Members and guard on parade during HMAS Cerberus Ceremonial Divisions.
More than 900 sailors, soldiers and airmen and women marched out for Ceremonial Divisions at HMAS
Cerberus last week.
Royal Australian Navy Officers and Sailors from HMAS Coonawarra exercise their Freedom of Entry to march through the city of Darwin, NT.
Navy Week in the Northern Territory drew to an exciting close when Officers and Sailors from HMAS
Coonawarra marched through the City of Darwin, exercising their right to Freedom of Entry.
Members of a ceremonial guard prepare to fire volleys during a Sunset Ceremony performed by HMAS Coonawarra at Mindil Beach, Darwin, NT.
The Darwin community turned out in droves to watch more than 100 officers and sailors from HMAS
Coonawarra perform Ceremonial Divisions and a Sunset Ceremony at the iconic Mindil Beach recently.
Employers of Defence Reservists in the Brisbane region are given a tour of the Flight Deck of HMAS Adelaide.
Brisbane was abuzz with excitement as HMAS
Adelaide and USS Ronald Reagan steamed into the city for a short break on the way to the multi-national Exercise TALISMAN SABRE.
Reviewing Officer, Commander Australian Fleet Rear Admiral Jonathan Mead, AM, RAN, and Ruby's handler Able Seaman Lee Darcy, promoting Leading Seaman Ruby Flinders, the West Head Gunnery Range dog to Petty Officer Boatswain, during HMAS Cerberus Ceremonial Divisions.
Leading Seaman Ruby Flinders was promoted to the rank of Petty Officer last week in what was a special milestone for the four-legged sailor and her proud shipmates.
Visiting Naval Fellows from USA, Indonesia and Tonga salute after laying wreaths during the Last Post ceremony at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra. L-R: Mr Andrew Ertl, Project Scholar; Lieutenant Colonel Yano Wenas, TNI-AL (Army, Indonesia) and Lieutenant Commander Semisi Tupueluelu, HMAF (Navy, Tonga).
Visiting Naval Fellows and members of Navy’s Sea Power Centre - Australia formed up shoulder-to-shoulder to attend a moving Last Post ceremony at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
Ship's Company of HMAS Benalla march through the city of Benalla during their Freedom of Entry march.
The officers and sailors of Royal Australian Navy Survey Ship HMAS
Benalla (II) have visited the ship’s namesake city of Benalla, Victoria to conduct their first Freedom of Entry march in over 15 years.
July 09, 2019 by Mr Josh Williams (author), CPOIS Cameron Martin (photographer), LSIS James McDougall (photographer)
Deputy Chief of Navy, Rear Admiral Mark Hammond AM, RAN, with Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) Director General Operations and Plans Department, Rear Admiral Akira Saito at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
The Royal Australian Navy has hosted the Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force in a week-long visit to Australia that built on the strong bilateral relationship shared by the two defence forces for more than a decade.
SUBFOR Members, both USN and RAN, join with local Naval Cadets from TS Vancouver for a unified photo.
Trumpets sounded out the anthems of Australia and the United States at Albany's National Anzac Centre on 26 May, as all in attendance stood to attention - remembering 52 US submarines lost during the Second World War.
L-R: Governor of Western Australia, The Hon Kim Beazley, AC; Chief Petty Officer Naval Police Coxswain Bill Prince; and Seaman Gap Year Isaac Crook use a ceremonial sword to cut a cake made to celebrate the 190th anniversary of Navy on Garden Island, WA in the Sir James Stirling Mess on HMAS Stirling.
One hundred and ninety years of Navy presence on the unique shores of Garden Island, Western Australia was celebrated recently at HMAS