October 05, 2017 by WO2 Andrew Hetherington (author), CPOIS Phillip Hunt (photographer)
Royal Australian Navy particpants in the 2017 lawn bowls championships.
A first-game loss against Army dashed Navy’s lawn bowlers the chance to contest the champion service trophy at the Australian Defence Force bowls championships, held in Sydney, in September.
September 30, 2017 by WO2 Andrew Hetherington (author), CPL Drew Riessbeck (author), CPL Nicci Freeman (photographer)
Participants of the 2017 Australian Defence Force Squash Nationals in the RAAF Base Williamtown Gymnasium.
Navy’s squash players were unable to repeat the success they had last year at this year’s Australian Defence Force National Squash Carnival held at Williamtown in late August.
Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Ian McCracken, here swimming in the HMAS Stirling pool, will be competing in the freestyle and butterfly events at the 2017 Invictus Games held in Toronto, Canada.
Motivation and encouragement from fellow competitors inspired a sailor to be representing Australia in the 2017 Invictus Games.
Seaman Josh Kedwell from the Royal Australian Navy Cricket team smashes the ball during a friendly games of cricket.
Energetic batting and high-scoring cricket will now be on the Navy Cricket calendar, with the introduction of the Super 6s format.
Ship's Warrant Officer (WO) HMAS Stirling, WO Andrew Bertoncin, OAM, will be one of the ADF Team's support staff at the 2018 Invictus Games held in Toronto, Canada.
As one of the biggest crowd-pullers at the Invictus Games, wheelchair rugby will provide a unique opportunity for people to celebrate and honour ill, wounded and injured servicemen and women and a Navy Warrant Officer is one of the driving forces behind the Australian team.
ADF Invictus team support staff member, Warrant Officer Andrew Bertoncin, Swimming Coach, Lieutenant Amy Beal, and competitor Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Ian McCracken, at the HMAS Stirling Pool before they head off to the 2018 Invictus Games held in Toronto, Canada.
Australia’s Invictus Games swimming coach is Navy’s own Lieutenant Amy Beal, who is in Toronto, Canada with the Australian team putting the ‘unconquered’ into the adaptive sports competition concept.
Royal Australian Navy Alpine Slalom Team skier Ben Loftus competes at the National and International Interservices Alpine Snow-sports Championships at Perisher ski resort, NSW.
It’s not just the vast waters of the high seas Navy is fighting and winning on.
Members of HMAS Moreton's ship's company and surrounding prior to tackling hill climb up 'Table Top Mountain' in Toowoomba.
Members of HMAS
Moreton’s ship’s company and surrounding outstations recently embarked on a trip to Toowoomba in Queensland, where they were confronted with a gruelling grade four climb up Table Top Mountain.
Navy skiers compete in the 2017 winter Biathlon at Mt Hotham, Victoria from August 6-11.
Navy skiers struggled to dent a dominant Army side during this year’s winter biathlon, Exercise Coolshot, at Mt Hotham, Victoria, from 6-11 August.
Invictus Games athletes Petty Officers Ian McCracken (left) and Latisha Baker (right) with Commander Australian Fleet - Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer, CSC and bar after a �celebrity� wheel chair rugby match as part of the Invictus Games training camp at the Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation, NSW.
Two sailors are representing Navy in the 43-member Australian Invictus Team which recently met for the final hit-out before deploying to Toronto, Canada to take on the rest of the world next month.