May 19, 2020 by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), POIS Tom Gibson (photographer), LSIS Shane Cameron (photographer), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer), ABIS Benjamin Ricketts (photographer)
The crew of HMAS Sydney (V) 'cheer ship' inside Jervis Bay, NSW following the ship's commissioning ceremony at sea.
The Royal Australian Navy has welcomed its newest Air Warfare Destroyer into the Fleet in the first commissioning of an Australian warship at sea since the Second World War.
Members of the ship's company march on board during HMAS Brisbane's commissioning ceremony held at Garden Island, Sydney.
The Royal Australian Navy welcomed a new ship into the fleet today, with the commissioning of the guided missile destroyer, HMAS
Royal Australian Navy officers and sailors of 822X Squadron on parade during the commissioning ceremony at HMAS Albatross.
Today’s commissioning ceremony at HMAS
Albatross marked a major milestone in the Royal Australian Navy’s capability to operate unmanned aerial systems in the maritime domain.
Chief Petty Officer Brendan Smart on the bridge of HMAS Hobart alongside Garden Island, Sydney.
Chief Petty Officer Combat Systems Manager Brenden Smart followed his older brother into the Navy is now one of the seasoned veterans helping bring Navy’s newest ship into service.
September 23, 2017 by Department of Defence (author), ABIS Bonny Gassner (photographer)
The ship's company of HMAS Hobart line the upper decks and cheer ship during HMAS Hobart’s Commissioning Ceremony held at Garden Island, Sydney.
With a zealous crowd and great fanfare, the guided missile destroyer HMAS
Hobart was commissioned in to the Royal Australian Navy fleet in a formal ceremony at Garden Island in Sydney today.
September 22, 2017 by Mr John Perryman (author), Department of Defence (photographer), ABIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer)
HMAS Hobart (II) returning to Sydney Harbour for the last time prior to being decommissioned.
On 23 September, the Royal Australian Navy will commission the first of three new destroyers. In continuing our reflective stories of previous ships that have carried the name HMAS
Hobart, this is the story of Hobart (II).
Imagery Scanned from Navy Historic Archive
In the lead-up to the commissioning ceremony of the first of the Royal Australian Navy’s new destroyers on 23 September, we look back upon ships who have previously carried the name HMAS
Midshipman Emily Tollenaar stands on the bridge of NUSHIP Hobart alongside Garden Island, Sydney.
Midshipman Emily Tollenaar has only been in the Navy eight months and has already become part of the crew joining the newest addition to the Fleet.
July 19, 2017 by SBLT Samuel Penfold (author), LSCSO Troy Martin (photographer), LSIS Peter Thompson (photographer)
David Morse presents the official bell-rope for Hobart, marking the 16th bell-rope that he has crafted for a naval ship.
A retired Royal Australian Navy sailor handed over his 16th bell-rope designed for a naval vessel at a ceremony held for future destroyer
Hobart’s provisional acceptance by Defence.
Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin Commander Ian Campbell, RAN (right), Ex-servicemen Mr Keith Hearnden (centre) and Seaman Medical Giaan Holland (left) cut a cake to celebrate the 75th Birthday of HMAS Penguin during a clear lower deck.
Sydney base, HMAS
Penguin has marked 75 years of service with a celebration onboard and a community engagement ceremonial sunset and dinner.