Topic: Training

50th officer intake charts new course

Published on by LCDR Chloe Wootten (author), LSIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, AO, CSC, RAN; David Waller, Rob Waller, and the Commanding Officer of HMAS Creswell Captain Steven Hussey, RAN, with the life ring of Waller Division. (photo: LSIS Yuri Ramsey)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, AO, CSC, RAN; David Waller, Rob Waller, and the Commanding Officer of HMAS Creswell Captain Steven Hussey, RAN, with the life ring of Waller Division.

The 50th New Entry Officers’ Course commenced on 3 February with a significant change in tradition - new names for the Divisions to which the officer trainees belong for the duration of their training.

Resurgent in Mission Readiness

Published on by LEUT Kelli Lunt (author), ABIS Sarah Williams (photographer)

Boarding party members of HMAS Darwin await instructions to disembark personnel during a boarding exercise as part of Darwin's Mission Readiness Evaluation. (photo: ABIS Sarah Williams)

Boarding party members of HMAS Darwin await instructions to disembark personnel during a boarding exercise as part of Darwin's Mission Readiness Evaluation.

HMAS Darwin successfully achieved Mission Readiness following a recent evaluation ahead of the scheduled deployment for Operation SLIPPER.

Emotional reunion 50 years on

Published on by LCDR Chloe Wootten (author)

The 1963 Royal Australian Naval College Graduating Class with the names of the eight Midshipmen who lost their lives within a year of graduation annotated. (photo: Unknown)

The 1963 Royal Australian Naval College Graduating Class with the names of the eight Midshipmen who lost their lives within a year of graduation annotated.

The Royal Australian Naval College ‘Class of 1963’ returned to HMAS Creswell recently to remember shipmates who were lost in two separate naval tragedies.

NUSHIP Canberra’s boarding team achieves key milestone

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Emily Kennedy (author and photographer)

NUSHIP Canberra’s boarding team approaches the DMS training vessel for a scenario based boarding exercise. (photo: LEUT Emily Kennedy)

NUSHIP Canberra’s boarding team approaches the DMS training vessel for a scenario based boarding exercise.

Twenty NUSHIP Canberra personnel recently undertook the initial boarding party course at HMAS Cerberus, satisfying yet another training requirement in preparation for Canberra’s delivery to Navy in 2014.

LHD replica on show for naming ceremony

Published on by LEUT Emily Kennedy (author), ABIS Cassie McBride (photographer)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs and Mrs Cath Beazley officially unveil the name of the scaled version of Navy's Landing Helicopter Dock as Director of Port Ash Australia, Captain Cliff Beazley, watches on at Port Ash, north of Newcastle. (photo: ABIS Cassie McBride)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs and Mrs Cath Beazley officially unveil the name of the scaled version of Navy's Landing Helicopter Dock as Director of Port Ash Australia, Captain Cliff Beazley, watches on at Port Ash, north of Newcastle.

The scaled versions of Navy’s Landing Helicopter Dock and Landing Ship Dock used for ship handling training at the Port Ash Ship Handling Facility near Newcastle have been officially named in an informal ceremony.

Navy signs on with the Australian Maritime College

Published on by LEUT Kelli Lunt (author), Image courtesy of AMC (photographer)

Australian Maritime College. (photo: Image courtesy of AMC)

Australian Maritime College.

A Training Working Group has been formed between the Royal Australian Navy’s Training Force Headquarters and the University of Tasmania - Australian Maritime College.

Navy takes out top honours at ADFA graduation parade

This article has photo gallery Published on by Australian Defence Force Academy (author), Mr John Carroll (photographer)

The Australian Defence Force Academy held its graduation parade on Thursday 12 December 2013. 265 Midshipmen and Officer Cadets graduated from their military training and tertiary education at the Academy. (photo: John Carroll)

The Australian Defence Force Academy held its graduation parade on Thursday 12 December 2013. 265 Midshipmen and Officer Cadets graduated from their military training and tertiary education at the Academy.

Throwing their hats in the air today marked not only the end of their training and studies at the Australian Defence Force Academy but also the start of a new phase in the military careers of 265 Midshipmen and Officer Cadets.

Shoalhaven students set to soar

Published on by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author), Mr Rob Crawford (photographer)

The LongLook vocational program students following their graduation. (photo: Mr Rob Crawford)

The LongLook vocational program students following their graduation.

Seven Shoalhaven students delivered a presentation on the complexities of Bernoulli’s Principle, the Dissymmetry of Lift and Anti-torque to an audience of teachers, careers advisers, Navy personnel, and their families as part of their graduation from LongLook, an intensive naval aviation vocational program for high school students run by HMAS Albatross.

Program guides students looking at a career in naval aviation

Published on by Ms Dallas McMaugh (author)

Local high school students who have taken part in the Naval Aviation Prospects Scheme with Lieutenant Commander Justin Mangan, Director of Training Authority Aviation Commander Tim Standen, course supervisor Chief Petty Officer Glenn smith and former local students and now midshipmen Dylan Hush and Joel Bulley (back row from left) Victoria Pattie (Shoalhaven High),  Matilda Baard (Shoalhaven High), Joel Longworthy (Nowra High), Jayden Cockley (Bomaderry High), Bailey Hooker (Nowra Anglican College). Front Michael Eccles (Bomaderry High) and Lachlann Conway (Shoalhaven High). (photo: Unknown)

Local high school students who have taken part in the Naval Aviation Prospects Scheme with Lieutenant Commander Justin Mangan, Director of Training Authority Aviation Commander Tim Standen, course supervisor Chief Petty Officer Glenn smith and former local students and now midshipmen Dylan Hush and Joel Bulley (back row from left) Victoria Pattie (Shoalhaven High), Matilda Baard (Shoalhaven High), Joel Longworthy (Nowra High), Jayden Cockley (Bomaderry High), Bailey Hooker (Nowra Anglican College). Front Michael Eccles (Bomaderry High) and Lachlann Conway (Shoalhaven High).

Hundreds of students from schools throughout the Shoalhaven visit HMAS Albatross every year to participate in a wide range of vocational programs.

HMAS Tobruk hosts sea-ready NEOCs

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Harrison Ingham (author and photographer), CAPT Robert Knight (photographer)

Sailors launch HMAS Tobruk's Sea Boat while at anchor near Magnetic Island, Townsville. (photo: LEUT INGHAM)

Sailors launch HMAS Tobruk's Sea Boat while at anchor near Magnetic Island, Townsville.

On Sunday 20 October, 65 sea-ready members of the 49th New Entry Officers’ Course (NEOC), or NEOCs as they are affectionately known, embarked on their three-week Sea Training Deployment in HMAS Tobruk (II).