Leading Seaman Alisha Mosley and Leading Seaman Alan Williams with Terrance Quinn, Great Nephew of Ordinary Seaman Edward 'Teddy' Sheean VC at Brisbane Airport. (photo: )
Leading Seaman Alisha Mosley and Leading Seaman Alan Williams with Terrance Quinn, Great Nephew of Ordinary Seaman Edward 'Teddy' Sheean VC at Brisbane Airport.

Sailors hear tale of gallantry at airport

When Leading Seamen Alisha Mosley and Alan Williams arrived at Brisbane Airport ready for duty on Operation COVID-19 ASSIST, they could not have imagined what they were about to experience.

Fleet

Fleet

  • Sub Lieutenants Simon Fenech, Ryan Denholm, Josh Mavin and Natasha Price of HMAS Choules completed the Integrated Bridge Systems Operator Training. (photo: )

    Navigation training goes online

    The Royal Australian Navy is providing junior officers with a unique training experience that provides a greater level of hands-on application on one of the fleet’s largest ships.

People

  • Commander Gregory Davison of the Aircraft Maintenance and Flight Trials Unit in HMAS Albatross, says Navy people should celebrate the progress our service has made in promoting a better culture in recent years. (photo: )

    Champion of cultural change

    Building the best team possible through means of respect, diversity and inclusion is among the top priorities for Commander Gregory Davison.

People

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People

Fleet

  • The Adelaide Class Guided Missile Frigates System Program Office staff at Garden Island, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Sittichai Sakonpoonpol)

    Lights out for FFG sustainment program

    The last remaining support program for the Navy’s now decommissioned Adelaide Class Guided Missile Frigates (FFGs) has officially closed.

Fleet

  • Lieutentant Ashley Bick, left, and Captain Heath Robertson from Training Authority - Maritime Warfare with the Australian Institute of Training and Development Excellence Award for Best Blended Learning Solution for Maritime Warfare Officer Course Phase III. (photo: )

    Award-winning training

    Navy Training Force has been presented an Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) Excellence Award for the dynamic delivery of one of its most popular courses.

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