Topic: HMAS Stirling
Lieutenant Craig Paterson shows Ms Jade King (right), Petty Officer Maritime Logistics-Personnel Natasja Toser (left) and his wife, Mrs Deb Paterson, the workings of HMAS Waller's periscope during a families day at sea.
The crew of HMAS
Waller had the unique opportunity to show their family members what they do when they go to sea on a recent sea ride from HMAS Stirling at Rockingham to the Port of Fremantle.
Seaman Combat Systems Operator Damon Jackson at Fleet Base West, Western Australia.
One Navy Seaman is on track to a stellar career already, crediting his early success to a strong work ethic, ambition and curiosity.
The Governor of Western Australia, Her Excellency, the Honourable Kerry Sanderson, AC, presents Leading Seaman Alexandrea Torrens a Western Australia Reserve Service Excellence Award at the 2017 Western Australian Employer Support Awards & Reserve Service Excellence presentations at the Fremantle Sailing Club.
Defence has formally recognised a Navy Reservist that ‘punches above her weight’ while sharing in the pride of giving something back to Australia.
December 07, 2017 by LEUT Will Singer (author), LSIS Lee-Anne Cooper (photographer), ABIS Sarah Ebsworth (photographer)
Members of Fleet Base West's Port Services stand ready to fasten lines as Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD), HMAS Adelaide, enters Fremantle Harbour for the first time to dock alongside the Port of Fremantle, Western Australia.
Acquiring the skills to provide ports services to over half of the Navy's major warships and submarines was a rapid learning experience for one sailor at HMAS
Petty Officer Combat Systems Supervisor (Underwater) Jason Rise is the Assistant Command Security Officer at HMAS Stirling.
Maintaining and improving HMAS
Stirling’s security measures is a moving target that requires a ‘firm-grip and clear mind’ as base occupants increase to support future capabilities, and protect the nation's elite servicemen and women.
Seaman James Jenkins is training to be a Combat Systems Operator at HMAS Stirling, Western Australia.
Photographing houses for a living to manning a ship’s operations room is a massive career leap, and has been achieved through chasing a career with multiple opportunities.
The HMAS Toowoomba team looks on as Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Spencer Doyle sends his first bowl towards the jack.
Lawn bowls may invoke images of the elderly, but for a group of Navy members, the reality for Navy has been markedly different, as part of HMAS
Stirling’s ongoing commitment to raising funds for children with disabilities.
(L to R) Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Chef Kristie Bryden and Able Seaman Communication Information Systems Stacy Creamer from HMAS Stirling have been selected to play for the Australian Defence Force team in a netball competition held in New Zealand, 2018.
Navy sent a signal to the selectors when two HMAS
Stirling-based sailors represented Western Australia in the recent Australian Defence Force Netball Championships held in Darwin.
Petty Officer Naval Police Coxswain Kate Taylor conducts a breath test as Naval Police Officers and Rockingham policing teams perform a pro-active high visibility vehicle stops near the entry of HMAS Stirling as part of a joint initiative code named Operation LERINA.
Naval Police Coxswains at HMAS
Stirling and Western Australia Police have performed proactive high visibility vehicle stops outside the base as part of a joint initiative - named Operation LERINA.
November 14, 2017 by Mrs Cindy Wainwright (author), LSIS Bradley Darvill (photographer)
(R to L): Commodore Andrew Robertson, Commodore Russell Baker, and other Senior Naval Officers during a Submarine Seaworthiness Board at HMAS Stirling, Western Australia.
The requirement to traverse both in and on the waters of the greater region creates significant complexity for the enterprise that gets Australian submarines to sea. The sum of all the parts is called ‘seaworthiness’ and looks at the physical condition of submarines as well as the status and training of the personnel that are required to crew and support them. So who deems a submarine ‘worthy’?