Topic: Fleet Base East

Tickets now available for ship tour for charity

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Some of the Ship's Company of HMAS Canberra, NSW Police and Firefighters come together at the Kids in Need 'Worlds Largest Open House' launch event at Fleet Base East, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

Some of the Ship's Company of HMAS Canberra, NSW Police and Firefighters come together at the Kids in Need 'Worlds Largest Open House' launch event at Fleet Base East, Sydney.

Members of the public will have the opportunity to tour a Royal Australian Navy warship while raising money for charity this month.

Cristobal Colon arrives in Sydney

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ESPS Christobal Colon of the Spanish Amarda arrives in Sydney Harbour. The crew of ESPS Christobal Colon will be helping to train and familiarise crew's of Australia's Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers. (photo: LSIS Brenton Freind)

ESPS Christobal Colon of the Spanish Amarda arrives in Sydney Harbour. The crew of ESPS Christobal Colon will be helping to train and familiarise crew's of Australia's Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers.

HMA Ships DarwinMelbourne and Parramatta have escorted the Spanish Armada's Cristobal Colon into Sydney Harbour as part of her role in providing platform and familiarisation training to Australian personnel.

Fleet's support capability gets Sirius boost

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HMAS Sirius passes the Sydney Opera House to commence her journey back to her home port in Western Australia. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

HMAS Sirius passes the Sydney Opera House to commence her journey back to her home port in Western Australia.

The Royal Australian Navy’s replenishment capability is operating at capacity once again with HMAS Sirius back in the brine after four months of maintenance at Captain Cook Graving Dock, Garden Island.

Classes prove a hit for Navy

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The first Brazilian Jiu Jitsu class held at HMAS Kuttabul, with instructor Ash Noble (front, middle). (photo: LSPTI Zac Stanley)

The first Brazilian Jiu Jitsu class held at HMAS Kuttabul, with instructor Ash Noble (front, middle).

The recent acceptance of martial arts into the list of approved sports by the Australian Defence Force Sports Council, and subsequent introduction of classes at HMAS Kuttabul, has proven a real 'hit' - keeping Navy members 'fit to fight'.

Aviation Technician holds serve

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R-L: Chief Petty Officer Physical Training Instructor Andrew Gibson hands the winner of the Carr Cup to Leading Seaman Avionics Technician Tom Holder at the 2017 Carr Cup singles tournament held at HMAS Kuttabul. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

R-L: Chief Petty Officer Physical Training Instructor Andrew Gibson hands the winner of the Carr Cup to Leading Seaman Avionics Technician Tom Holder at the 2017 Carr Cup singles tournament held at HMAS Kuttabul.

A big serve and an aggressive game helped Leading Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Tim Holder win the 2017 Carr Cup, the Royal Australian Navy’s singles tennis competition.

Anzac straight into work up

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A Boatswains Mate mans the Browning 12.7mm machine gun on the Gun Direction Platform of HMAS Anzac during a Force Protection departure from Fleet Base. (photo: ABEW Blayse Kund)

A Boatswains Mate mans the Browning 12.7mm machine gun on the Gun Direction Platform of HMAS Anzac during a Force Protection departure from Fleet Base.

HMAS Anzac departed Fleet Base East in Sydney for the first time in 2017 in style - in formation with HMA Ships Melbourne and Parramatta.

Wharfside workers on task

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Port Services Manager - Fleet Base East,
Commander Ian Gray stands on the wharf at Garden Island, Sydney. (photo: Unknown)

Port Services Manager - Fleet Base East, Commander Ian Gray stands on the wharf at Garden Island, Sydney.

While many Australians enjoy a break from work over Christmas, the hard working Navy team of Port Services, Garden Island, in Sydney, will continue to deliver essential services to keep the Defence vessels that dominate Sydney Harbour berthed and slipped.

Foreign navies descend on Sydney

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Chilean Navy tall ship Buque Escuela Esmeralda is welcomed into Sydney Harbour before berthing at Garden Island, Sydney. (photo: Michelle Haywood)

Chilean Navy tall ship Buque Escuela Esmeralda is welcomed into Sydney Harbour before berthing at Garden Island, Sydney.

Six ships from four navies arrived at Garden Island, Sydney in early November, creating a buzz on the harbour.

Droning on about innovation

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Defence personnel watch on as a drone flies with a tethered underwater camera during a technology demonstration from Fibre-Tech Solutions held at Garden Island, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

Defence personnel watch on as a drone flies with a tethered underwater camera during a technology demonstration from Fibre-Tech Solutions held at Garden Island, Sydney.

The launch of drones from the air and from the sea heralded the start of an innovative series of demonstrations at Fleet Base East in Sydney.

An officer and a gentleman retires

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Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer, CSC and Bar, RAN presents Lieutenant Commander Trevor Gibson, RAN with his sixth clasp, and second Federation Star, of the Defence Force Service Medal, for 45 years continuous service, at HMAS Kuttabul's monthly morning tea. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer, CSC and Bar, RAN presents Lieutenant Commander Trevor Gibson, RAN with his sixth clasp, and second Federation Star, of the Defence Force Service Medal, for 45 years continuous service, at HMAS Kuttabul's monthly morning tea.

An officer who came up through the ranks is paying off in October after almost 46 years’ service.