Topic: Training

Career change is the pits for Able Seaman

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LEUT Ben Willee (author), LCDR Don Hogarth (photographer)

Able Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Tenae Drummond with the Pro Drive race car in Townsville. (photo: LCDR Don Hogarth)

Able Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Tenae Drummond with the Pro Drive race car in Townsville.

The Royal Australian Navy has taken Able Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Tenae Drummond across the world.

Navy coaching program hones skills

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Will Singer (author), ABIS Richard Cordell (photographer)

Chief Petty Officer Marine Technician John Bywater from the Anzac Ship's Program Office, in front of Anzac-class frigate HMAS Stuart, at Fleet Base West, Western Australia. (photo: ABIS Richard Cordell)

Chief Petty Officer Marine Technician John Bywater from the Anzac Ship's Program Office, in front of Anzac-class frigate HMAS Stuart, at Fleet Base West, Western Australia.

The Navy turned on the gas for a youngster’s interest in welding and metal work that sparked into so much more.

New course meets Resolution 1325 demand

Published on by CPL Bill Solomou (author), Jay Cronan (photographer)

Chief of Joint Operations Royal Australian Navy Vice Admiral David Johnston presents Royal Australian Navy  Lieutenant Commander Lisa Steel with an Operational Gender Advisor Course completion certificate. (photo: Jay Cronan)

Chief of Joint Operations Royal Australian Navy Vice Admiral David Johnston presents Royal Australian Navy Lieutenant Commander Lisa Steel with an Operational Gender Advisor Course completion certificate.

For the first time in the Southern Hemisphere, an Australian Defence Force operational gender adviser course was conducted by Headquarters Joint Operations Command at the Peace Keeping Operational Training Centre at the Australian Defence Force Academy in June.

Warfighting stocks strengthened

Published on by SBLT Brendan Taylor (author), ABIS Chantell Brown (photographer)

(Front R-L) Head of Command Navigation and Littoral Warfare, CMDR Darron Rowe, Head Navy Capability RADM Jonathan Mead, and Director Training Authority Maritime Warfare, CAPT Craig Powell, with graduates. (photo: ABIS Chantell Brown)

(Front R-L) Head of Command Navigation and Littoral Warfare, CMDR Darron Rowe, Head Navy Capability RADM Jonathan Mead, and Director Training Authority Maritime Warfare, CAPT Craig Powell, with graduates.

Thirty-six maritime warfare officers were recently awarded their Bridge Warfare Certificates after graduating from Junior Warfare Application Course 63 in a ceremony held at HMAS Watson in Sydney.

Surveying his options after 52 years

This article has photo gallery Published on by CPL Mark Doran (author and photographer)

Royal Australian Navy Commander Alan Regan (left), of the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, and his wife Juleia are presented a retirement gift by Head Joint Systems Division, Rear Admiral Tony Dalton, at Russell Offices in Canberra on 22 July, 2017. (photo: CPL Mark Doran)

Royal Australian Navy Commander Alan Regan (left), of the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, and his wife Juleia are presented a retirement gift by Head Joint Systems Division, Rear Admiral Tony Dalton, at Russell Offices in Canberra on 22 July, 2017.

One naval officer has recently called stumps on a remarkable career, spanning more than half a century.

Delivering capability through innovation

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Rilana Ostheim (author), LEUT Will Singer (author), CPOIS Damian Pawlenko (photographer)

Helicopter/Ship Integration Officer, Lieutenant Commander Garry Williams, from the ANZAC Systems Program Office, on HMAS Stuart at Fleet Base West, Western Australia. (photo: CPOIS Damian Pawlenko)

Helicopter/Ship Integration Officer, Lieutenant Commander Garry Williams, from the ANZAC Systems Program Office, on HMAS Stuart at Fleet Base West, Western Australia.

A passion for aircraft modelling and traditional values shaped a flight path into a career that influences the future horizon of Navy aviation.

Naval aviation gains graduate group

This article has photo gallery Published on by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author)

The Aviation Support graduates at the School of Aviation Training. (photo: Unknown)

The Aviation Support graduates at the School of Aviation Training.

Navy has a larger pool of skills and talent for aviation operations after 22 sailors graduated from the School of Aviation Training at HMAS Albatross in Nowra, New South Wales.

Aviation warfare training hits new heights

Published on by CPL Mark Doran (author), LSIS Justin Brown (photographer)

Aviation Warfare Training Officer Lieutenant Commander Jeffery Choat, RAN, of the Joint Helicopter School eagerly awaits the school's first trainees at HMAS Albatross. (photo: LSIS Justin Brown)

Aviation Warfare Training Officer Lieutenant Commander Jeffery Choat, RAN, of the Joint Helicopter School eagerly awaits the school's first trainees at HMAS Albatross.

Training at the Australian Defence Force’s new Joint Helicopter School, at HMAS Albatross in Nowra, New South Wales is set to transform the way Australian military aviators prepare for operational helicopter conversion.

Standing up for safety and seaworthiness

This article has photo gallery Published on by CMDR Graeme Hale (author), ABML-SC Craig Walton (photographer)

Navy's Training Force, Training Authority - Safety and Seaworthiness team (from left) Lieutenant Gregory Pope, Commander Graeme Hale and Lieutenant Commander Michael Larsen. (photo: ABML-SC Craig Walton)

Navy's Training Force, Training Authority - Safety and Seaworthiness team (from left) Lieutenant Gregory Pope, Commander Graeme Hale and Lieutenant Commander Michael Larsen.

The Royal Australian Navy has recently established a new Training Authority in order to oversee the critical areas of safety and seaworthiness.

Cristóbal Colón heads home

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Andrew Ragless (author), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer), LSIS Bradley Darvill (photographer), ABIS Richard Cordell (photographer)

The crew of ESPS Cristobal Colon of the Spanish Armada stand on the flight deck as their ship enters Sydney Harbour, New South Wales, Australia. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

The crew of ESPS Cristobal Colon of the Spanish Armada stand on the flight deck as their ship enters Sydney Harbour, New South Wales, Australia.

Following a successful four months on the Australia Station, the Spanish Armada’s ESPS Cristóbal Colón will spend her final days off the east coast of Australia before commencing a 13,000 mile journey home on 19 June.