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Navy helps develop new approach to women in conflict

Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), Unknown (photographer)

Attendees at the workshop hosted by the Australian Civil-Military Centre  consider the practical and ethical implications of women’s involvement in conflicts. (photo: Unknown)

Attendees at the workshop hosted by the Australian Civil-Military Centre consider the practical and ethical implications of women’s involvement in conflicts.

The Royal Australian Navy is helping to re-shape Australia’s approach to managing conflicts of all kinds, joining a special workshop held recently in Canberra. The role of women in conflict has become a key focus for Australian Defence Force planners, as they seek out ways to win over communities on the front line.

 

75th Anniversary of the sinking of HMAS Armidale

This article has photo gallery Published on by Department of Defence (author), LSIS Kayla Hayes (photographer)

Members of naval cadet unit TS Armidale stand shoulder to shoulder with crew members of Darwin-based patrol boat HMAS Armidale (II) for the 75th anniversary commemorations of the sinking of HMAS Armidale (I) in the township of Armidale. (photo: LSIS Kayla Hayes)

Members of naval cadet unit TS Armidale stand shoulder to shoulder with crew members of Darwin-based patrol boat HMAS Armidale (II) for the 75th anniversary commemorations of the sinking of HMAS Armidale (I) in the township of Armidale.

On the 75th anniversary of the final action of HMAS Armidale (I), the Royal Australian Navy has again paused to mark the loss of 100 servicemen.

Straight shooter is top gun yet again

Published on by CPL Sebastian Beurich (author), Unknown (photographer)

Chief Petty Officer Aircraft Technical Airframes Steve Atkins, right, accepts his award as High Gun (overall top shot) of the ADF Clay Target Association Interservice Carnival.

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Chief Petty Officer Aircraft Technical Airframes Steve Atkins, right, accepts his award as High Gun (overall top shot) of the ADF Clay Target Association Interservice Carnival.

Navy’s Chief Petty Officer Aviation Technician Aircraft Steven Atkins walked away from the Australian Defence Force Clay Target Association Interservice Carnival as the overall top shot for the sixth time in seven years.

 

Navy Tiger Sharks play it cool

Published on by FLTLT Eamon Hamilton (author)

LAC Samantha Smith, playing for Navy, takes on an Army player during the ADFIHA tournament in Newcastle.

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LAC Samantha Smith, playing for Navy, takes on an Army player during the ADFIHA tournament in Newcastle.

Navy gave their Army colleagues a tough fight, but the Army Knights clinched their third consecutive title in the recent Australian Defence Force Ice Hockey Association tournament.

 

Navy netballers New Zealand bound

Published on by LEUT Will Singer (author), LSIS Bradley Darvill (photographer)

(L to R) Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Chef Kristie Bryden and Able Seaman Communication Information Systems Stacy Creamer from HMAS Stirling have been selected to play for the Australian Defence Force team in a netball competition held in New Zealand, 2018.  (photo: LSIS Bradley Darvill)

(L to R) Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Chef Kristie Bryden and Able Seaman Communication Information Systems Stacy Creamer from HMAS Stirling have been selected to play for the Australian Defence Force team in a netball competition held in New Zealand, 2018.

Navy sent a signal to the selectors when two HMAS Stirling-based sailors represented Western Australia in the recent Australian Defence Force Netball Championships held in Darwin.

 

Second destroyer enters sea trials

Published on by Department of Defence (author), AWD Alliance (photographer)

The second Air Warfare Destroyer 'Brisbane' heads out for its first phase of sea trials. (photo: AWD Alliance)

The second Air Warfare Destroyer 'Brisbane' heads out for its first phase of sea trials.

The second Hobart class destroyer, NUSHIP Brisbane, has commenced her first phase of sea trials, which will test the ship’s hull, propulsion and navigation systems.

Darwin sails into Sydney Harbour for final time

Published on by LEUT Ben Willee (author), AB Tara Byrne (photographer)

HMAS Darwin flies her decommissioning pennant as she sails toward Fleet Base East for the final time as a commissioned ship. (photo: Able Seaman Tara Byrne)

HMAS Darwin flies her decommissioning pennant as she sails toward Fleet Base East for the final time as a commissioned ship.

Twelve former Commanding Officers have sailed onboard Royal Australian Navy frigate HMAS Darwin today as she transited through Sydney Heads into her home port for the last time. 

 

Historic helicopter captured for Memorial

Published on by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author and photographer)

Leading Seaman Daniel Crowe, Chief Petty Officer Michael Bryan, Warrant Officer Brian Pashley, Ms Stephanie Boyle, Mr Ian Parrott, Lieutenant Caleb Muggeridge and Lieutenant Commander Damien Liberale with the Australian Navy's S-70B-2 Seahawk helicopter fondly known as 'Christine'. (photo: Dallas McMaugh)

Leading Seaman Daniel Crowe, Chief Petty Officer Michael Bryan, Warrant Officer Brian Pashley, Ms Stephanie Boyle, Mr Ian Parrott, Lieutenant Caleb Muggeridge and Lieutenant Commander Damien Liberale with the Australian Navy's S-70B-2 Seahawk helicopter fondly known as 'Christine'.

With the retirement of the Australian Navy’s Seahawk Bravo S-70B-2 helicopter from service scheduled for 1 December, aircraft 872 (fondly known as ‘Christine’) will be taking up a new home at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

 

Rapid start for Navy engineers

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A group of future Navy engineers who are at various stages in their studies from Naval Officer Year One through to the final year of their engineering degrees have spent a few days in the new Fleet Base East Centre for Innovation, rapid prototyping and 3D printing their way to a thrilling career start. (photo: Unknown)

A group of future Navy engineers who are at various stages in their studies from Naval Officer Year One through to the final year of their engineering degrees have spent a few days in the new Fleet Base East Centre for Innovation, rapid prototyping and 3D printing their way to a thrilling career start.

A group of future Navy engineers have had the opportunity to spend a few days in the Navy’s Centre for Innovation, rapid prototyping and 3D printing their way to a thrilling career start.

 

Offshore Patrol Vessel announced

Published on by Mr Pup Elliott (author)

An Offshore Patrol Vessel, designed by Lürssen. (photo: Unknown)

An Offshore Patrol Vessel, designed by Lürssen.

The much awaited announcement for the replacement to the current Armidale Class patrol boats was announced by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at Russell Offices in Canberra today.