Topic: HMAS Adelaide (L01)
Fleet Support Unit - South East sailors and officers with BAE Systems staff surround the upgraded Advanced Stabilised Glide Slope Indicator on the flight deck onboard HMAS Adelaide.
Industry collaboration and knowledge gained while on exchange with the United States Navy have secured important self-defence and aviation capability upgrades for HMAS
L-R: Midshipman (MIDN) James Thompson, MIDN Harrison MacNeill, Seaman John Roberts, MIDN Lloyd Skinner, MIDN Anna Roberts and MIDN Lane Wilson on HMAS Adelaide's flight deck as the ship returned to Garden Island after three weeks at sea.
Navy Gap Year Sailors and Officers recently had their first sea-time experience aboard the RAN's largest ship, HMAS
Adelaide, setting sail for de-ammunitioning in Eden, and patrol exercises in Bass Strait.
LS Ronald Turner and PO Jason Juillerat from HMAS Adelaide’s Marine Engineering team work to replace a valve from the ship’s ballast system.
Adelaide’s unique amphibious capability was challenged during her recent period at sea as a leak on a seawater pipeline threatened to impact on docking operations.
May 20, 2020 by LEUT Geoff Long (author), LSIS Shane Cameron (photographer), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer)
Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Malik El-Leissy on the aft door of the loading well dock of HMAS Adelaide during diving operations.
The Queensland coast provided a picture perfect training ground for HMAS
Adelaide’s dive team to conduct essential training and keep their diving qualifications current.
May 17, 2020 by LEUT Geoff Long (author), LSIS Shane Cameron (photographer), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer)
An Australian Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter conducts deck landing practice as part of essential training on board HMAS Adelaide off the coast of Queensland.
Adelaide has recently provided a platform for Army CH-47 Chinook helicopters from the 5th Aviation Regiment in Townsville to conduct training at sea.
Published on May 02, 2020 by SBLT Joseph Melbin (author), LSIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer)
Able Seaman Marine Technician Scott Soeberg conducts routine checks in the engineering spaces aboard HMAS Adelaide.
Adelaide moved towards conclusion of First of Class Flight Trials off the coast of Queensland, her 130-strong engineering team had reason to look proudly back at their achievements during the challenging maintenance period that preceded the trials.
Lieutenant Commander Michael Hardy is currently completing reserve time onboard HMAS Adelaide as an MH-60 Romeo test pilot for the Aircraft Maintenance and Flight Trials Unit.
Flying helicopters for the Royal Australian Navy is a childhood dream come true for Lieutenant Commander Michael Hardy - he grew up watching Westland Sea King and Douglas A4 Skyhawk aircraft fly overhead from nearby HMAS
Petty Officer Marine Technician Jim Schacht will send a message to his wife and mother of his two children while serving at sea on HMAS Adelaide this Mother's Day.
Mother’s Day is traditionally a day when Petty Officer Marine Technician Jim Schacht and his two kids go out of their way to show wife and mother Amber how much she is loved.
Seaman Aviation Support Georgia Bronkhorst holds photos of her two children and mother while standing on the flight deck of HMAS Adelaide.
When Seaman Aviation Support Georgia Bronkhorst says she has her mother to thank for being able to serve at sea, she’s not exaggerating.
April 16, 2020 by LCDR Christopher Thornton (author), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer)
Petty Officer Aviation Technician Avionics Nicholas Simmons of the Aircraft Maintenance and Flight Trials Unit enters test flight data from an MH-60R helicopter into the computer onboard HMAS Adelaide.
First of Class Flight Trials on HMAS
Adelaide are providing the ship’s Aviation Support team with vital training and the Royal Australian Navy with increased operational capability.