Topic: HMAS Penguin

Visit by Chief of Naval Staff of the Indonesian Navy

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Andrew Ragless (author), ABIS Kieran Dempsey (photographer)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett (right) presents a didgeridoo, an Indigenous Australian wind instrument, to Chief of Naval Staff of the Indonesian Navy, Admiral Ade Supandi at Fleet Headquarters in Sydney. (photo: ABIS Kieran Dempsey)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett (right) presents a didgeridoo, an Indigenous Australian wind instrument, to Chief of Naval Staff of the Indonesian Navy, Admiral Ade Supandi at Fleet Headquarters in Sydney.

Australia’s close maritime relationship with Indonesia was highlighted recently, with the country’s Chief of Navy, Admiral Ade Supandi paying a visit to Sydney.

Penguin supports Balmoral Swim

Published on by WOATV Ian Daley (author and photographer)

CMDR Mat Bradley presenting the HMAS Penguin shield to the Peakhurst Swim Club, winners of the HMAS Penguin Relay Swim Shield. (photo: WOATV Ian Daley)

CMDR Mat Bradley presenting the HMAS Penguin shield to the Peakhurst Swim Club, winners of the HMAS Penguin Relay Swim Shield.

Personnel of Navy establishment HMAS Penguin have contributed to a strong turnout at the annual Balmoral Swim for Cancer event.

 

Simulation keeps it real

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(L-R) Simulation Coordinator Lieutenant Steven Grosser, Petty Officer Medic - Submarine Errol Campbell, of Fleet Health, and Lieutenant Megan Hoare, of Joint Health Command, at the Royal Australian Navy Medical School Simulation Centre at HMAS Penguin. (photo: CPL Mark Doran)

(L-R) Simulation Coordinator Lieutenant Steven Grosser, Petty Officer Medic - Submarine Errol Campbell, of Fleet Health, and Lieutenant Megan Hoare, of Joint Health Command, at the Royal Australian Navy Medical School Simulation Centre at HMAS Penguin.

HMAS Penguin’s Medical Simulation Centre has continued to build medical capability under new leadership as Lieutenant Steven Grosser completed a productive three years as Simulation Coordinator.

HMAS Penguin’s White Ribbon challenge

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Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin, Commander Ian Campbell, RAN, with the overall female and male winners, Lieutenant Brie McConville and Lieutenant Rowan Walkers at the 39th annual White Ribbon Day Gate to Gate Fun Run held at HMAS Penguin.   (photo: LSIS Kayla Hayes)

Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin, Commander Ian Campbell, RAN, with the overall female and male winners, Lieutenant Brie McConville and Lieutenant Rowan Walkers at the 39th annual White Ribbon Day Gate to Gate Fun Run held at HMAS Penguin.

The 39th annual HMAS Penguin, White Ribbon Gate to Gate Fun Run/Walk was fiercely contested at Middle Harbour in Sydney this week.

Going the distance for fitness and charity

Published on by Department of Defence (author), SGT Stephen Tilley (author)

Commander Ian Young on completion of day three of his charity bike ride, helping to raise funds into finding a cure for Vanishing White Matter Disease.  (photo: SGT Stephen Tilley)

Commander Ian Young on completion of day three of his charity bike ride, helping to raise funds into finding a cure for Vanishing White Matter Disease.

Commander Ian Young is a Navy Orthopaedic Surgeon with the Maritime Operational Health Unit in Sydney, but he still finds the time to keep fit and channel his training to a higher purpose.

Penguin shows softer side in base tour

This article has photo gallery Published on by WOATV Ian Daley (author), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer)

Guests of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation Charity Luncheon on the balcony of the Sir David Martin Mess, HMAS Penguin. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

Guests of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation Charity Luncheon on the balcony of the Sir David Martin Mess, HMAS Penguin.

As the Royal Australian Navy’s primary medical training facility, it is fitting that Sydney base, HMAS Penguin's community and charitable support involves sick children.

HMAS Penguin exercises her Freedom of Entry

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Children from Mosman Public and the Mosman Church of England Preparatory schools cheer as the ship's company of HMAS Penguin march down Military Road, Mosman. (photo: ABIS Bonny Gassner)

Children from Mosman Public and the Mosman Church of England Preparatory schools cheer as the ship's company of HMAS Penguin march down Military Road, Mosman.

With pride and enthusiasm, up to 200 officers and sailors from HMAS Penguin have exercised their Freedom of Entry into the Municipality of Mosman.

Navy medical emergencies in safe hands

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT John Thompson (author), ABIS Steven Thomson (photographer)

Lieutenant Commander Rob Turner administers an injection of ketamine to a casualty during a simulated medical emergency at the Maritime Operational Health Unit HMAS Penguin. (photo: ABIS Steven Thomson)

Lieutenant Commander Rob Turner administers an injection of ketamine to a casualty during a simulated medical emergency at the Maritime Operational Health Unit HMAS Penguin.

It is a potentially catastrophic scenario: two critically injured in a helicopter crash, a patient undergoing an amputation and another recovering from serious injuries in a fall, with medics also trying to help a woman giving birth. Suddenly news breaks of 15 injured in a small boat collision and fire in a dock. And it’s all taking place on one of Australia’s amphibious assault ships.

Penguin meets namesake

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT John Thompson (author), ABIS Steven Thomson (photographer)

L-R Leading Seaman Medic Sarah Mclaughlan, Leading Seaman Medic Olivia Mortlock and Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin, Commander Ian Campbell ADC, RAN, inspect the penguins living at Sydney Aquarium.  (photo: ABIS Steven Thomson)

L-R Leading Seaman Medic Sarah Mclaughlan, Leading Seaman Medic Olivia Mortlock and Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin, Commander Ian Campbell ADC, RAN, inspect the penguins living at Sydney Aquarium.

The Commanding Officer of HMAS Penguin came face-to-face with a ‘waddle’ of penguins in Sydney, as part of celebrations for the base’s 75th anniversary.

Relationships reaffirmed in region

This article has photo gallery Published on by Rhiannon Westhorp-Janz (author), LSIS Peter Thompson (photographer)

HMAS Adelaide Navigator, LCDR Lachlan Browne, with Royal Malaysian Navy Assistant Chief of Staff, Operations and Exercise, RADM Datuk Khairul Anuar Yahya and his staff on the bridge of HMAS Adelaide. (photo: LSIS Peter Thompson)

HMAS Adelaide Navigator, LCDR Lachlan Browne, with Royal Malaysian Navy Assistant Chief of Staff, Operations and Exercise, RADM Datuk Khairul Anuar Yahya and his staff on the bridge of HMAS Adelaide.

The annual Australian and Malaysian Navy to Navy talks were held at Sydney base, HMAS Penguin in August as part of on-going engagement activities with Malaysia.