Navy's Indigenous Performance Group perform at the Chief Of Navy reception for the International Fleet Review 2013 held at Sydney Opera House.
The Royal Australian Navy’s Indigenous Performance Group conducted their first official performance at the Sydney Opera House during the International Fleet Review.
Published on October 09, 2013 by LEUT Miah Hammond-Errey (author), LSIS Lee-Anne Mack (photographer)
Commander of the Pacific Fleet, Admiral Cecil Haney, spoke to attendees concerning global security at the Seapower 2013 conference held at the Sydney Convention Center.
The Royal Australian Navy Sea Power Conference 2013 formed a key part of the International Fleet Review commemorating the 100th anniversary of the first arrival in Sydney of Royal Australian Navy warships.
Published on October 09, 2013 by Mr Michael Brooke (author), ABIS Nicolas Gonzalez (photographer), ABIS Cassie McBride (photographer)
HMAS Sydney leads the re-enactment of the First Fleet entry in Sydney Harbour from 1913 as part of the International Fleet Review 2013.
Sydney led an armada of international warships through Sydney Heads to the delight of more than a million spectators.
Published on October 09, 2013 by Mr Michael Brooke (author), ABIS Cassie McBride (photographer), ABIS Kayla Hayes (photographer)
HMA Ships Darwin, Perth and Parramatta sail in formation during the Ceremonial Fleet Review on Sydney Harbour while HMAS Yarra prepares for their turn to be reviewed.
While a last-minute minor defect prevented HMAS
Yarra from joining the Fleet Entry procession, nothing could deny her crew’s feelings of immense pride during the International Fleet Review.
The Nulka active missile decoy was conceived by DSTO and built under an Australian-US collaboration program.
A book covering the development of an Australian innovation that has contributed significantly to Naval ship protection has been launched by Assistant Minister for Defence Stuart Robert MP.
Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs AO, CSC, RAN addresses the Pacific 2013 Welcome Breakfast and Official Opening Ceremony at the Sydney Convention Centre.
More than 500 sailors flocked to the exhibition hall to gain an insight into some of the new technologies that the Navy and our coalition partners will absorb in the coming decade.
Naval Police Coxswains Leading Seaman Neil Herron and Petty Officer Renee Young maintain security at the Garden Island ferry terminal during the International Fleet Review.
While thousands of sailors were out sightseeing and enjoying Sydney, a dedicated team of Naval Police Coxswains (NPC) were working around the clock to safeguard the safety and security of Garden Island and visiting ships sailors.
Indian sailors on INS Sahyadri Petty Officer Uttam Kushwaha, Lieutenant Pramendra Yadav and Leading Seaman Sunil Rana in Sydney for the International Fleet Review.
"Visiting Sydney is one of my dreams come true,” said PO Uttam Kushwaha, a gun maintainer in INS
Sahyadri, the Indian Navy’s newest ship.
Bristish sailors from HMS Daring Petty Officer Roy Fenwick, Lieutenant Alex Tuckwood, and Leading Seaman Katherine Marsh in Sydney during the International Fleet Review.
One ship that travelled the furthest to attend IFR was also one of the newest.
A saxophone quintet from the RAN Band's Adelaide Detachment make an entertaining change on the morning ferry between Circular Quay and Manly in the lead up to the IFR.
Sydney Harbour ferry passengers were surprised and entertained by the smooth sound of a saxophone as they stepped aboard during the IFR.