The crew of HMAS Waller had the unique opportunity to show their family members what they do when they go to sea on a recent sea ride from HMAS Stirling at Rockingham to the Port of Fremantle.
Royal Australian Navy recruitment posters plastered on walls in 1969 said ‘join the Navy, see the world’, and it delivered in spades for a country teenager excited to face the next step of his life.
A former civil construction labourer’s career has evolved from reconstructing roads to identifying hostile or friendly ships over the horizon.
The Deputy Engineering Officer in HMAS Sirius has been awarded the Admiral Nelson Sword of Excellence for displaying qualities of outstanding seagoing leadership.
The retirement of the S-70B-2, colloquially known as the Bravo, on 1 December was an emotional day for at least four men, over two generations, of the Craig family.
The data gathered from a survey of more than 4,600 Defence families will be used to better inform personnel policy for Navy people.
One Navy Seaman is on track to a stellar career already, crediting his early success to a strong work ethic, ambition and curiosity.
Being professional and enhancing the reputation of his ship and that of the Royal Australian Navy, is the personal philosophy of Able Seaman Maritime Logistics Support Operations Lyndon Ballard.
Published on by Warrant Officer - Navy Gary Wight (author), LSIS Nina Fogliani (photographer)
As 2017 quickly draws to a close, here’s a message from Navy’s most senior sailor, Warrant Officer of the Navy Gary Wight.
Defence has formally recognised a Navy Reservist that ‘punches above her weight’ while sharing in the pride of giving something back to Australia.