Topic: HMAS Stirling

Work experience for future Navy women

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Mick Wheeler (author), ABMT Glenn Oliveiro (photographer), LSML-SC Ernesto Sanchez (photographer)

Students from the Defence Work Experience Program's Women in Navy Leadership Camp visit the Australian Clearance Diving Team Four at HMAS Stirling. (photo: LSML-SC Ernesto Sanchez)

Students from the Defence Work Experience Program's Women in Navy Leadership Camp visit the Australian Clearance Diving Team Four at HMAS Stirling.

Women in Navy Leadership was the focus of a three-day camp at HMAS Stirling as part of the Defence Work Experience Program.

Navy stress-tests basketball champions

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Will Singer (author), LSIS Brad Darvill (author)

The Perth Wildcats Basketball Team in front of the helicopter fire trainer at the School of Ship's Safety and Survivability during the team's visit to HMAS Stirling. (photo: LSIS Bradley Darvill)

The Perth Wildcats Basketball Team in front of the helicopter fire trainer at the School of Ship's Safety and Survivability during the team's visit to HMAS Stirling.

Like a crew of ‘buccaneers’, the blindfolded Perth Wildcats basketball team ‘walked the plank’ then navigated through hoops of a different kind during teamwork and leadership skills training - Navy’s way.

‘Birds of a feather’ share torpedo knowledge

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Gary McHugh (author), CPOIS Damian Pawlenko (photographer)

Director General Explosive Material, Commodore Simon Ottaviano, RAN, makes an opening address prior to the 'Welcome to Country' ceremony at the Torpedo Organisation United States, Canada, Australia, and Netherlands (TOUCAN) International Forum meeting in the HMAS Stirling Cinema, Western Australia.  (photo: CPOIS Damian Pawlenko)

Director General Explosive Material, Commodore Simon Ottaviano, RAN, makes an opening address prior to the 'Welcome to Country' ceremony at the Torpedo Organisation United States, Canada, Australia, and Netherlands (TOUCAN) International Forum meeting in the HMAS Stirling Cinema, Western Australia.

Some of the world’s foremost authorities for the MK48, MK46 and MK54 torpedo systems came together recently at HMAS Stirling in Western Australia.

Western Australian soccer is on the ball

This article has photo gallery Published on by LCDR Louisa Stodulka (author)

The Royal Australian Navy and Indian Navy on the field during a soccer game at the HMAS Stirling as part of Exercise AUSINDEX 2017.  (photo: LSIS Lee-Anne Cooper)

The Royal Australian Navy and Indian Navy on the field during a soccer game at the HMAS Stirling as part of Exercise AUSINDEX 2017.

The sport of soccer is currently undergoing a resurgence at Fleet Base West, in Rockingham, after a busy 18 month period that has seen the team based at HMAS Stirling creating a strong impression in the local competition as well as against visiting ship’s teams.

Aussie Romeo flies through 10,000

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Mitchell Laughlan (author), LS Eammon O'Brien (photographer), ABIS Sarah Williams (photographer), CPL Ben Dempster (photographer)

The Royal Australian Navy's MH-60R Romeo helicopter conducts functional testing of the newly fitted Airborne Low Frequency Sonar System (ALFS) off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida. (photo: LS Eammon O'Brien)

The Royal Australian Navy's MH-60R Romeo helicopter conducts functional testing of the newly fitted Airborne Low Frequency Sonar System (ALFS) off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida.

Navy's MH-60R Seahawk Romeo helicopters have passed the fleet milestone of 10,000 flying hours since the maturing capability began in December 2013 with 725 Squadron operating from Naval Air Station Jacksonville in the USA.