Topic: HMAS Newcastle (F06)

HMAS Newcastle's first replenishment

Published on by LEUT Suresh Kumar (author), POEW Ben White (photographer)

The refueling line from RFA Fort Victoria is connected to HMAS Newcastle during a replenishment at sea in the Middle East for Operation SLIPPER. (photo: POEW B White)

The refueling line from RFA Fort Victoria is connected to HMAS Newcastle during a replenishment at sea in the Middle East for Operation SLIPPER.

HMAS Newcastle has conducted her first Replenishment at Sea (RAS) serial in the Middle East Area of Operations with RFA Fort Victoria on 29 May 2013.

This RAS was the first such evolution in the MEAO for Newcastle (CMDR P O’Grady, CSM) and added to Newcastle’s growing list of partnerships with international replenishment ships.

HMAS Newcastle provides medical care to badly injured merchant seamen

Published on by POEW Ben White (photographer)

HMAS Newcastle's Helicopter S70B Seahawk 'Gremlin', lowers personnel from HMAS Newcastle's Medical Team to provide assistance to the injured crew members. (photo: POEW Ben White)

HMAS Newcastle's Helicopter S70B Seahawk 'Gremlin', lowers personnel from HMAS Newcastle's Medical Team to provide assistance to the injured crew members.

Australia’s HMAS Newcastle has provided medical treatment and evacuated two badly burned Filipino merchant seamen from a stricken oil tanker in the Somali Basin.

State versus state, shipmate versus shipmate

Published on by LEUT David Osborne (author)

Able Seaman Communication Information Systems Carrisa Andrews and Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Stores Chain Dale Hazeltine enjoy some friendly rivalry while watching game one of the State of Origin from HMAS Newcastle's Junior Sailors cafe. (photo: UNKNOWN)

Able Seaman Communication Information Systems Carrisa Andrews and Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Stores Chain Dale Hazeltine enjoy some friendly rivalry while watching game one of the State of Origin from HMAS Newcastle's Junior Sailors cafe.

The crew of HMAS Newcastle (CMDR Paul O’Grady, CSM) has cheered on their teams during the first rugby league State of Origin match of 2013 while on their first patrol in the MEAO.