Topic: HMAS Cerberus
One of the Royal Australian Navy’s most unusual units - the last to leave the Gallipoli Peninsula - has been recognised during a small service in Melbourne.
More than 50 sailors and soldiers have joined Operation RESOLUTE following intensive Transit Security Element (TSE) training at HMAS Cerberus.
A Navy Chaplain has been awarded the Australia Day Medallion in recognition of his outstanding contribution to development and execution of the Living Well program at HMAS Cerberus.
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.
The annual Navy Engineering Challenge finals were recently held at HMAS Cerberus, as part of Engineering Training Week.
Navy’s ‘try before you buy’ program provided experiences a lifetime which are now the basis for a career in electronic warfare for one sailor.
A 20-foot shipping container on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, helps the Australian Navy run one of the world’s few remaining shore-to-sea live firing training sites.
The lure of an adventurous and an unrivalled career was enough motivation for a recruit to ‘pull out all the stops’ before heading to HMAS Cerberus for the 11 weeks of Recruit School.
The power of the number seven was widely discussed by one particular family at the recent Recruit School Graduation parade for GE 357 in HMAS Cerberus.
The Australian Navy has continued efforts to provide clear career pathways for Indigenous Australians, through participation in the fifth Defence Indigenous Pre-Recruit Program.