Published on January 06, 2017 by LEUT Tony White (author), CMDR Chloe Griggs (author), ABIS Nicolas Gonzalez (photographer)
Nursing Officer, Lieutenant Angus Thompson experiences life at sea in the sickbay of HMAS Anzac during Phase 4 of the Reserve Entry Officers' Course.
Wollongong nurse Angus Thompson ditched his usual intensive care nursing uniform for a camouflage outfit last year, as he finalised his Navy Reserve Officer training onboard the Navy frigate, HMAS
Anzac on a trip across the top of Australia.
Midshipmen Bethlyn Aknonero and Benjamin Montgomery on the bridge of HMAS Choules.
Royal Australian Navy landing ship, HMAS
Choules recently gave some junior officers their first taste of life at sea, hosting initial trainees from the Royal Australian Naval College.
Past graduates of the Defence Indigenous Development Program (DIDP), also graduated from General Entry 346 Emms Division at Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
Eleven Indigenous young men and women graduated from Navy Recruit training in one hit on 13 October in front of family, friends and the Chief of Navy.
October 26, 2016 by Ms Kimberly M Lansdale (author), Lockheed Martin/US Navy (photographer)
Dr Darrell Tatro, Director, Center for Surface Combat Systems International Programs, presides over the Royal Australia Navy Combat Systems Officer/Prospective Commanding Officer graduation ceremony at the Combat Systems Engineering Development Site.
Royal Australian Navy officers were amongst the first to graduate from the new AEGIS combat systems course delivered at the Combat Systems Engineering Development Site in Moorestown, New Jersey after completing a thorough and rigorous two months of training.
Australian Defence Force Gap Year - Navy participant, Seaman Sinead Prewett conducts her sea training phase onboard HMAS Adelaide.
A number of Navy sailors are having the time of their lives this year in a ‘try before you buy’ scheme allowing young Australians to experience life in uniform.
Sailors from the Royal Australian Navy Medical School at Sydney's HMAS Penguin at the University of Tasmania - School of Medicine.
Sailors from the Royal Australian Navy Medical School at Sydney's HMAS
Penguin have honed their paramedicine skills by undertaking intensive, hands on training at the University of Tasmania - School of Medicine in Hobart recently.
From left, Mr Tim Leonard, Mr Rob Starks, Major Anton Leshinskas and Lieutenant Commander Tony Hammond in front of the EC-135T2 Helicopter after conducting flight trials at HMAS Albatross.
It was up, up and away for the EC-135T2 helicopter, the latest aircraft to be acquired by the Royal Australian Navy and Australian Army as part of the new Helicopter Aircrew Training System (HATS).
Contractors have completed building the new Helicopter Aircrew Training System facility at HMAS Albatross, NSW, and commenced the installation of state-of-the-art simulators.
Construction of a multi-million-dollar helicopter training facility that will ensure Navy and Army aircrews remain at the cutting edge of military aviation achieved a milestone this month.
Sub Lieutenant Kris Bruton is presented with The Governor-General's Cup - recognising his ability, teamwork and outstanding sportsmanship throughout the New Entry Officers' Course 45 - by the then Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Steve Gilmore AM, CSC, RAN, in 2011.
Sub Lieutenant Kris Bruton was recently selected for a 117 day embed with the Chilean Navy, set to sail over 15,000 nautical miles from September in Training Ship
The future and present Command Team of 723 Squadron and the Joint Helicopter Training School. Major Anton Leshinskas (Senior Army Instructor 723 Squadron); Commander Pete Wynter (current Commanding Officer 723 Squadron); and Commander Bruce Willington (designated Commanding Officer 723 Squadron).
The second and third Airbus EC-135 helicopters of Joint Project 9000 Phase 7 have arrived in Nowra, New South Wales, and will form one of the key elements of aircrew training for Defence aviators.