Topic: Industry Outplacement Program
Navy’s newest Tickford Racing Industry Outplacement Program technical sailors, from left, Able Seaman Electronics Technician Joshua Wakefield; Leading Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Phillip Cowan; and Leading Seaman Marine Technician Colin Wilson.
Three Royal Australian Navy technical sailors have arrived at the headquarters of Tickford Racing for the ninth rotation of the highly successful Navy Industry Outplacement Program.
Tickford Racing outplacement member, Leading Seaman Electronic Technician Dylan Campbell, at the Tickford Racing workshop.
Navy Electronics Technician Dylan Campbell has been promoted to the rank of Leading Seaman while working as a member of the Tickford Racing Team.
Royal Australian Navy Leading Seaman Michael Dent chats with Craftsman Harrison Old (left), Craftsman Nic Ryan and Squadron Leader Michael Bailes regarding his work duties as a member of the Bottle-O Racing Team, during the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix 2019.
LS Michael Dent’s 20 years’ of experience in building engines put him in good stead to contribute to the Tickford Racing Team at the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix in Melbourne.
Published on February 04, 2019 by CPOCISSM Anthony O’Riley (author), LSIS Richard Cordell (photographer)
Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Submarine sailors Madalynne Currell, Mitchell Jones (right) and Bradley Webber all took part in the Industry Outplacement Program.
Last year was a revolutionary one for the Royal Australian Navy in the field of submarine communications.
Tickford Racing Team Manager Chris O’Toole; Leading Seaman Marine Technician Michael Dent; Able Seaman Electronics Technician Dylan Campbell; and Able Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Basjon Ingold tour a Tickford Racing workshop in Melbourne.
Three Royal Australian Navy technical sailors have arrived at the headquarters of Tickford Racing for the eighth rotation of the highly successful Navy Industry Outplacement Program.
(Left to right) Able Seaman Electronics Technician Luke Oldham, Able Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Kyle McPherson, Tickford Team Manager Chris O’Toole, Leading Seaman Marine Technician Ben Ayliffe.
Three Royal Australian Navy technical sailors have arrived at the Headquarters of Tickford Racing for the seventh rotation of the highly successful Navy Industry Outplacement Program.
July 25, 2017 by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LEUT Ben Willee (author), LCDR Don Hogarth (photographer)
Able Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Tenae Drummond with the Pro Drive race car in Townsville.
The Royal Australian Navy has taken Able Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Tenae Drummond across the world.
Able Seaman Electronics Technician Mark Richards poses with the Supercheap Auto V8 Supercar driver, Chaz Mostert before a race.
Three sailors have temporarily traded the sea for the pit lane, working at the Australian Grand Prix Supercars event in Melbourne recently.
The Royal Australian Navy incoming and outgoing members of the Prodrive Racing outplacement program (from left) outgoing Leading Seaman Marine Technician Dale Tiyce-Nelson, Able Seaman Electronics Technician Kyle Best, Able Seaman Avionics Technician Aircraft Aaron Armbruster, the Prodrive Racing Team Manger Chris O'Toole, Able Seaman Aviation Technician Aircraft Tenae Drummond, Leading Seaman Marine Technician Jeremy Rupnik and Able Seaman Electronic Technician Mark Richards at the Pro Drive Racing Australia Display Centre, Campbellfield, Victoria.
The Royal Australian Navy’s partnership with high-performance motor racing raced into its sixth year with a new batch of technical sailors posting into the Prodrive Racing Australia garage.
Leading Seaman Marine Technician Kate Greenwood checks over a V8 Supercar supported by Team Navy during the Bathurst 1000 at Mount Panorama.
The old military truism that ‘no battle plan survives contact with the enemy’ can apply equally to sport. So it was for Team Navy and Prodrive Racing Australia at Mount Panorama for the Bathurst 1000 race from 8-11 October.