Petty Officer Naval Police Coxswain Michelle Cannon holds officer of the watch responsibilities onboard HMAS Wollongong at sea.
As the Navy Police Coxswain in the Armidale class patrol boat HMAS
Wollongong, Petty Officer Coxswain Michelle Cannon undertakes a wide range of duties essential to the daily life on board a Navy Ship.
Lieutenant Luke Deering takes a bearing of the sunrise using the pelorus onboard HMAS Wollongong.
Four trainee Maritime Warfare Officers embarked in HMAS
Wollongong are currently consolidating their ability to drive a warship as they undertake one of the sea phases of their training.
Personnel from 808 Squadron returned to HMAS Albatross after a period attached to HMAS Canberra which was deployment to OP FIJI ASSIST 2016 - the Australian Defence Force’s humanitarian assistance relief to Fiji in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Winston.
Personnel from 808 Squadron returned to HMAS
Albatross recently after a five-week deployment on Operation FIJI ASSIST. The aircrew, engineers and three MRH90 helicopters formed part of the Australian Defence Force’s humanitarian assistance relief to Fiji in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Winston.
Leading Seaman Communication and Information Systems David Siyver and Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Taylor Burgess on the bridge wing of HMAS Wollongong.
Australian and Indonesian mariners have fine-tuned their ability to communicate effectively during a recent exercise and cooperative maritime patrols.
HMAS Darwin sailor, Able Seaman Combat Systems Operator Emily McNeill, looks for aircraft contacts during exercises off the coast of New South Wales.
A Royal Australian Navy sailor from Goulburn, in the southern tablelands of New South Wales, is living her passion while deployed on counter-terrorism patrols with HMAS
While on deployment in Fiji, 808 SQN celebrates the 2000th deck landing onboard HMAS Canberra #OpFijiAssist #HMASCanberra
Army aviation took the glory for the 1,000th deck landing on HMAS
Canberra last year but when the 2,000th landing was reached, it was all Navy.
Royal Australian Navy Medics and Nurses from the Maritime Operational Health Unit and HMAS Canberra run a casualty drill onboard the ship during Operation Fiji Assist.
The Royal Australian Navy's Maritime Operational Health Unit has continued to fine-tune their emergency medical skills, conducting aero-medical evacuation training onboard HMAS
Canberra during Operation FIJI ASSIST 2016.
Royal Australian Navy Clearance Divers from Clearance Diving Team One and Four inspect a mooring buoy that came loose from its anchor point off Koro Island, Fiji.
Royal Australian Navy Clearance Diving Teams One and Four have recently conducted underwater repairs on an important mooring buoy, near Koro Island, Fiji.
March 30, 2016 by Department of Defence Media Release (author), POIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer), LSIS Helen Frank (photographer)
Royal Australian Navy crew of a landing craft prepare to enter the well deck of HMAS Canberra with a Mack truck, during the Operation Fiji Assist relief mission.
Canberra returns to Australia today following its successful maiden deployment to Fiji in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Winston.
March 31, 2016 by LTCOL Phil Pyke (author), FLTLT Kate Kennedy (photographer), CPL Mark Doran (photographer)
(L-R) Able Seaman Nicholas Johnson, Lieutenant Jake Wadsworth, Able Seaman Daniel Ulrich, Leading Seaman Calum Dawson, Able Seaman Troy Haydon, Able Seaman Taylor Reid, show their Bravo Zulu awards presented on 14th of March, 2016, in Muscat, Oman, following their patrol in the Middle East region aboard HMAS Darwin during Operation Manitou. A Bravo Zulu or BZ is a Navy signal meaning "job well done".
Darwin has completed a successful first patrol in the Middle East region, arriving into the Port of Muscat, Oman.