufrey)

Royal Australian Navy sailor Able Seaman Marine Technician Julien Jais competes in the Ski Slalom event at the National and International Interservices Alpine Snow-sports Championships at Blue Cow ski resort, NSW.

Navy’s women snowboarders led the way with a close to perfect performance at the interservice snowsports championships to help Navy take out the competition against a hungry Army side, and determined Air Force side who were defending their title.