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Still time to make A-Positive change in Blood Challenge

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), ABIS Ryan McKenzie (photographer)

Australian Red Cross Nursing Session Leader Jane Pitcher, left, assists Leading Seaman Medic Bronte Whiley during the 2019 Defence Blood Challenge at Dee Why Beach, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Ryan McKenzie)

Australian Red Cross Nursing Session Leader Jane Pitcher, left, assists Leading Seaman Medic Bronte Whiley during the 2019 Defence Blood Challenge at Dee Why Beach, Sydney.

Navy members still have time to roll up their sleeves and give as part the 2019 Defence Blood Challenge. The challenge ends on 8 December with all eligible members strongly urged to take the time to donate whole blood or plasma.

Future submariners wanted for exciting competition

Published on by Ms Andrea Kopatsy (author), LSIS Richard Cordell (photographer)

Able Seaman Nathan Downes is a Marine Technician Submariner currently posted to HMAS Stirling. Nathan will guide the winners of the 2020 National Submarine Tour and Competition as they board a Submarine and live a day in the life of a Navy Submariner. (photo: LSIS Richard Cordell)

Able Seaman Nathan Downes is a Marine Technician Submariner currently posted to HMAS Stirling. Nathan will guide the winners of the 2020 National Submarine Tour and Competition as they board a Submarine and live a day in the life of a Navy Submariner.

Aspiring Royal Australian Navy Submariners have the chance to win the experience of a lifetime as part of the 2020 National Submarine Tour Competition, open to Australian civilians aged 18 to 35 years old.

DFR wins award for Navy social media campaign

Published on by Ms Carla Roscoe (author)

Defence Force Recruiting (DFR) was recognised for Marketing Excellence in Social Media - ACT at the recent Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) Annual Awards Evening in Melbourne. (photo: )

Defence Force Recruiting (DFR) was recognised for Marketing Excellence in Social Media - ACT at the recent Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) Annual Awards Evening in Melbourne.

The Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) has recognised Defence Force Recruiting (DFR) for Marketing Excellence in Social Media - ACT at its Annual Awards Evening in Melbourne.

Training Ship Pioneer enjoys Freedom of Entry to Mackay

Published on by Australian Navy Cadets LEUT Linda McKenna (author), Photos by Nell (photographer)

Cadets, instructors and officers of Training Ship Pioneer exercise their right to Freedom of Entry to the City of Mackay, Qld. (photo: Photos by Nell)

Cadets, instructors and officers of Training Ship Pioneer exercise their right to Freedom of Entry to the City of Mackay, Qld.

With swords drawn, band playing, drums beating and flags flying, the cadets, instructors and officers of Training Ship Pioneer exercised their right to Freedom of Entry to the City of Mackay this month, as part of 60th anniversary celebrations for the Australian Navy Cadets unit.

 

Green Ghost crew remembers those who served before them

This article has photo gallery Published on by SBLT Kieran Skewes (author), ABEW Stuart McManus (photographer)

Commanding Officer HMAS Hobart, Commander Ryan Gaskin leads the Remembrance Day 2019 ceremony underneath the Australian White Ensign. To his left are ABET Joshua Lowe, LEUT Jacob Hepner, ABML-SC Frank Cook and CPOCIS Michael Baruch. (photo: ABEW Stuart McManus)

Commanding Officer HMAS Hobart, Commander Ryan Gaskin leads the Remembrance Day 2019 ceremony underneath the Australian White Ensign. To his left are ABET Joshua Lowe, LEUT Jacob Hepner, ABML-SC Frank Cook and CPOCIS Michael Baruch.

During the major Japan-US Exercise ANNUALEX, the crew of HMAS Hobart spared a minute to reflect on those that sacrificed their lives in the very waters they sailed.

Green Ghost pays tribute to UN fallen service members

This article has photo gallery Published on by SBLT David Llewellyn (author), ABCTS Ryan Lomsargis (photographer)

Officers and sailors of HMAS Hobart and the Australian Maritime Task Group at the 74th UN Day Ceremony at the UN Memorial Cemetery Busan, Republic of Korea, during their East Asia Deployment. (photo: ABCTS Ryan Lomsargis)

Officers and sailors of HMAS Hobart and the Australian Maritime Task Group at the 74th UN Day Ceremony at the UN Memorial Cemetery Busan, Republic of Korea, during their East Asia Deployment.

A group of 50 officers and sailors from HMAS Hobart recently participated in a ceremony to mark the 74th United Nations Day at the United Nations Memorial Cemetery, in Busan, Republic of Korea, during the ship’s current East Asia Deployment.

 

Penguin opens its doors for Ceremonial Sunset

This article has photo gallery Published on by Ms Natalie Staples (author), LSIS Kieran Dempsey (photographer)

The Ceremonial Sunset guard prepares to fire a volley with blank cartridges during a ceremony at HMAS Penguin, Mosman on 6 November 2019. (photo: LSIS Kieran Dempsey)

The Ceremonial Sunset guard prepares to fire a volley with blank cartridges during a ceremony at HMAS Penguin, Mosman on 6 November 2019.

HMAS Penguin has continued its annual tradition of inviting the people of Mosman and the Northern Beaches to a reception to thank the community for their ongoing support, and an opportunity for locals to learn more about Penguin’s mission and get a taste of Navy culture with a Beat to Quarters and Ceremonial Sunset.

Final LADS flight - a job well done

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT James McPherson (author), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer)

Royal Australian Navy's Laser Airborne Depth Sounder (LADS) Flight crew on completion of the LADS Flight end of service ceremony at Cairns Airport, Queensland. L-R: Petty Officer Jarrod McCann; Chief Petty Officer Luke Heard; LADS Commanding Officer Lieutenant Commander Mark Matthews; LADS Executive Officer Lieutenant Cheyne Colley; and Leading Seaman John Krasicki. (photo: ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill)

Royal Australian Navy's Laser Airborne Depth Sounder (LADS) Flight crew on completion of the LADS Flight end of service ceremony at Cairns Airport, Queensland. L-R: Petty Officer Jarrod McCann; Chief Petty Officer Luke Heard; LADS Commanding Officer Lieutenant Commander Mark Matthews; LADS Executive Officer Lieutenant Cheyne Colley; and Leading Seaman John Krasicki.

The Royal Australian Navy’s Laser Airborne Depth Sounder Flight (LADS) has conducted its final sortie after 26 years of outstanding service.

Sydney to Hobart - Navy gets back in the race

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), CPOIS Kelvin Hockey (photographer)

The crew of Navy Sailing racing yacht 'Navy One' remove headwear in a mark of respect to their patron, Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Jonathan Mead, AM, RAN, during a sail past in Rushcutters Bay, Sydney. (photo: CPOIS Kelvin Hockey)

The crew of Navy Sailing racing yacht 'Navy One' remove headwear in a mark of respect to their patron, Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Jonathan Mead, AM, RAN, during a sail past in Rushcutters Bay, Sydney.

The Royal Australian Navy is getting back in the fight for first place in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race for the first time since 2001, with a seasoned Navy crew experienced in offshore yacht racing.

Navy cricketers share diversity and inclusion message

Published on by LS Nick Magafas (author), Nick Hatzoglou (photographer)

Cricket teams from the Royal Australian Navy and Sunshine Heights Cricket Club assemble with RAN and community representatives ahead of the inaugural Lewis-Nizam Shield T20 challenge, played at SHCC Ainsworth Reserve in Melbourne. (photo: Nick Hatzoglou)

Cricket teams from the Royal Australian Navy and Sunshine Heights Cricket Club assemble with RAN and community representatives ahead of the inaugural Lewis-Nizam Shield T20 challenge, played at SHCC Ainsworth Reserve in Melbourne.

Royal Australian Navy cricketers have embraced the chance to engage with community and reinforced a diversity and inclusion message with a T20 match against a local team in Melbourne.