Topic: Defence Force Recruiting
September 09, 2020 by ABETSM Lincoln Commane (author), LSIS Ronnie Baltoft (photographer)
Royal Australian Navy Gap Year sailor Seaman Samantha Lindsay with a pair of torpedo tubes in the weapons engineering workshop at Fleet Support Unit - West at Fleet Base West, WA.
Since the beginning of 2020, HMAS
Stirling has hosted 16 personnel from the Navy Gap Year Program, as they try their hand at a career in the Royal Australian Navy.
Captain Nick Woodley presents an appointment certificate during the New Entry Officers’ Course enlistment ceremony held at HMAS Moreton.
Moreton welcomed 130 guests to the stunning backdrop of the Brisbane River for Defence Force Recruiting to conduct its first New Entry Officers’ Course enlistment ceremony for 2020.
Leading Seaman Aircrewmen Sam Greenland (left) and Clare Lassam on the flight line at 725 Squadron, HMAS Albatross.
Navy members are getting behind the Deputy Chief of Navy’s Recruiting Video Competition with a number of submissions already being received ahead of the 30 November deadline.
Able Seaman Nathan Downes is a Marine Technician Submariner currently posted to HMAS Stirling. Nathan will guide the winners of the 2020 National Submarine Tour and Competition as they board a Submarine and live a day in the life of a Navy Submariner.
Aspiring Royal Australian Navy Submariners have the chance to win the experience of a lifetime as part of the 2020 National Submarine Tour Competition, open to Australian civilians aged 18 to 35 years old.
Defence Force Recruiting (DFR) was recognised for Marketing Excellence in Social Media - ACT at the recent Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) Annual Awards Evening in Melbourne.
The Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) has recognised Defence Force Recruiting (DFR) for Marketing Excellence in Social Media - ACT at its Annual Awards Evening in Melbourne.
Screen shot from a video compiled from Navy submarine community vision.
Ever thought of directing or starring in your own film? Navy members are being invited to submit videos showcasing their life-in-service as part of a project that recognises everyone in Navy can play an important role in recruitment.
February 19, 2019 by LEUT Gary McHugh (author), POIS James Whittle (photographer), CPOIS Damian Pawlenko (photographer), POIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer), LSIS Richard Cordell (photographer)
Navy submariners and competition winners stand on the casing of Collins class submarine HMAS Sheean during a tour of HMAS Stirling, Western Australia. L-R: Katelyn Mayne, Sarah Cox, Jack Evans, Able Seaman Electronic Warfare Submarines Kale Vassallo, Damon Dawson, Melvin Wong, Leading Seaman Electronics Technician Submarines Leon Bromley, Noah Edberg, Kirkley Whiting, Leading Seaman Communications and Information Systems Submarines Casey Seizovic and Tahlia Purdie.
A group of eight young people with submarine careers in their sights were treated to a close-up encounter with a Collins class submarine at Australia’s largest Navy base recently as part of a national competition run by Defence Force Recruiting.
Women in Navy Technical Trades Camp participant Riley Fletcher welding with Fleet Support Unit at HMAS Cairns.
Twelve young women with a keen interest in mechanical and technical trades from across Australia recently attended the Women in Navy Technical Trades Camp at HMAS
Seaman Combat Systems Operator Trang Tang at Fleet Base West, Western Australia.
Just months after joining the Navy, Seaman Combat Systems Operator Trang Tang has graduated from her basic course and is now a vital part of the maritime warfare team in HMAS
Defence Force Recruiting candidates on the gangway of HMAS Waller at Fleet Base East.
During a recent visit to the east coast of the Australian continent, the crew of Collins class submarine, HMAS
Waller opened the hatches to shed some light on those who sail the depths.