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NUSHIP Canberra joins forces with the University of Canberra Brumbies

Published on by LSIS Helen Frank (author), LSIS Jayson Tufrey (photographer)

Members of NUSHIP Canberra's ship's company, from left, Private Jackson Phillips; Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Charanpreet Anand; Seaman Combat Systems Operator Jack Williams; Mascot Brumby Jack; Chief Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Steward Sally-Anne Plewis; and Commander Nathan Robb, RAN; on the field at Canberra Stadium. (photo: )

Members of NUSHIP Canberra's ship's company, from left, Private Jackson Phillips; Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Charanpreet Anand; Seaman Combat Systems Operator Jack Williams; Mascot Brumby Jack; Chief Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Steward Sally-Anne Plewis; and Commander Nathan Robb, RAN; on the field at Canberra Stadium.

The University of Canberra Brumbies and Navy’s first Landing Helicopter Dock Ship, NUSHIP Canberra, have committed to continuing the strong relationship once shared between the last HMAS Canberra and ACT Brumbies Rugby.

Australian submarine hunted by five powers

Published on by CAPT Bradley Richardson (author)

Exercise BERSAMA SHIELD 2014 ships in formation, led by HMAS Sheean.  (photo: KD Jebat)

Exercise BERSAMA SHIELD 2014 ships in formation, led by HMAS Sheean.

Royal Australian Navy submarine HMAS Sheean has been hunted from the air and sea as part of Exercise BERSAMA SHIELD off the Malay Peninsula.

Navy Chief says diversity is essential to optimal capability

Published on by Mr Pup Elliott (author and photographer)

The Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, AO, CSC , RAN chairs the inaugural  meeting  of the Navy’s Diversity Forum at HMAS Creswell on 31 May 2014. With him are (left) Deputy Chief of Navy, Rear Admiral Michael van Balen,  Warrant Officer Stuart O'Brien, Captain Mona Shindy; (right) Chief Petty Officer Ray Rosendale, Commander Wendy Gould and Warrant Officer of the Navy Martin Holzberger.  (photo: Mr Pup Elliott)

The Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, AO, CSC , RAN chairs the inaugural meeting of the Navy’s Diversity Forum at HMAS Creswell on 31 May 2014. With him are (left) Deputy Chief of Navy, Rear Admiral Michael van Balen, Warrant Officer Stuart O'Brien, Captain Mona Shindy; (right) Chief Petty Officer Ray Rosendale, Commander Wendy Gould and Warrant Officer of the Navy Martin Holzberger.

The Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, has met with his advisors on Women’s, Indigenous, Islamic, and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) issues at the inaugural Navy Diversity Forum at HMAS Creswell.

Navy’s ‘Fighting Chance’

Published on by LEUT Des Paroz (author), LSIS Paul McCallum (photographer), ABIS Kayla Hayes (photographer)

Lieutenant Colonel Paul Manoel is treated for a simulated neck injury by the Maritime Operational Health Unit (MOHU) staff Leading Seaman Stephanie Houldsworth, Lieutenant Megan Hoare and Chief Petty Officer Paul Mayer as HMAS Choules conducts a damage control exercise with a simulated fire in the back-up diesel generator and simulated casualties on the forecastle of the ship. (photo: LSIS Paul McCallum)

Lieutenant Colonel Paul Manoel is treated for a simulated neck injury by the Maritime Operational Health Unit (MOHU) staff Leading Seaman Stephanie Houldsworth, Lieutenant Megan Hoare and Chief Petty Officer Paul Mayer as HMAS Choules conducts a damage control exercise with a simulated fire in the back-up diesel generator and simulated casualties on the forecastle of the ship.

The Officer in Charge of Navy’s Maritime Operational Health Unit, Commander Alison Thomas, projects a passion for her unit and the important capability it is building in support of Australia’s amphibious operations and humanitarian assistance/disaster relief requirements.

HMAS Sydney benefits from an ‘age’ of experience

Published on by LCDR Jeremy Richardson (author), LSIS Dove Smithett (photographer)

The 'Magnificent Seven' on 02 Deck of HMAS Sydney during Exercise BERSAMA SHIELD 2014. L-R: Chief Petty Officer Combat Systems Supervisor Scott Christie; Leading Seaman Communication Information Systems Roger Dalby; Chief Petty Officer Marine Technician Kerry Ross; Warrant Officer Clearance Diver Matthew Hurley; Chief Petty Officer Electronics Technician Tony Burchill,; Chief Petty Officer Electronics Technician Ron Palmer; and Chief Petty Officer Coxswain Dave Biddle. (photo: LSIS Dove Smithett)

The 'Magnificent Seven' on 02 Deck of HMAS Sydney during Exercise BERSAMA SHIELD 2014. L-R: Chief Petty Officer Combat Systems Supervisor Scott Christie; Leading Seaman Communication Information Systems Roger Dalby; Chief Petty Officer Marine Technician Kerry Ross; Warrant Officer Clearance Diver Matthew Hurley; Chief Petty Officer Electronics Technician Tony Burchill,; Chief Petty Officer Electronics Technician Ron Palmer; and Chief Petty Officer Coxswain Dave Biddle.

It is a mark of pride that one of the Royal Australian Navy’s ‘Magnificent Seven’, HMAS Sydney (IV), hosts a veritable age of experience in her ranks with a magnificent seven of her own.

HMAS Parramatta visits Noumea ahead of Operation SOLANIA patrol

Published on by Ms Natalie Staples (author), ABIS Richard Cordell (photographer)

HMAS Parramatta prepares to berth in Noumea, New Caledonia, during a port visit as part of Operation SOLANIA. (photo: ABIS Richard Cordell)

HMAS Parramatta prepares to berth in Noumea, New Caledonia, during a port visit as part of Operation SOLANIA.

Royal Australian Navy ship HMAS Parramatta visited Noumea, New Caledonia between Friday 27 and Sunday 29 June before commencing a patrol as part of Operation SOLANIA.

HMAS Parramatta departs for the South Pacific

Published on by LEUT Des Paroz (author), ABIS Richard Cordell (photographer)

Crew from HMAS Parramatta line up on the flight deck as the ship departs Sydney Harbour for Operation SOLANIA. (photo: ABIS Richard Cordell)

Crew from HMAS Parramatta line up on the flight deck as the ship departs Sydney Harbour for Operation SOLANIA.

The Royal Australian Navy Frigate HMAS Parramatta departed Sydney this week on a three week deployment to the South Pacific, as part of Australia’s Operation SOLANIA.

Bringing the search for MH370 to the world

This article has photo gallery Published on by CPOIS David Connolly (author and photographer), ABIS Julianne Cropley (photographer), ABIS Chris Beerens (photographer)

Chief Petty Officer Imagery Specialist David Connolly captures vision of HMAS Toowoomba as it moves into station on HMAS Success' port side as the two ships prepare for a Replenishment at Sea during Operation SOUTHERN INDIAN OCEAN. (photo: ABIS Julianne Cropley)

Chief Petty Officer Imagery Specialist David Connolly captures vision of HMAS Toowoomba as it moves into station on HMAS Success' port side as the two ships prepare for a Replenishment at Sea during Operation SOUTHERN INDIAN OCEAN.

With the world watching and eagerly waiting for any information regarding missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, it was the Royal Australian Navy’s Imagery Specialists and Public Relations Officers who became the maritime storytellers.

Defence team removes potential hazard in Kiribati

Published on by MAJ Cameron Jamieson (author), SGT Hamish Paterson (photographer)

Clearance Divers from the Royal Australian Navy's Clearance Diving Team One and members of the Republic of Kiribati Maritime Police head out to the site of a suspect object. (photo: SGT Hamish Paterson)

Clearance Divers from the Royal Australian Navy's Clearance Diving Team One and members of the Republic of Kiribati Maritime Police head out to the site of a suspect object.

Royal Australian Navy Clearance Divers have successfully disposed of a suspect object in Betio Lagoon off South Tarawa, in the Republic of Kiribati.

Navy Divers on mission to dispose of suspected WWII sea mine in Kiribati

Published on by Australian Defence Force (author), The Dive Centre Pty Ltd Fiji (photographer)

A suspected explosive remnant of war was discovered near the main wharf in Betio Lagoon, South Tarawa in the Republic of Kiribati. (photo: The Dive Centre Pty Ltd Fiji)

A suspected explosive remnant of war was discovered near the main wharf in Betio Lagoon, South Tarawa in the Republic of Kiribati.

A team of Australian Defence Force personnel has headed to the Pacific Island nation of Kiribati to dispose of a suspected World War II sea mine, discovered beneath a sunken vessel that is being salvaged by commercial operators in Betio Lagoon, South Tarawa.