Topic: Movember

Moto-vember supports men’s health

Published on by CPL Sebastian Beurich (author), Unknown (photographer)

Royal Australian Navy Lieutenant Alec Beerens stands in front of some of the bikes assembled for the 2017 Distinguished Gentleman's Ride on 24 September in Canberra. (photo: Supplied)

Royal Australian Navy Lieutenant Alec Beerens stands in front of some of the bikes assembled for the 2017 Distinguished Gentleman's Ride on 24 September in Canberra.

If you were in Canberra in late September, you might have witnessed an odd sight – almost 200 smartly dressed motorcyclists riding their classic-style motorbikes.

How ‘Mo’ can you go?

Published on by SBLT Kat Mulheron (author), ABIS James McDougall (photographer)

Executive Officer HMAS Cerberus, Commander Melanie Verho, RAN, (right) judges the moustaches for Movember's 'Best Sculpted Mo' competition on the HMAS Cerberus Parade Ground, Victoria. (photo: ABIS James McDougall)

Executive Officer HMAS Cerberus, Commander Melanie Verho, RAN, (right) judges the moustaches for Movember's 'Best Sculpted Mo' competition on the HMAS Cerberus Parade Ground, Victoria.

As November approached, anticipation grew among the men of HMAS Cerberus with many planning their 'manscaping' for a chance to win the 2015 Cerberus Movember Challenge.

Seizing the mo-ment

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT John Cole (author), LSIS Dove Smithett (photographer)

The handover of funds raised by the Indigenous Pre Recruitment Course (IPRC) at Both Watches Cafe of HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.

From the left: Petty Officer Mark Woodhouse; Private Jessica McCormack;
Sue Guiney (Navy Canteens); Henry Burns (IPRC Winner of the Moustache Challenge); Sergeant Ben Vickery and; Kym Kepple. (photo: LSIS Dove Smithett)

The handover of funds raised by the Indigenous Pre Recruitment Course (IPRC) at Both Watches Cafe of HMAS Cerberus, Victoria. From the left: Petty Officer Mark Woodhouse; Private Jessica McCormack; Sue Guiney (Navy Canteens); Henry Burns (IPRC Winner of the Moustache Challenge); Sergeant Ben Vickery and; Kym Kepple.

It seems the six-week Indigenous Pre-Recruitment Course at HMAS Cerberus is more than a great place for young Indigenous Australians to grow confidence about future Defence careers. The course also appears to be a great place to grow moustaches.

Furry-faced fundraisers congratulated

Published on by LEUT Daryl Peebles (author and photographer), LS Brooke Oram (photographer)

The Mo Force for Mo Funds team, from left, Lieutenant Colonel Neil Grierson, Major Trevor McTernan, CPO Craig Watkins, Petty Officer Scott Oram and Leading Seaman Shaun Ware. (photo: LS Brooke Oram)

The Mo Force for Mo Funds team, from left, Lieutenant Colonel Neil Grierson, Major Trevor McTernan, CPO Craig Watkins, Petty Officer Scott Oram and Leading Seaman Shaun Ware.

Six personnel serving at Anglesea Barracks, four of them Navy and two of them Army, participated in this year’s Movember campaign, helping to raise awareness of men’s health issues and funds to combat them.

Mo Time - Sydney style

Published on by LCDR Linda Morris (author), CPO Justin Downey-Price (photographer)

Putting the Mo into Movember – HMAS Sydney's Medical Officer, Lieutenant Luke Edwards. (photo: CPO Justin Downey-Price)

Putting the Mo into Movember – HMAS Sydney's Medical Officer, Lieutenant Luke Edwards.

The month-formerly-known-as-November coincided with HMAS Sydney being at sea this year, leading to a high rate of Movember participation on board.

Waterhen's Mo Bros and Sisters raise funds for men's health

Published on by Ms Eliza Bavin (author), LS Luke Graham (photographer)

HMAS Waterhen’s Mo Bros and Mo Sisters show off their facial hair and nails at the midway point of the ‘Movember’ campaign. (photo: LS Luke Graham)

HMAS Waterhen’s Mo Bros and Mo Sisters show off their facial hair and nails at the midway point of the ‘Movember’ campaign.

With the midway point of ‘Movember’ now behind them, 40 members of HMAS Waterhen are charging towards the finish line.

Fleet Support Unit - Sydney grows awareness

Published on by Ms Eliza Bavin (author)

ABMT Justin Wilkinson (front left), ABET Dan Dixon (front right), POMT Kyle Brook (rear left) and ABMT Armen Woskanian from Fleet Support Unit Sydney, shaved extra close this morning to ensure a clean start for their fundraising and beard growing efforts. (photo: Unknown)

ABMT Justin Wilkinson (front left), ABET Dan Dixon (front right), POMT Kyle Brook (rear left) and ABMT Armen Woskanian from Fleet Support Unit Sydney, shaved extra close this morning to ensure a clean start for their fundraising and beard growing efforts.

Personnel from Fleet Support Unit - Sydney are volunteering their faces and growing beards to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer and mental health.