Topic: Navy Engineering

National accolades for Navy innovator

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Andrew Herring (author), ABIS Kieran Dempsey (photographer), ABIS Steven Thomson (photographer), LEUT James Keane (photographer)

Royal Australian Navy officer Lieutenant Harry Hubbert, RAN, with the Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel during Exercise Autonomous Warrior 2018 at HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay. (photo: ABIS Kieran Dempsey)

Royal Australian Navy officer Lieutenant Harry Hubbert, RAN, with the Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel during Exercise Autonomous Warrior 2018 at HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay.

Navy innovation is in the national spotlight, with Engineers Australia naming engineering officer Lieutenant Harry Hubbert among Australia’s Most Innovative Engineers for 2019.

Collective cogs turn at annual Naval Engineering conference

Published on by Ms Rachael Reynolds (author)

Director General Engineering, Commodore Colin Dagg speaks at the 2019 Naval Engineering Community Conference. (photo: )

Director General Engineering, Commodore Colin Dagg speaks at the 2019 Naval Engineering Community Conference.

More than 300 members of the Navy Engineering Community came together in June for the annual Naval Engineering Community Conference.

No breakdown in training on Canberra

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Royal Australian Navy sailors Leading Seaman Electronics Technician Coen Powell (left), and Able Seaman Marine Technician Liam O'Brien work with Australian Army soldier Corporal Craig Gordon on a portable diesel engine while deployed on HMAS Canberra as part of INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019. (photo: LSIS Jake Badior)

Royal Australian Navy sailors Leading Seaman Electronics Technician Coen Powell (left), and Able Seaman Marine Technician Liam O'Brien work with Australian Army soldier Corporal Craig Gordon on a portable diesel engine while deployed on HMAS Canberra as part of INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.

HMAS Canberra’s marine technicians are forging a new path in training their people at sea with the help of a Navy Engineering Challenge container.

Engineering sailor certified for gas turbine expertise

Published on by PO Ann-Maree Anderson (author)

Director General Engineering (Navy), Commodore Colin Dagg (right), congratulates Warrant Officer Nigel Jeffers on earning the Warrant Grade 2 for his expertise in marine gas turbines. (photo: Unknown)

Director General Engineering (Navy), Commodore Colin Dagg (right), congratulates Warrant Officer Nigel Jeffers on earning the Warrant Grade 2 for his expertise in marine gas turbines.

For the first time in the history of Navy’s Marine Engineering branch, a sailor has been granted a warrant to provide expert advice in their specific field of engineering as a ‘Technologist Warrant Holder Grade 2’.

Engineering into a new era

Published on by LCDR Scott Rayner (author), LSIS Kylie Jagiello (photographer)

HMAS Parramatta’s Deputy Weapons Electrical Engineering Officer, LEUT Monica Tabulo (centre right) is presented her Weapons Engineer Charge Qualification Certificate by Director Fleet Engineering, CAPT Grant McLennan, RAN (centre left) and the Weapons Engineer Charge Qualification board from HMAS Canberra. (L-R) Executive Officer CMDR Brett Wescott, RAN; Commander Engineering, CMDR Sean Bowers, RAN; Weapons Electrical Engineering Officer, LCDR Mark Williams; and Engineering Warrant Officer, Warrant Officer Marine Technician Colin Milligan. (photo: LSIS Kylie Jagiello)

HMAS Parramatta’s Deputy Weapons Electrical Engineering Officer, LEUT Monica Tabulo (centre right) is presented her Weapons Engineer Charge Qualification Certificate by Director Fleet Engineering, CAPT Grant McLennan, RAN (centre left) and the Weapons Engineer Charge Qualification board from HMAS Canberra. (L-R) Executive Officer CMDR Brett Wescott, RAN; Commander Engineering, CMDR Sean Bowers, RAN; Weapons Electrical Engineering Officer, LCDR Mark Williams; and Engineering Warrant Officer, Warrant Officer Marine Technician Colin Milligan.

A significant milestone was achieved in the Royal Australian Navy engineering community this month, when the first Engineering Charge Qualification (CQ) Board was conducted at sea on a ship attached to a Joint Task Group.

Technical sailors compete for Engineering Challenge titles

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), POIS Nina Fogliani (photographer), LEUT Ryan Zerbe (photographer)

Head of Navy Engineering, Rear Admiral Colin Lawrence OAM, RAN, addresses competitors following the 2018 Navy Engineering Challenge at HMAS Cerberus. (photo: POIS Nina Fogliani)

Head of Navy Engineering, Rear Admiral Colin Lawrence OAM, RAN, addresses competitors following the 2018 Navy Engineering Challenge at HMAS Cerberus.

More than 50 technical sailors from around Australia have come together at HMAS Cerberus to contest the national final of the 2018 Navy Engineering Challenge.

Recognising technical skills and knowledge of Navy’s engineering community

Published on by Ms Kerrie Moore (author), LSIS Ronnie Baltoft (photographer)

Director General Engineering - Navy, Commodore Colin Dagg, CSC, RAN, at a Navy Engineering Career Continuum Go-Live event held at HMAS Stirling, Western Australia. (photo: LSIS Ronnie Baltoft)

Director General Engineering - Navy, Commodore Colin Dagg, CSC, RAN, at a Navy Engineering Career Continuum Go-Live event held at HMAS Stirling, Western Australia.

The first Mastery assessment cycle has started for the Navy Engineering community.

Fleet Support Unit enhancements assist Navy capability

Published on by Mr Martin Drebber (author), ABIS Steven Thomson (photographer)

Head Navy Engineering, Rear Admiral Colin Lawrence, RAN (centre front), and Navy Engineering Command Warrant Officer, Warrant Officer Christopher Rowley (front centre left), are flanked by Fleet Support Unit Australia and Fleet Support Unit - South East personnel in the workshop at Garden Island, Sydney, after completing HMAS Parramatta's External Maintenance Period. (photo: ABIS Steven Thomson)

Head Navy Engineering, Rear Admiral Colin Lawrence, RAN (centre front), and Navy Engineering Command Warrant Officer, Warrant Officer Christopher Rowley (front centre left), are flanked by Fleet Support Unit Australia and Fleet Support Unit - South East personnel in the workshop at Garden Island, Sydney, after completing HMAS Parramatta's External Maintenance Period.

Navy is rebuilding the Fleet Support Unit (FSU) in order to enhance the capability of technical sailors to conduct maintenance and manufacturing when they are at sea.

Naval engineering staff get a taste of life at sea

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NTB staff prepare to embark HMAS Choules for a day of discovery and information sharing. (photo: Department of Defence)

NTB staff prepare to embark HMAS Choules for a day of discovery and information sharing.

A contingent of 35 Navy engineering staff have sampled an experience in one of the Navy's largest and tallest ships. Commanding Officer HMAS Choules, Commander Scott Houlihan, opened his ship to APS and industry staff across several events during September.

Navy engineers and technical sailors to become masters of their own careers

Published on by Ms Kerrie Moore (author), Department of Defence (photographer)

Information sessions being conducted around Australia are informing military members of their obligations and how the Naval Engineering Career Continuum will benefit them in their future careers. (photo: Department of Defence)

Information sessions being conducted around Australia are informing military members of their obligations and how the Naval Engineering Career Continuum will benefit them in their future careers.

More exciting change is coming for the Royal Australian Navy’s uniform engineering personnel. The Naval Engineering Career Continuum is set to completely redefine how our military members view, and ultimately, direct their own careers.