Published on February 21, 2018 by LCDR Don Hogarth (author and photographer), Mr Rob Gleeson (photographer)
Captain Charlie Stephenson presents the winning team from Coolum Surf Club a fully equipped surfboat and trailer at the Australian Surf Rowers League series event held at Elouera Beach.
For the tenth year, Team Navy continues its association with surf lifesaving as the naming rights sponsor of the 2017-18 Australian Surf Rowers League (ASRL) series.
Navy Headquarters South Australia Command Staff marching with the Marilyns at the Brighton Jetty Classic.
Navy has provided strong support at South Australia’s largest open water swim event as attendees enjoyed a fast and fun day in the sun.
Rear Admiral Brett Wolski and Leading Seaman Nick Magfas accept a $4500 cheque from Mr Kevin Assenheim and Mr Allen Palmer who are part of the End of Steam Era Reunion 2017 which was donated to Keeping Watch.
Navy's charity, Keeping Watch owes its very existence to the spirit and generosity of its donors and recently, Keeping Watch was the recipient of a generous donation from a group of ‘old and bold’ steamers.
President of the RAN Ski Club COMMBC, RADM Peter Laver accepts a Tour de Cure Thank You certificate from Tour de Cure rider CMDR Mike Hogan, RANR.
The Royal Australian Navy’s Thredbo Ski Lodge has recently hosted 34 Tour de Cure cancer charity cyclists in the Snowy Mountains and Jindabyne.
Lieutenant Commander David Kingdom (right) and Lieutenant David Janszen (left) help with the clean up effort which was conducted as part of the Keep Booderee Beautiful campaign launched by Parks Australia in December 2017.
The ship’s company of a Royal Australian Navy base south of Sydney have joined forces with the community to clean up a local national park and maintain its beauty.
Officers and sailors of HMAS Coonawarra show their support for White Ribbon.
Coonawarra recently joined the chorus of Australian Defence Force voices on White Ribbon Day calling for an end to violence against women.
Lieutenant Commander Amanda Dawe, Chief Petty Officer Amy Gale and Mrs Karren Braithwaite-Shannon (right) meet with volunteers at Westmead Children’s Hospital to deliver toys for sick children.
In the spirit of Christmas, members of Training Force Headquarters opted out of a Kris Kringle this year, providing toys for donation to Westmead Children’s hospital instead.
Jane Kearney, Leading Seaman James Whittle and Verena Bukovac are the three chaperones selected for the 2018 NT Government Anzac Spirit Study Tour.
The Northern Territory Government has recognised the integrity and leadership of a HMAS
Coonawarra sailor by selecting him as a chaperone on its 2018 Anzac Spirit Study Tour.
Petty Officer Naval Police Coxswain Scott Fox and Lieutenant Anthony Russell from HMAS Coonawarra stand outside the Larrakeyah Health Centre.
The quick actions, cool heads and training of an officer and a sailor from HMAS
Coonawarra have helped a seriously injured cyclist caught underneath a bus in Darwin recently.
Danielle Lam, Commander Matthew Royals and Able Seaman Aviation Technician Avionics Zara Fisk-Gibson with a cheque for $12,265 which is being donated to the Shepherd Centre.
A small contingent from 725 Squadron recently took great pleasure in presenting a cheque for $12,265 to their chosen charity.