A formation of Royal Australian Navy helicopters conducts a flyover of the parade ground at HMAS Creswell during the New Entry Officers' Course 63 graduation ceremony.
More than 150 graduates of the Royal Australian Navy’s latest New Entry Officers’ Course (NEOC) have become the first to affirm their commitment to the new Defence Values.
The crew of HMAS Armidale (II) take part in a service to commemorate the loss of HMAS Armidale (I), which was sunk by Japanese aircraft during WWII.
Ahead of today’s investiture ceremony for Ordinary Seaman Edward ‘Teddy’ Sheean VC, the crew of HMAS
Armidale (II) conducted a commemoration ceremony for HMAS Armidale (I) over the site of its wreck off the coast of Timor-Leste.
Staff Officer Navy Indigenous Affairs Lieutenant Damian Briggs, left, and Navy Indigenous Champion Commodore Mal Wise participate in a smoking ceremony in Barton, Canberra.
Rain did not dampen the desire for the Canberra community and Navy representatives to come together during NAIDOC Week at a public smoking ceremony at National Circuit in Barton.
L-R: Royal Australian Navy sailors Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Jahlaya Weazel; Seaman Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Braydon Bux; Seaman Gap Year Josh Agland; Seaman Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Saje Wilson; and Petty Officer Cryptological Systems Supervisor Thai-Britney Demos on the Welcome to the Country Tour at La Perouse, NSW.
During NAIDOC Week, Navy people in Sydney from all backgrounds were offered the hands-on opportunity to learn about native sustenance and pharmaceuticals from an Indigenous expert.
November 13, 2020 by LEUT Tanalee Smith and MIDN Jack Meadows (author), ABIS Leon Dafonte Fernandez (photographer)
Indigenous artist William Barton and Petty Officer Boatswains Mate Jordon Bradshaw celebrating NAIDOC Week 2020 by playing the Song 'Remembrance' on their didgeridoos onboard HMAS Parramatta, in Sydney.
The ship’s company of HMAS
Parramatta participated in a solemn and interactive morning learning more about Indigenous culture in an event commemorating NAIDOC Week 2020.
Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN, left, with the winners of the 2020 Chief of Navy Safety and Environment Awards. From second left: Lieutenant Commander Jace Hutchison, RAN, on behalf of HMAS Adelaide (Early Intervention Award); Leading Seaman Brad Reynolds (Commander Dave Allen Award for Safety Excellence); Captain Jason Spears, RAN, on behalf of Amphibious Combat Sealift Systems Project Office (Prevention Award); and Commodore Braddon Wheeler, RAN, on behalf of Fleet Command (Environmental Management Award).
Rather than bringing in contractors, erecting scaffolding and waiting days for roof inspections at HMAS
Penguin, Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Bradley Reynolds had other ideas.
L-R: United States Naval officer Lieutenant Commander Russell Mackay; Command Warrant Officer Paul Bradley; Commanding Officer HMAS Adelaide Captain Jonathon Ley, RAN; Royal New Zealand Navy officer, Lieutenant Calvin Andersen; Royal Australian Air Force officer Squadron Leader Jen Slater; and Ship’s Chaplain Simote Finau after a Remembrance Day ceremony held on the flight deck of HMAS Adelaide, at sea.
Representatives of all three services and four nations gathered on the flight deck of HMAS
Adelaide to pay their respects and lay wreaths during a Remembrance Day ceremony at sea.
Able Seaman Aviation Technician - Airframes Darcy Stopford lays a wreath during a Remembrance Day ceremony onboard HMAS Arunta while alongside Sasebo Naval Base, Japan.
Arunta took time out to commemorate Remembrance Day during a visit to Sasebo Naval Base, Japan.
Leading Seaman Melina Pacitto and Petty Officer Adam Garnsey discuss their inputs on the 2035 Sailor discussion at the Navy Workforce Futures Workshop held in Canberra.
The ‘2035 Sailor’ was the key focus for around 70 Defence personnel and identified guests at a big ideas Navy Workforce Futures Workshop in Canberra.
L-R: Recruit Savage, Recruit Salt and Recruit Lamb collecting rubbish during The Great Northern Clean Up at Holloways Beach in Queensland.
Recruits from the Navy Indigenous Development Program took part in The Great Northern Clean Up at Holloways Beach, Qld, joining forces with the local community walking the five kilometre stretch along streets, parks, scrub and muddy marshes.