Topic: Recruit School
Recruit George Oram, left, and his brother Seaman Electronic Technician Trainee Jack Oram at Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
The Royal Australian Navy Recruit Training School recently farewelled 137 graduates from General Entry Intake 380 Shipp Division, after 11 weeks of initial entry training, at HMAS
Cerberus in Victoria.
From left, Recruit Dylan Hahn, Recruit Bodhi Greenham, Recruit Mitchell Rose and Teekay Shipping Steward Tess Neumann who were all winched in MRH-90 Poseidon 15.
The Multi Role Aviation Training Vessel MV
Sycamore is responsible for providing training to a variety of Navy and Defence organisations.
Published on April 11, 2019 by LEUT Ben Willee and CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), POIS Nina Fogliani (photographer), CPL Mark Dowling (photographer)
Deputy Chief of Navy, Rear Admiral Mark Hammond, AM, RAN, with Warrant Officer Jo Jordan OAM, after officially renaming the Sabroan Club at the Royal Australian Navy Recruit School the 'Jordan Club'.
One of Navy’s most respected senior sailors has been honoured with her own club, named after her in a ceremony at HMAS
General Entry 367 Emms Division celebrate on completion of their graduation ceremony held at Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
The final batch of Navy’s new sailors for 2018 are ready to progress their careers following the graduation of General Entry 367.
General Entry 366 graduates Recruit Riley Surendra-Nicholas with his step father, Chief Petty Officer Ross Bagnall; and Recruit Noah Gray with his dad, Lieutenant Commander Dallas Gray, during the General Entry 366 Rogers Division Graduation Ceremony held at Recruit School of HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
At their Ceremonial Sunset Recruit School Graduation, General Entry 366 Rogers Division wowed their audience with an impressive display of parade drill culminating in a precise rendition of ‘beat to quarters’.
Recruit Instructor, Leading Seaman Kristy Clark (left) and Command Warrant Officer- Recruit School, Warrant Officer Peter Leech discuss the range of positions available at Recruit School during a presentation in the R1 Theatrette at Russell Offices, ACT.
The call for a select group of sailors and officers has gone out across Navy during a Recruit School tour to draft new instructors.
April 06, 2018 by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), LSIS Nina Fogliani (photographer), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer)
General Entry 359 Shipp Division celebrate the completion of their Graduation Ceremony held at Recruit School, HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
One hundred and twenty nine proud people from around Australia marked the first major milestone in their naval careers last week as they graduated from the Royal Australian Navy’s Recruit School.
Hundreds of sailors exit Flinders Street Station ahead of taking part in the 2018 Anzac Day march through Melbourne.
The Royal Australian Navy has marched through the heart of Melbourne with a 1000-strong contingent to mark Anzac Day.
Reviewing Officer for the Graduation Parade, Commodore Training Commodore Justin Jones, CSC, RAN with graduates from General Entry 358 Emms Division, from left, Recruits Bethany East, Ashley Buurveld, Caroline Greene and Lachlan Meuron.
Bonds forged in the Navy Cadets have led four sailors into full-time careers after graduating from the Royal Australian Navy Recruit course.
Commander Luke Ryan hands the sword of the first Recruit School Commanding Officer to his successor, Commander Andrew Hough.
Commander Andrew Hough has assumed command of the Royal Australian Navy’s Recruit School at HMAS
Cerberus — often dubbed ‘the cradle of the Navy’ — succeeding Commander Luke Ryan.