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Navy takes national title in thrilling win against Army

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The winning Royal Australian Navy Cricket team. (photo: LSBM Andrew Cleghorn)

The winning Royal Australian Navy Cricket team.

The Royal Australian Navy Cricket Team won its first inter-services 50-over tournament in six years when it won the Australian National Services Cricket Championships in Canberra on Friday, taking the Lindsay Hassett Trophy from the Army.

Air Force no match for Navy on opening day

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Navy Cricket Captain Able Seaman Al Kristensen with RAAF Cricket Captain and ASCA Umpires at the coin toss.
The Navy Cricket Team won its first game in four years against either of the other two services when the team beat the RAAF in Canberra yesterday.  (photo: LSBM Andrew Cleghorn)

Navy Cricket Captain Able Seaman Al Kristensen with RAAF Cricket Captain and ASCA Umpires at the coin toss. The Navy Cricket Team won its first game in four years against either of the other two services when the team beat the RAAF in Canberra yesterday.

The Navy Cricket Team won its first game in four years against either of the other two services when the team beat the Royal Australian Air Force in Canberra this week.

Sailors complete marathon voyage

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Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Josh O’Hanlon strides out in the New York City Marathon. (photo: Unknown)

Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Josh O’Hanlon strides out in the New York City Marathon.

It takes great heart to be a marathon runner and to stride through the pain barrier over a distance of 42.2 kilometres – just ask Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Josh O’Hanlon and Petty Officer Marine Technician Paul Baker.

Navy Cricketers prepare for tough test at national carnival

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The Navy Cricket Team with the Canberra Grammar School team before a warm-up game. (photo: LSBM Andrew Cleghorn)

The Navy Cricket Team with the Canberra Grammar School team before a warm-up game.

Navy cricketers have met in Sydney for trials and are now in Canberra preparing to take on the Army and RAAF in the 2013 Australian Services National Cricket Carnival.

Albatross Tours the T

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

Runners participating in the HMAS Albatross ‘Tour the T’ reach the ‘T’ in the runways. (photo: LSIS Yuri Ramsey)

Runners participating in the HMAS Albatross ‘Tour the T’ reach the ‘T’ in the runways.

HMAS Albatross personnel took advantage of the rare opportunity to tread the tarmac when the T-shaped airfield runway was closed for the 4th annual ‘Tour the T’ charity fun run.

Navy and Air Force football play-offs

Published on by Ms Eliza Bavin (author), ABIS Jake Badior (photographer)

The Royal Australian Navy men's football team, Cromer Park, Manly. (photo: ABIS Jake Badior)

The Royal Australian Navy men's football team, Cromer Park, Manly.

Last week saw the Royal Australian Navy, Royal Australian Air force and Army come together to play the final games of the annual football tournament at Manly Warringah Football Club.

Navy Hydrographic Ships complete PNG survey

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HMAS Mermaid in Port Vila Harbour during a South West Pacific deployment. (photo: )

HMAS Mermaid in Port Vila Harbour during a South West Pacific deployment.

Two of Royal Australian Navy's Coastal Hydrographic Survey ships have recently returned to their homeport of Cairns, having completed a survey of Dawson Strait, Papua New Guinea.

High seas rendezvous

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POCSS David Kennedy and ABMT Ross Kennedy together onboard Ballarat. (photo: LSEW Andrew Harding)

POCSS David Kennedy and ABMT Ross Kennedy together onboard Ballarat.

Petty Officer Combat Systems Supervisor David Kennedy and his son Able Seaman Marine Technician Ross Kennedy had an unexpected reunion onboard HMAS Ballarat recently, during a transfer of personnel while on Operation RESOLUTE.

HMAS Choules’ remembers fallen Defence personnel at Manus Island

Published on by LEUT Sarah Mills (author), LSCIS Stephanie Cokanauto (photographer)

HMAS Choules' crew salute during a memorial service at the Manus Island cemetery. (photo: LEUT Sarah Mills)

HMAS Choules' crew salute during a memorial service at the Manus Island cemetery.

Personnel from HMAS Choules conducted a memorial service at a cemetery on Manus Island to remember Australians who died there. The ceremony was conducted on 24 October 2013 by the ship's Chaplain.

Battle Tanker is back

Published on by LEUT Joseph McKay (author), ABIS Richard Cordell (photographer)

HMAS Success sails past Sydney's iconic Fort Denison to conduct a Mariner Skills Evaluation for two weeks off the east coast of Australia. (photo: ABIS Richard Cordell)

HMAS Success sails past Sydney's iconic Fort Denison to conduct a Mariner Skills Evaluation for two weeks off the east coast of Australia.

HMAS Success returned to sea on 25 October and has commenced Sea Qualification Trials and a Unit Readiness workup package.