Topic: Anzac Day
L-R: Prime Minister of Australia, The Hon. Malcolm Turnbull MP, Vice Chief of the Australian Defence Force, VADM Ray Griggs, AO, CSC, RAN, and Director of the Australian War Memorial, The Hon. Dr Brendan Nelson, AO, stand during the Australian National Anthem.
After travelling more than 200,000 kilometres during its 20-month tenure, the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience closed in Sydney on 27 April.
LSEW Brooke Gregory, CPOET William Edmondston, WO Jack Parnell, Commanding Officer HMAS Darwin CMDR Phillip Henry and ABBM Amber Phineasa are pictured at the Cenotaph on the Esplanade following the 2017 Anzac Day Dawn Service in Darwin.
In her final year of service, members of HMAS
Darwin’s ship’s company have seized the opportunity to reinforce links with her namesake city.
Cadets from Training Ship Flinders, based at Port Lincoln, South Australia, in front of HMAS Leeuwin during the ship's port visit for Anzac Day.
More than 2,000 people stood alongside the crew of hydrographic ship HMAS
Leeuwin in Port Lincoln for Anzac Day commemorations, and with that level of enthusiasm, no wonder the ship’s company departed with some in tow.
Sub Lieutenant Simon Forster and Midshipman Philip Kingsland sell Anzac badges at ANZ Stadium before the Bulldogs versus Tigers National Rugby League match.
The crew of HMAS
Success have been preparing to sail for the upcoming exercises, but still managed to find time to raise funds for their primary charity, RSL DefenceCare.
The crew of HMAS Newcastle marchs during a Freedom of Entry in the city of Newcastle.
The ship’s company of HMAS
Newcastle was overwhelmed by a show of enthusiasm and public support during a recent visit to their namesake city.
Students from the United States Command and General Staff College visit the Australian War Memorial while on an exchange at the Australia Command and Staff Course, Canberra, Australia. April 24, 2017.
United States Command and General Staff College students have crossed continents and oceans to visit counterparts in Canberra in an exchange program designed to strengthen relationships at the working-level across Allied nations.
May 13, 2017 by ABMT Charles Morrow (author), LEUT Harley Slatter (author), Miss Shehana Friday (photographer)
Lieutenant Danielle Britton, Petty Officer Hydrographic Surveying Mathew Britton and Leading Seaman Hydrographic Surveying Jessica Bishop.
Across Australia and the Tasman, Australian Navy personnel were on hand for Anzac commemorations, ranging from school visits and dawn services, to moments of personal reflection.
April 25, 2017 by LEUT Todd Fitzgerald (author), LSIS Bradley Darvill (photographer), ABIS Steven Thomson (photographer)
Commanding Officer HMAS Arunta Commander Cameron Steil watches over HMAS Arunta's boarding party as it conducts a boarding while on patrol in the Middle East Region.
While many Australians spend Anzac Day off work, Royal Australian Navy personnel around the world will remain on watch, contributing to global security, stability and prosperity.
Midshipman Morgan Groves (left) and Midshipman Jordana McLeod (left) and take time out from their language studies to pay tribute to the fallen on Anzac Day at the Jakarta War Cemetery.
Two Midshipmen have found themselves marking Anzac Day away from the familiar marches and gatherings but each say it was an experience they will remember for years to come.
Able Seaman Combat Systems Operator Toby Pink is seen in the Quarter Deck of HMAS Arunta.
Townsville’s Able Seaman Combat Systems Operator Toby Pink has spent Anzac Day on operations this year as a member of HMAS
Arunta’s ship’s company during her maritime security deployment to the Middle East.