On Tuesday 10th December around 10 pm (Western Australian time), a civilian contractor suffered minor injuries while conducting scheduled maintenance in a battery compartment aboard HMAS Waller.
The Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs has confirmed his strong stance against unacceptable behaviour in his latest update on the allegations relating to HMAS Ballarat.
For the first time in over 20 years, Navy personnel used the School of Air Traffic Control at East Sale for training purposes.
A Training Working Group has been formed between the Royal Australian Navy’s Training Force Headquarters and the University of Tasmania - Australian Maritime College.
While making the transit home to Fleet Base West, having supported the Australian Defence Force units participating in Exercise BERSAMA LIMA in Asia, the ship’s company of HMAS Sirius celebrated the promotion of their Commanding Officer to Captain.
Chaplains made history on Sunday, November 24, when two church parades were held for the first time in HMAS Tobruk.
Cold weather gear, check. Survey equipment, check. Nine metre survey launch built specifically for hydrographic survey duties in Antarctica, check.
The Defence Materiel Organisation reached a significant milestone overnight when it took delivery of the first two of 24 MH‑60R Seahawk Romeo maritime combat helicopters from the United States Navy.
A BBC Television crew visited HMAS Paluma in April to film a segment for the series Coast Australia. The segment will air next Monday on Foxtel’s History Channel.
Some very talented Royal Australian Navy sailors showcased their extreme technical skills at the 2013 Navy Engineering Challenge finals at Garden Island, Sydney this week.