Seaman Josh Leach (back row far left) stands next to Tim Dugan, CEO of the Chris O'Brien Foundation and to his right, Tony Lally CEO of SunSuper who sponsored the Sydney Ride to Conquer Cancer.
Over $10,000 was raised by three Navy personnel, who recently donned yellow jerseys and cycled 200 kilometres to raise money for the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.
Leading Seaman Josh O'Hanlon from NUSHIP Canberra stands high on the flight deck of Ocean Shield over looking the city. After three months of hard training, Josh prepares to fly to the United States to compete in the New York City Marathon.
Navy will cheer rowdily from afar for NUSHIP
Canberra’s LSBM Josh O’Hanlon when he tackles his first 42km marathon race at the New York Marathon on November 3.
Published on October 22, 2013 by LEUT Andrew Parnwell (author and photographer), SBLT Dionette Wilson (author)
HMAS Warramunga crew before the Mt Whaleback mining tour, Newman, WA.
Ten members of HMAS
Warramunga's ship's company were given the chance to explore the Pilbara Region, during a recent transit of the North West Shelf.
Fleet Air Safety Officer, Lieutenant Commander Natalee Johnston, sits high above historical Circular Quay after stepping off the edge of the 26th floor of Sydney's AMP Building to raise money for the Sir David Martin Foundation.
Navy aviators from the Fleet Air Arm observed a minute of silence on the top of the 26 storey AMP Building in Circular Quay on Friday, before gearing up and abseiling off the side for charity.
Leading Seaman Marine Technician David Gouge conducts crowd control on board HMAS Darwin, for the Fleet Base East Open Day during the International Fleet Review 2013.
Leading Seaman David Gouge played his part in the International Fleet Review (IFR) from October 3-10 in Sydney aboard HMAS
HMAS Ballarat Ship’s Company participate in the Mental Health Olympics during Mental Health Day.
“Health body, healthy mind” was the theme of this year’s Mental Health Day and the crew of HMAS
Ballarat took this theme seriously on 15 Oct 13.
The Queen's Medal for 2012 to be awarded to Lieutenant Michelle Rayner for her outstanding achievements and performance during the Supply Officer Application Course.
LEUT Michelle Rayner received Navy’s most prestigious Training Award – the Queen’s Gold Medal - at a presentation at HMAS
Waterhen on Thursday, 26 September.
Todd Sampson performs escape drills in the Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) facility at HMAS Albatross during filming for the documentary 'Redesign My Brain'.
Television personality Todd Sampson conducted Helicopter Underwater Evacuation Training (HUET) at HMAS Albatross in May this year as part of a documentary testing brain plasiticty.
Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Barrett and Chief of Staff Fleet Air Arm, Captain Don Dezentje (centre left and right) with the Navy's newest pilots, Sub Lieutenants Mark Green and Will Stow.
Chief of Staff of the Royal Australian Navy’s Fleet Air Arm, Captain Don Dezentje, welcomed the Navy’s newest pilots into the ranks of the Fleet Air Arm at a graduation ceremony held at 2 Flight Training School, at RAAF Pearce in Western Australia.
HMAS Huon's Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Meaghan Paton from Kempsey, NSW in Sydney for the International Fleet Review.
Giving Prince Harry three cheers from the deck of her warship during the International Fleet Review in Sydney Harbour was how one former St Paul’s College student from Kempsey put in her day on October 5.