Topic: HMAS Harman
Petty Officer Kristie Cotton, helps clean up the entrance to HMAS Harman for Clean Up Australia Day.
A combined effort of 40 Navy, Army and Air Force members spent last an afternoon helping make their workplace and surrounds beautiful by participating in the Clean up Australia campaign recently.
October 28, 2014 by LEUT Kiz Burtenshaw (author), LSIS Lee-Anne Mack (author), SGT William Guthrie (photographer)
Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, left, accompanied by Commanding Officer HMAS Harman, Commander Jayne Craig, RAN, right, with members of the Women's Royal Australian Naval Service Association, from left, Mrs Elinor Swan, Mrs Judith Rowe and Mrs Jean Hysen at a service held at the WRANS Memorial, HMAS Harman.
Women’s Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Navy members, both past and present, come together in October each year at HMAS
Harman to remember and honour the sacrifices and accomplishments that women have made through their service to Australia.
Joint Health Command Psychologist, Liz O'Neill, speaks to Defence members and their families about mental health issues.
Harman conducted a Youth Mental Health Awareness Session last week as the first of a number of joint initiatives by the Harman command team and Defence Community Organisation.
Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN and Petty Officer Kevin West unveil an ‘Acknowledgement of Country’ plaque at HMAS Harman, recognising the Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander service men and women who have contributed to the defence of Australia.
Harman held a small but important NAIDOC Week ceremony yesterday to unveil an ‘Acknowledgement of Country’ plaque, recognising the Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander service men and women who have contributed to the defence of Australia.
Commander Lisa Batchler (left) hands the HMAS Harman 'weight' and command of HMAS Harman to Commander Jayne Craig.
As most HMA ships and establishments were winding down from a busy year, the team at HMAS
Harman were busily preparing for a handover of Command.
Lieutenant Commander Annette Nelson, RAN, and Commodore Peter Laver, RAN, at the launch of LCDR Nelson's book 'HMAS Harman 1943-2013'.
Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Annette Nelson launched her third book on the history of HMAS
Harman last week.
Captain Michele Miller, RAN, delivers the address at the Women's Royal Australian Naval Service (WRANS) Memorial Service at HMAS Harman on 19 October 2013.
The vital contribution women have made to the Navy was remembered at a recent Women’s Royal Australian Naval Service (WRANS) Memorial Service at HMAS
Indigenous sailors gather together at HMAS Harman for the 2013 DATSIN Annual Conference, (L-R) AB Lateika Smith, PO Sam Shepard, LS Daniel Cunningham, LS Erol Williams, CPO Ray Rosendale, PO Glen Hall, CPO Jerry Savage, and CMDR Chris Curtis.
Over 100 Defence members from around Australia attended the annual Defence Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Network (DATSIN) conference at HMAS
Harman on 19-21 August.
Members of the Women’s Royal Australian Naval Service (WRANS) swab the decks at HMAS Harman in 1945.
It’s almost 70 years since Royal Australian Navy Wireless/Transmitting Station Canberra commissioned as HMAS
Harman on 1 July 1943.