Topic: HMAS Tobruk (II)

Tobruk sailing with new CO

Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LAC David Cotton (photographer)

Departing Commanding Officer of HMAS Tobruk, Commander Tim Watson (left) hands over the ship's engine keys and the responsibility of command to Commander Leif Maxfield. (photo: LAC David Cotton)

Departing Commanding Officer of HMAS Tobruk, Commander Tim Watson (left) hands over the ship's engine keys and the responsibility of command to Commander Leif Maxfield.

Commander Leif Maxfield has assumed command of HMAS Tobruk, relieving Commander Tim Watson while the ship stopped over in Townsville on 7 June 2013.

Tobruk loads up and sets sail

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LAC David Cotton (photographer), ABIS Jesse Rhynard (photographer)

Members of Port Services Garden Island, Sydney, retrieve the final berthing line from HMAS Tobruk as she departs for PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP 2013. (photo: ABIS Jesse Rhynard)

Members of Port Services Garden Island, Sydney, retrieve the final berthing line from HMAS Tobruk as she departs for PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP 2013.

HMAS Tobruk has set sail for a seven week deployment to Papua New Guinea.

Ulverstone’s Taylor loving sea life

Published on by LAC David Cotton (photographer)

Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Taylor Burgess in the server room of HMAS Tobruk. (photo: LAC David Cotton)

Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Taylor Burgess in the server room of HMAS Tobruk.

Far from her hometown of Ulverstone, Taylor Burgess is on the high seas as part of an international aid mission.

Taylor is serving as an Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems sailor on board HMAS Tobruk (II).

Hearty work from Tobruk’s chefs

Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LAC David Cotton (photographer)

Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Chef Cameron Moore serves meals from inside the main galley in HMAS Tobruk (II). (photo: LAC David Cotton)

Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Chef Cameron Moore serves meals from inside the main galley in HMAS Tobruk (II).

Feeding a ship’s company is no small task, but for the chefs of HMAS Tobruk (II) the job has become a lot bigger.