Topic: Ceremony and Traditions

Albatross and Creswell granted continued Freedom of Entry into the Shoalhaven

This article has photo gallery Published on by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author), LSIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer), ABIS Sarah Williams (photographer)

HMAS Albatross and HMAS Creswell sailors march through the main street of Nowra during their Freedom of Entry parade.  (photo: ABIS Sarah Williams)

HMAS Albatross and HMAS Creswell sailors march through the main street of Nowra during their Freedom of Entry parade.

One thousand officers and sailors from the Royal Australian Navy establishments HMAS Creswell and HMAS Albatross marched through the streets of Nowra today, exercising their ‘Freedom of Entry’ into the city. 

An enduring tradition - HMAS Cerberus Divisions

Published on by SBLT Kat Mulheron (author), ABIS Dove Smithett (photographer)

Ship's company of HMAS Cerberus on parade during HMAS Cerberus Winter Ceremonial Divisions. (photo: ABIS Dove Smithett)

Ship's company of HMAS Cerberus on parade during HMAS Cerberus Winter Ceremonial Divisions.

More than 500 sailors, soldiers, airmen and airwomen of HMAS Cerberus formed up on the Main Parade Ground for inspection by Commanding Officer, Captain Katherine Richards, RAN. In doing so, they carried out a time honoured tradition of showing pride in themselves and their service through their dress and bearing.

100 years since HMAS Sydney (I) commissions

Published on by ABIS Nicolas Gonzalez (photographer)

Mr James Glossop, member of HMAS Sydney Association the son of the Commissioning Commanding Officer of HMAS Sydney (I) at the HMAS Sydney (I) commemorative 100th memorial at Mosman RSL Club in Sydney. (photo: ABIS Nicolas Gonzalez  )

Mr James Glossop, member of HMAS Sydney Association the son of the Commissioning Commanding Officer of HMAS Sydney (I) at the HMAS Sydney (I) commemorative 100th memorial at Mosman RSL Club in Sydney.

26 June 2013 marked a very special day for the many men and women who have served in a Royal Australian Navy Ship bearing the name of Sydney, as it marked 100 years since the commissioning of the very first ship of this name.

Tobruk sailing with new CO

Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LAC David Cotton (photographer)

Departing Commanding Officer of HMAS Tobruk, Commander Tim Watson (left) hands over the ship's engine keys and the responsibility of command to Commander Leif Maxfield. (photo: LAC David Cotton)

Departing Commanding Officer of HMAS Tobruk, Commander Tim Watson (left) hands over the ship's engine keys and the responsibility of command to Commander Leif Maxfield.

Commander Leif Maxfield has assumed command of HMAS Tobruk, relieving Commander Tim Watson while the ship stopped over in Townsville on 7 June 2013.

Communications and Information Systems 306 Graduation

Published on by SBLT Kat Mulheron (author), LSIS Dove Smithett (photographer)

Communication Information Systems Course 306 conducts a 'March Past' to the Reviewing Officer, Commander Michael Oborn, RAN held at HMAS Cerberus, Victoria. (photo: ABIS Dove Smithett)

Communication Information Systems Course 306 conducts a 'March Past' to the Reviewing Officer, Commander Michael Oborn, RAN held at HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.

Proud family and friends gathered to watch Navy’s latest Communications and Information Systems (CIS) sailors graduate their initial CIS training held at HMAS Cerberus.

Latest Aircrewmen get their wings

Published on by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author), LSIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer)

Commodore Vince Di Pietro CSC, RAN stands with Leading Seaman Aircrewman Richard Clark and Leading Seaman Aircrewman Damien Wallace on conclusion of the Aircrewman Rotary Course 06 graduation ceremony held at the Fleet Air Arm Museum on 23 May 2013. (photo: LS Yuri Ramsey)

Commodore Vince Di Pietro CSC, RAN stands with Leading Seaman Aircrewman Richard Clark and Leading Seaman Aircrewman Damien Wallace on conclusion of the Aircrewman Rotary Course 06 graduation ceremony held at the Fleet Air Arm Museum on 23 May 2013.

It was an exciting day for the Royal Australian Navy’s latest Aircrewman graduates, Richard Clark and Damien Wallace, when they were both presented with their Aircrewman wings and promoted to the rank of Leading Seaman in a ceremony at Nowra’s Fleet Air Arm Museum.