Topic: Submarine Force
Sailors from HMAS Stirling naval base assist WA Police to slow the spread of coronavirus this Easter at traffic control points along main highways south of Perth.
Submarine Force personnel at Fleet Base West are stepping up to do their bit to assist Operation COVID-19 ASSIST, with ten members deployed to support the Task Force throughout Western Australia.
Attendees at the 2020 Seagoing Submariners Mess Dinner.
The annual Seagoing Submariners Mess Dinner was a welcome break for Australian Submarine Force officers and senior sailors conducting hectic pre-deployment work.
Participants for the International Submarine Safety Forum held at the Submarine Systems and Training Centre, HMAS Stirling, Rockingham, WA.
The Royal Australian Navy hosted the International Submarine Safety Forum at HMAS
Stirling in September. The forum is rotationally hosted by member nations annually and is focused on technical and governance issues around submarine safety in partner nations.
Former and current female submariners pose together in the junior sailor's cafe on board HMAS Sheean to celebrate the 20th anniversary of women in Australian submarines, at HMAS Stirling, Western Australia.
In 1998, the Royal Australian Navy became the fourth Navy in the world to permit women to serve in submarines. Then in 1999, some of those women earned the prestigious ‘Dolphins’ qualification to become our Navy’s first fully-fledged submariners.
L-R: Commanding Officer HMAS Collins, Commander Robin Dainty, RAN gives Royal New Zealand Navy officer Commander Simon Griffiths; Chief of the New Zealand Defence Force, Air Vice Marshal Kevin Short; and Chief of the Australian Defence Force, General Angus Campbell, AO, DSC a tour of the control room of HMAS Collins at Fleet Base West, Western Australia.
Chief of the Australian Defence Force, General Angus Campbell, and his New Zealand counterpart, Air Marshal Kevin Short, paid a visit to Fleet Base West recently as part of a tour of Western Australian Defence facilities.
The Trials Group team from Submarine Force Headquarters helps out at the Legacy Camp at Busselton, Western Australia.
After a busy year, a team of eight submariners from the Submarine Force Headquarters’ Trials Group conducted a team building exercise in Busselton, Western Australia.
Royal Australian Navy sailor Able Seaman Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submariners Tahlia Lovell (left) and Leading Seaman Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submarines Arami Bullock on board HMAS Canberra during INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
Five personnel from the Submarine Force are experiencing a deployment above water for INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019 (IPE19) on HMA Ships
Canberra and Success.
Royal Australian Navy Deputy Director Maritime Exercises, Commander Iain Hutchins, RAN, welcomes attendees to the Maritime Operations Working Group (MOWG) for 2019 held at Fremantle.
Navy played host to a number of Indonesian Navy members recently when a Maritime Operations Working Group was held in Western Australia.
Published on February 04, 2019 by CPOCISSM Anthony O’Riley (author), LSIS Richard Cordell (photographer)
Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Submarine sailors Madalynne Currell, Mitchell Jones (right) and Bradley Webber all took part in the Industry Outplacement Program.
Last year was a revolutionary one for the Royal Australian Navy in the field of submarine communications.
(L-R) RAN officer Chaplain Franco Siani, RAN; Canadian Submarine Association member, Richard Duff; Royal Canadian Navy officer Lieutenant Commander Craig Piccolo, RCN; National President of the Submarine Association Australia, Commodore Robert Trotter, OAM, RAN (retd); RAN officer Commander Daniel LeRaye, RAN; and Submarine Association Australia WA Branch President, Terry Baker, on completion of the 2018 Remembrance Day service at the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle.
Submarine Force officers and sailors turned out in force recently for a Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Western Australian Maritime Museum.