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Celebrity chef visits HMAS Stirling Main Galley

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Herb Faust with the poached chicken and daikon rice noodle roll he created in the HMAS Stirling Main Galley with the help of Able Seaman Chef Brady Russell (left) and Able Seaman Chef Ryan Zahra (right), and other members of the Stirling Hospitality and Catering Department. (photo: )

Herb Faust with the poached chicken and daikon rice noodle roll he created in the HMAS Stirling Main Galley with the help of Able Seaman Chef Brady Russell (left) and Able Seaman Chef Ryan Zahra (right), and other members of the Stirling Hospitality and Catering Department.

Mr Herb Faust – celebrity chef and winner of the 2010 Iron Chef Australia Challenge – visited the HMAS Stirling Main Galley on 27 June 2013.

Chanaya Resek-Takai - Prince of Wales Island, Torres Strait

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Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Chanaya Resek-Takai is currently serving in the Anzac class frigate HMAS Stuart. (photo: CPOIS David Connolly)

Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Chanaya Resek-Takai is currently serving in the Anzac class frigate HMAS Stuart.

Despite the surprise of a cold Melbourne day on her first day as a new recruit, Chanaya Resek-Takai of Prince of Wales Island in the Torres Strait, has never regretted her decision to join the Royal Australian Navy.

CPO Damian Pawlenko awarded Humanitarian Medal

Published on by ABIS Jesse Rhynard (photographer)

The Commanding Officer HMAS Kuttabul, Commander Todd Willson RAN, presents Chief Petty Officer Imagery Specialist Damian Pawlenko with the Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal during the Commanding Officer's Monthly Morning Tea in the Junior Sailors Cafe, HMAS Kuttabul. (photo: ABIS Jesse Rhynard)

The Commanding Officer HMAS Kuttabul, Commander Todd Willson RAN, presents Chief Petty Officer Imagery Specialist Damian Pawlenko with the Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal during the Commanding Officer's Monthly Morning Tea in the Junior Sailors Cafe, HMAS Kuttabul.

CPO Damian Pawlenko was awarded with a Humanitarian Medal during the Commanding Officer’s Monthly Morning Tea at HMAS Kuttabul last week for recognition of his efforts during Operation PAKISTAN ASSIST II.

A show not to be missed

Published on by Royal Australian Navy (author), LSIS Sarah Williams (photographer)

Officer in Charge of Fleet Logistical Support Element, Lieutenant Commander Steven Reynolds RAN, shows his support for the International Fleet Review.  (photo: ABIS Sarah Williams )

Officer in Charge of Fleet Logistical Support Element, Lieutenant Commander Steven Reynolds RAN, shows his support for the International Fleet Review.

LCDR Steven Reynolds, a Maritime Logistics Officer from HMAS Waterhen is looking forward to the International Fleet Review (IFR) in October this year following his fond memories of the Bicentennial Naval Salute and 75th Anniversary.

NHQ Tasmania cements Navy’s relationship with surf lifesaving

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Daryl Peebles (author and photographer)

Navy personnel and Clifton Beach Surf Lifesaving Club members after a hard day’s painting. (photo: Daryl Peebles)

Navy personnel and Clifton Beach Surf Lifesaving Club members after a hard day’s painting.

Nine personnel from Navy Headquarters Tasmania (including the National Domestic Engagement team and some energetic family members) donned their overalls and ‘working clothes’ on Saturday 20 July 2013 to help the local Clifton Beach Surf Lifesaving Club.

NUSQN725 provides community support to deployed US military personnel

Published on by LS Chris Hodgkinson (author and photographer)

(Left to right) Leading Seaman Aircrew (LSA) Eammon O'Brien, LSA Chris Hodgkinson, Able Seaman Mark Goodwin and LS Scott Roper lend a hand boxing care packages destined for deployed US military troops, in Jacksonville, USA.

 (photo: LSA Chris Hodgkinson)

(Left to right) Leading Seaman Aircrew (LSA) Eammon O'Brien, LSA Chris Hodgkinson, Able Seaman Mark Goodwin and LS Scott Roper lend a hand boxing care packages destined for deployed US military troops, in Jacksonville, USA.

More than 7500 US military men and women serving overseas will be receiving a care package thanks to the efforts of several hundred Jacksonville and five members from the Royal Australian Navy's New Squadron 725 (NUSQN 275), currently deployed to the USA for accelerated training on the Navy's new maritime combat helicopter - the MH-60R.

Indigenous Student Defence Work Experience Program visits HMAS Kuttabul

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Indigenous students from Western NSW and Naval staff visit HMAS Parramatta as part of a work placement programme. (photo: ABIS Richard Cordell)

Indigenous students from Western NSW and Naval staff visit HMAS Parramatta as part of a work placement programme.

Sixteen students from rural and remote areas of NSW were treated to a week of activities showcasing Defence careers as part of the Indigenous Student Defence Work Experience Program conducted from July 14-19.

Navy sailor to run in New York Marathon as Heart Foundation Ambassador

Published on by SBLT Bianca Wise (author)

Leading Seaman Josh O’Hanlon is raising funds for the Heart Foundation by taking part in the 2013 New York Marathon. (photo: Unknown)

Leading Seaman Josh O’Hanlon is raising funds for the Heart Foundation by taking part in the 2013 New York Marathon.

Leading Seaman Josh O’Hanlon is raising funds for the Heart Foundation while he raises his heart rate in preparation for the 2013 ING New York Marathon.

NAIDOC Week at Jervis Bay

This article has photo gallery Published on by LCDR Chloe Wootten (author), MIDN Matthew Rae (author), MIDN Gabrielle Anastasio (photographer), MIDN Jennifer Hall (photographer)

Lieutenant Nat Davies conducts a safety brief as Executive Officer HMAS Creswell Commander Tish van Stralen looks on. (photo: MIDN Gabrielle Anastasio)

Lieutenant Nat Davies conducts a safety brief as Executive Officer HMAS Creswell Commander Tish van Stralen looks on.

Children from Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community, Jervis Bay, had a surprise from aloft this week when a Squirrel helicopter from 723 Squadron (HMAS Albatross) and personnel from HMAS Creswell dropped in for a visit.

Indigenous Pre Recruitment Course (IPRC) visits HMAS Albatross

This article has photo gallery Published on by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author), ABIS Alan Lancaster (photographer)

Members of NUSQN 808 and the ADF Indigenous Pre Recruitment Course members and staff at NUSQN 808, HMAS Albatross, NSW. (photo: ABIS Alan Lancaster)

Members of NUSQN 808 and the ADF Indigenous Pre Recruitment Course members and staff at NUSQN 808, HMAS Albatross, NSW.

The Indigenous Pre Recruitment Course (IPRC) recently visited HMAS Albatross as part of its program to introduce participants to the wide range of career choices available in the ADF.