Topic: HMAS Penguin

Penguin feels the burn for charity

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Todd Fitzgerald (author), WO John O'Brien (photographer)

Penguin Commanding Officer, Commander Ian Campbell, running up Awaba Street, Mosman, with Dougall.
 (photo: WO John O'Brien)

Penguin Commanding Officer, Commander Ian Campbell, running up Awaba Street, Mosman, with Dougall.

Personnel from Sydney base, HMAS Penguin, helped raised $10,000 for sick children during the gruelling Balmoral Burn foot race recently.

 

Young leaders visit Penguin

Published on by WO John O'Brien (author and photographer)

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Senior high school students and their teachers from Sydney’s north recently had an up close look at Navy when they visited HMAS Penguin for a Youth Leadership Forum.

Penguin on hand at Balmoral Swim

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Commanding Officer of HMAS Penguin, Commander Ian Campbell, following the presentation of the Penguin Shield to the winners, the Castle Hill RSL Dolphins Swim Club. (photo: WO John O'Brien)

Commanding Officer of HMAS Penguin, Commander Ian Campbell, following the presentation of the Penguin Shield to the winners, the Castle Hill RSL Dolphins Swim Club.

HMAS Penguin personnel have again provided support to the annual Balmoral Swim community fundraiser at Balmoral Beach held on 13 March.

Navy training for a brave new world

Published on by LEUT John Cole (author), ABIS Chantell Brown (photographer)

Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin Commander Paul Gall (left) presents Chief Petty Officer Benjamin White with an Australia Day Medallion at  HMAS Penguin.  (photo: ABIS Chantell Brown)

Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin Commander Paul Gall (left) presents Chief Petty Officer Benjamin White with an Australia Day Medallion at HMAS Penguin.

The presentation of an Australia Day Medallion has recognised the energy and drive to transform training systems at the Navy's Hydrographic School.

Penguin continues to build on rich heritage

Published on by WO John O'Brien (author), ABIS Chantell Brown (author)

Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin Commander Paul Gall presents Commander Ian Campbell with the Penguin memento and the title of Commanding Officer during a ceremony held at HMAS Penguin. (photo: ABIS Chantell Brown)

Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin Commander Paul Gall presents Commander Ian Campbell with the Penguin memento and the title of Commanding Officer during a ceremony held at HMAS Penguin.

Leadership of one of Sydney's iconic naval bases passed to new command in a unique ceremony in late January.

Rough seas no problem during a great day out

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Staff from HMAS Penguin were keen supporters of  the annual Australian Surf Rowing League carnival at Manly Beach last month. (photo: unknown)

Staff from HMAS Penguin were keen supporters of the annual Australian Surf Rowing League carnival at Manly Beach last month.

The Navy has continued its long-standing support of community water sports, with a high-profile turnout for a surfboat carnival in Sydney last month.

Sydney Navy personnel thank their neighbours in style

This article has photo gallery Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), ABIS Richard Cordell (photographer)

Sydney Detachment of the Royal Australian Navy Band performs as the Australian White Ensign is lowered during HMAS Penguin's annual Community Reception and Ceremonial Sunset. (photo: ABIS Richard Cordell)

Sydney Detachment of the Royal Australian Navy Band performs as the Australian White Ensign is lowered during HMAS Penguin's annual Community Reception and Ceremonial Sunset.

The Royal Australian Navy's enduring ties to Sydney were on display recently, with north shore locals treated to a stirring display of pomp and pageantry.

Bridging the gap for youth in crisis

Published on by CMDR Chloe Wootten (author), WO John O'Brien (photographer)

A copy of the Sir David Martin book in the foreground with the 80 ladies playing bridge in the Sir David Martin Mess at HMAS Penguin. (photo: WO John O'Brien)

A copy of the Sir David Martin book in the foreground with the 80 ladies playing bridge in the Sir David Martin Mess at HMAS Penguin.

HMAS Penguin in Sydney has a special association with a charity that helps young people in crisis.

Penguin supports Relay for Life

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The Penguin team carry the hauser (rope) around  the oval for a couple of laps at Relay for Life, Manly.  The hauser was also used in the Tug a War. (photo: WOIS John O'Brien)

The Penguin team carry the hauser (rope) around the oval for a couple of laps at Relay for Life, Manly. The hauser was also used in the Tug a War.

Eight members of HMAS Penguin's ship's company recently raised over $1,600 for cancer survivors and sufferers at the Northern Beaches Relay for Life.

Cameragal Country recognised at HMAS Penguin

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Indigenous Elder Mr Laurie Bimson performs a smoking ceremony at the unveiling of the Acknowledgement of Country plaque as part of NAIDOC Week, at HMAS Penguin, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Chantell Brown)

Indigenous Elder Mr Laurie Bimson performs a smoking ceremony at the unveiling of the Acknowledgement of Country plaque as part of NAIDOC Week, at HMAS Penguin, Sydney.

An ‘Acknowledgement of Country’ plaque was unveiled at HMAS Penguin, Mosman, today as part of ‘National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee’ (NAIDOC) Week.