Topic: Indo-Pacific Endeavour
Deputy Chief of Army Major General Anthony Rawlins, DSC (third from left), and Australian Ambassador to Vietnam His Excellency Mr Craig Chittick, OAM (fifth from left), stand with members of Joint Task Force 661 during a visit to HMAS Canberra in Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam, as part of INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
The Deputy Chief of Army has received a demonstration of the capabilities of soldiers on board HMAS Canberra for INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019 (IPE19).
Leading Seaman Communications and Information Systems Candice Beech from Joint Task Force 661 hands out gifts to students from Thai Nguyen Secondary School in Nha Trang, Vietnam during a visit for INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
When members of the INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019 Joint Task Force entered the gates of Thai Nguyen Secondary School in Nha Trang, Vietnam, they were surprised and humbled at the reception from more than 1000 cheering children.
May 18, 2019 by LEUT John Thompson (author), LSIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer)
HMAS Success conducts a Replenishment at Sea with USNS Pecos in the approach lanes of the Singapore Straits during INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
In the approach lanes of one of the busiest sea traffic waterways in the world, the INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019 Joint Task Force has fuelled up for the final leg of the major Australian Defence Force activity.
Royal Australian Navy sailors Leading Seaman Electronics Technician Coen Powell (left), and Able Seaman Marine Technician Liam O'Brien work with Australian Army soldier Corporal Craig Gordon on a portable diesel engine while deployed on HMAS Canberra as part of INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
Canberra’s marine technicians are forging a new path in training their people at sea with the help of a Navy Engineering Challenge container.
Chief of Air Force, Air Marshal Leo Davies, AO, CSC, (centre) with Senior Officers from the Royal Thai Armed Forces and dignitaries on the flight deck of HMAS Canberra while at anchor in Phuket, Thailand for INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
When the Chief of Air Force (CAF) arrived on HMAS
Canberra off the coast of Thailand, he wore a Navy shirt over his uniform.
Royal Australian Navy sailor Able Seaman Marine Technician Liam O'Brien mentors Royal New Zealand Navy sailor Ordinary Marine Technician Sam Marsh (front left) on board HMAS Canberra during INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
Some Royal New Zealand Navy marine technicians are getting their first taste of sea life in HMAS
Canberra (III) as part of INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
Published on May 15, 2019 by FLTLT Bel Scott (author), LSIS Steven Thomson (photographer), LSIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer)
HMA Ships Canberra (L02) and Newcastle (06) sail in formation during AUSINDEX 2019.
HMAS Newcastle continues to provide the critical role of primary defence for HMAS Canberra and the wider protection for the INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019 (IPE19) fleet.
HMAS Newcastle transits the Strait of Malacca during INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
Newcastle, in company with the INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019 flagship HMAS Canberra (III), has made her final transit through the busiest and most complex waters in the world: the Malacca and Singapore Straits.
May 13, 2019 by LCDR Dallas Gray and LEUT John Thompson (author), LSIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer)
Personnel from the Royal Australian Navy and Royal Malaysian Navy gather after a friendly competition of futsal and volleyball during HMAS Success’ port visit to Klang in Malaysia as a part of INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
The ‘First Lady’ of the Royal Australian Navy’s Fleet conducted a successful visit to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to extend the hand of friendship and strengthen ties with Malaysia.
Eight members of the Marine Engineering Department are joined by senior engineers and the Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Grogan, CSM, RAN, (second from left) on board HMAS Success after receiving their Marine Technician Operator Qualifications during the ship’s final deployment on INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
Success may be approaching the end of her working life, eight members of her crew have taken advantage of her final voyage to become qualified marine technician operators.