Topic: HMAS Creswell
The Royal Australian Naval College at HMAS Creswell has increased its capability to provide accommodation for serving members and their families, with the conversion of an onboard married quarter into fully self-contained live-in accommodation.
The ship’s company of a Royal Australian Navy base south of Sydney have joined forces with the community to clean up a local national park and maintain its beauty.
Royal Australian Navy recruitment posters plastered on walls in 1969 said ‘join the Navy, see the world’, and it delivered in spades for a country teenager excited to face the next step of his life.
Following six months on the road, 4358 kilometres, and nine pairs of joggers, Chief Petty Officer Medic Tristan Harris has successfully trekked across Australia.
Navy has carried on a tradition that was started in 1915 by naming the latest Naval College sail training yacht Franklin III.
A retired Lieutenant Commander who left his mark on generations of Navy personnel has passed away at the age of 95.
A recent graduate of initial officer training at the Royal Australian Naval College was drawn to a Navy lifestyle to increase his engineering knowledge and work in high-end warfare.
A love of the water inspired a Canberra local to buck a family trend of Air Force service and join the Navy instead.
The very first Navy Canteens ‘Excellence in Customer Service’ medallion has been presented to Bronwyn Dzirins, Canteen Supervisor at the HMAS Creswell Canteen, at the Jervis Bay base.
It was a crisp and still Anzac Day morning as first light hit the shores of Jervis Bay, and approximately 2000 visitors gathered for HMAS Creswell’s Anzac Day Dawn Service.