Topic: Anzac Day

Navy Chief represents in Gallipoli

This article has photo gallery Published on by POIS Paul McCallum (author), ABIS Kayla Hayes (photographer)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, delivers the Ode of Remembrance at the Lone Pine commemorative service in Gallipoli. (photo: ABIS Kayla Hayes)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, delivers the Ode of Remembrance at the Lone Pine commemorative service in Gallipoli.

As the sun rose over the Gallipoli Peninsula on Anzac Day, Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett reflected on the sacrifices of all Australian service personnel who have served the nation, and those who continue to serve today.

Beating the drum for King Island

Published on by LSMUSN Svetlana Yaroslavskaya (author)

The Royal Australian Navy performs in Queenstown, Tasmania, on Anzac Day 2016. (photo: Unknown)

The Royal Australian Navy performs in Queenstown, Tasmania, on Anzac Day 2016.

The Royal Australian Navy Band Tasmania will be representing the Australian Defence Force at King Island, off the north-west coast of Tasmania, for Anzac Day this year.

Anzac Day commemorations planner

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More than 10,000 people attended the 2016 dawn service in the Victorian coastal town of Torquay, one of the largest dawn services outside our capital cities. (photo: Unknown)

More than 10,000 people attended the 2016 dawn service in the Victorian coastal town of Torquay, one of the largest dawn services outside our capital cities.

Anzac Day is the day we commemorate the service of all men and women who have served in the Australian Defence Force and remember those who have made the supreme sacrifice. For those of you planning to attend Dawn Services or commemorations, there is likely a Navy contingent nearby.

Indigenous service saluted at AWM

This article has photo gallery Published on by SGT Dave Morley (author), CPL Dan Pinhorn (photographer)

Visitors attended the Australian War Memorial for an indigenous smoking ceremony, which marked the completion of the reconstructive works. (photo: CPL Dan Pinhorn)

Visitors attended the Australian War Memorial for an indigenous smoking ceremony, which marked the completion of the reconstructive works.

A smoking ceremony held at the Australian War Memorial in late March marked the completion of major reconstructive works in the commemorative area, highlighting links to country, service and sacrifice.

Wollongong's on Resolute mission for Anzac Day

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Sub Lieutenant Rhys Worboys on the bridge wing of HMAS Wollongong as they sail across the Arafeura Sea. (photo: ABIS Kayla Hayes)

Sub Lieutenant Rhys Worboys on the bridge wing of HMAS Wollongong as they sail across the Arafeura Sea.

On Anzac Day current serving members on operations can reflect on their part in the ongoing story of the Australian nation; such as the ship's company of HMAS Wollongong, who are among more than 2,240 Australian Defence Force members currently deployed.

5000 Poppies - a tribute of respect and remembrance

Published on by LEUT Kirsti Burtenshaw (author), LAC Michael Green (photographer)

The creator of the poppy display, Mrs Lorraine Castley, with Commodore Liz Rushbrook, CSC, RAN. (photo: LAC Michael Green)

The creator of the poppy display, Mrs Lorraine Castley, with Commodore Liz Rushbrook, CSC, RAN.

A community project to ‘plant’ a massive field of 5000 handmade red poppies in Federation Square, Melbourne for Anzac Day 2015 is attracting interest from around Australia.

HMAS Perth’s Anzac Day

Published on by CMDR Sean Noble (author), ABIS Nicolas Gonzalez (photographer)

Ship's company of HMAS Perth stand-at-ease on the flight deck during Anzac Day Dawn Service held at sea. (photo: ABIS Nicolas Gonzalez)

Ship's company of HMAS Perth stand-at-ease on the flight deck during Anzac Day Dawn Service held at sea.

It was a breezy dawn under a cloudy Indian Ocean sky that greeted the men and women serving in HMAS Perth on Anzac Day 2014.

Armes proud to share Anzac experience with hometown

Published on by ABHSO Kate Jolley (author), ABCIS Lauren Armes (photographer)

Able Seaman Lauren Armes commemorates Anzac Day in Dingley Village, Victoria. (photo: ABHSO Kate Jolley)

Able Seaman Lauren Armes commemorates Anzac Day in Dingley Village, Victoria.

As a representative of the Royal Australian Navy, Able Seaman Lauren Armes was present to lay a wreath during the Anzac Day service in her home town of Dingley Village, Victoria.

Rain fails to dampen Anzac Day commemorations in Cairns

Published on by ABHSO Kate Jolley (author and photographer)

Commanding Officer HMAS Cairns, Commander Anthony Powell, RAN, inspects his ship's company before stepping off for the Anzac Day March in Cairns. (photo: ABHSO Kate Jolley)

Commanding Officer HMAS Cairns, Commander Anthony Powell, RAN, inspects his ship's company before stepping off for the Anzac Day March in Cairns.

Braving the cold and rain, Navy members hailing from HMAS Cairns commemorated Anzac Day this year with a Dawn Service at the Esplanade Cenotaph followed by a parade through the city of Cairns last week.

NUSHIP Canberra personnel help raise funds for charity

Published on by LEUT Emily Kennedy (author), LSIS Helen Frank (photographer)

Able Seaman Electronics Technician Troy O'Sullivan, Signalman Allan Firth, Petty Officer Electronics Technician Pete Cannon and Able Seaman Electronics Technician Marcus Hinkley from NUSHIP Canberra sell badges and pens to raise money for the United Returned Soldiers Fund. (photo: LSIS Helen Frank)

Able Seaman Electronics Technician Troy O'Sullivan, Signalman Allan Firth, Petty Officer Electronics Technician Pete Cannon and Able Seaman Electronics Technician Marcus Hinkley from NUSHIP Canberra sell badges and pens to raise money for the United Returned Soldiers Fund.

NUSHIP Canberra personnel provided strong support to both current and ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Force last month as the ship’s company raised $8500 for charity and marched for the first time as a unit in the Sydney City Anzac Day Parade.