Topic: HMAS Melbourne (F05)
When a Queanbeyan local left his hairdressing salon in Canberra to join the Navy he never expected to be doing his old trade on a warship in the middle of the Arabian Sea.
A Sunshine Coast man, Lieutenant Chris Starling, has taken his love of flying to a new level in the Middle East with the Royal Australian Navy.
It’s the eyes in the sky that give HMAS Melbourne its long-range advantage in the war against drugs.
North Queenslander Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Trey Norway is helping stop the illegal drug trade in the Arabian Sea.
A Novacastrian's desire for big challenges and a little discipline have resulted in an international career with the Royal Australian Navy.
Life as a sailor may not be as glamorous as it is sometimes depicted in the movies, but on the other hand it sure isn’t mundane.
Its a flurry of action for a fitness fanatic on a warship patrolling the Arabian Gulf.
HMAS Melbourne’s crew has seized 427 kilograms of heroin hidden in a fishing dhow carrying the illegal drugs across the Indian Ocean.
Able Seaman Marine Technician Franceen Ketchell has achieved some significant milestones in her relatively short Navy career.
HMAS Melbourne is hard at work on her first Operation MANITOU patrol of her current deployment with the multi-national Combined Maritime Forces in the Middle East and northern Indian Ocean.