Topic: Indo-Pacific Endeavour
Sub Lieutenant Bruce Mills, Able Seaman Darren Young, Petty Officer Mark Skinner and Lieutenant Commander Hamish Frazer onboard HMAS Toowoomba off the Timor-Leste capital city Dili.
Toowoomba and Adelaide recently joined HMAS Darwin off the Timor-Leste capital of Dili on the 18th anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy Task Force arrival for Operation INTERFET in 1999.
Eleven junior Warfare Officers under training have embarked on HMAS Darwin for a journey that will take them through the full range of experiences they are likely to encounter on a warship at sea.
Darwin participates in Indo-Pacific Endeavour, she carries with her a group of the Navy’s future leaders.
Ashlie Pedere, Leading Seaman Communications and Information Systems Danica Taylor, Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Jhana Smith and Wenilie Pedere during a visit by the crew of HMAS Adelaide to the Amazing Grace Refuge Home in Dinalupihan, Philippines.
For one group of Filipino orphans, a visit by Australian Defence Force members and a tour of HMAS
Adelaide brought a time of high excitement into their challenging lives.
School students from the Tuanku Ja'afar Technical Institute are provided a tour by members of HMAS Adelaide at Klang, Malaysia, during a port visit as part of Indo-Pacific Endeavour 17.
More than 300 school students were treated to ship tours during HMAS
Adelaide’s recent visit to Port Klang, Malaysia.
A crew of 10 from HMAS Darwin visits United Voice in Section 17, Petaling Jaya on their off-day after docking at Port Klang, to help the centre with repainting and general maintenance.
Royal Australian Navy personnel from HMAS
Darwin have helped with some much-needed maintenance work at a centre for people with intellectual disabilities in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Published on October 28, 2017 by WO Christopher Garner (author), POET Scott O'Donohue (photographer)
ABML-P Mazziota instructs a yoga class on the flight deck while HMAS Toowoomba conducts her transit home to Fleet Base West after her IPE 17 deployment.
Seagoing deployments have not stopped one proactive and enthusiastic sailor from bringing her passion for fitness with her – and she is converting a ship’s company in the process.
October 26, 2017 by LEUT Theresa Swift (author), POML-C William Millward (photographer)
Soccer players from HMAS Sirius and the Royal Malaysian Navy after a friendly match in Kuantan, Malaysia.
Sirius arrived in Kuantan, Malaysia recently to conduct a port visit as part of the Indo-Pacific Endeavour task group deployment.
HMAS Toowoomba players in the purple and yellow rugby shirts pose with their opponents from the Royal Malaysian Navy in a friendly match at Lumut, Malaysia.
In a sultry twilight rugby match held on Lumut Naval Base in Malaysia, HMAS
Toowoomba’s rugby team took on the might of the Royal Malaysian Navy team, the ‘Orcas’.
Soccer players from HMAS Sirius in a game against HMAS Melbourne in Singapore as part of IPE17.
The conditions could not have been better for a hotly contested game of soccer between HMA Ship’s
Melbourne and Sirius, during a recent port visit in Singapore.
Published on September 30, 2017 by WO Christopher Garner (author), SMNET Brandon Gilroy (photographer)
Lieutenant Commander Richard Carter points out affected compartments on the Damage Control board on HMAS Toowoomba, part of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Joint Task Group, Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2017.
Emergencies can and will happen at sea with no warning so that is why it is important for onboard damage control training to be efficient as possible – a task every Australian Navy warship practices daily.