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Navy unveils new deal with industry partners

Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), LSIS James McDougall (photographer)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Mike Noonan AO, RAN, meets Mr John Gessler and Mr Andrew James from Sonartech Atlas at Sea Power 19. (photo: LSIS James McDougall)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Mike Noonan AO, RAN, meets Mr John Gessler and Mr Andrew James from Sonartech Atlas at Sea Power 19.

Navy’s relationship with Industry has been reinvigorated today, with the release of a new strategy to improve partnerships, engagement and timelines.

Pacific matters a key focus for Chief of Navy

Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), AB Ryan McKenzie (photographer)

Delegates, including the Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC and Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Mike Noonan AO, RAN, at the Pacific Maritime Security Partnership event at the 2019 Sea Power Conference at the International Convention Centre, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Ryan McKenzie)

Delegates, including the Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC and Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Mike Noonan AO, RAN, at the Pacific Maritime Security Partnership event at the 2019 Sea Power Conference at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.

Australia’s enduring ties with the Pacific have dominated the agenda ahead of Navy’s Sea Power Conference, with a gathering of regional maritime leaders in Sydney.

Hundreds of sailors learn how to ask ‘R U OK?’

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), ABIS Thomas Sawtell (photographer), POIS Justin Brown (photographer)

Commander Surface Force, Commodore Stephen Hughes, CSC, RAN, Commanding Officer HMAS Adelaide, Captain Jonathan Ley, RAN, and the 'R U OK?' team onboard HMAS Adelaide during the Mental Health Awareness Month event. (photo: ABIS Thomas Sawtell)

Commander Surface Force, Commodore Stephen Hughes, CSC, RAN, Commanding Officer HMAS Adelaide, Captain Jonathan Ley, RAN, and the 'R U OK?' team onboard HMAS Adelaide during the Mental Health Awareness Month event.

Ship’s company of HMAS Adelaide has marked Mental Health Awareness Month with an event to build confidence in asking ‘R U OK?’ Joined by personnel from sister ship Canberra, they learned how to spot the signs that it might be time to have an R U OK? conversation.

Hack the Machine!

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The Fathom5 ‘Trudi’ maritime systems hacking simulator used by the Royal Australian Navy cyber team at the Hack the Machine event in New York. (photo: )

The Fathom5 ‘Trudi’ maritime systems hacking simulator used by the Royal Australian Navy cyber team at the Hack the Machine event in New York.

Five members of the Royal Australian Navy’s emergent Defensive Cyber Operations workforce were provided a rare opportunity to share their knowledge and experience with our closest allies from the US, Canada, Great Britain and New Zealand through attendance at the US Navy’s annual Hack the Machine event.

Thinking Navy approach - Sea Power in focus at Sydney summit

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Sea Power Conference, 8-10 October 2019, International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, Sydney. (photo: )

Sea Power Conference, 8-10 October 2019, International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, Sydney.

Navy members of all ranks are being encouraged to attend the Royal Australian Navy’s most important international engagement of the year: Sea Power Conference 2019.

P.A.R.T.Y at the cradle

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ben Willee (author), Unknown (photographer)

Alfred Hospital staff demonstrate to HMAS Cerberus sailors participating in the P.A.R.T.Y Program the types of trauma injuries that they treat as a result of risky behaviour. (photo: Unknown)

Alfred Hospital staff demonstrate to HMAS Cerberus sailors participating in the P.A.R.T.Y Program the types of trauma injuries that they treat as a result of risky behaviour.

More than 100 sailors from HMAS Cerberus recently undertook an injury prevention and health program designed for young people called Prevent Alcohol and Risk Related Trauma in Youth or P.A.R.T.Y for short.

Navy Boss Lift a hit

This article has photo gallery Published on by Mr Josh Williams (author), Ms Robin Hooper (photographer)

Navy Boss Lift members on HMAS Canberra's Flight Deck for day one of group activities in Jervis Bay, NSW. (photo: Ms Robin Hooper)

Navy Boss Lift members on HMAS Canberra's Flight Deck for day one of group activities in Jervis Bay, NSW.

Members of the Royal Australian Navy have showcased their maritime skills to civilian employers of Navy reservists from across Australia this week, as Exercise Navy Boss Lift 2019 got underway in Sydney.

Next generation of Navy looking forward to Sea Power Conference 2019

Published on by Mr Josh Williams (author), LSIS James McDougall (photographer)

Midshipman Nelson Dunphy in front of the HMAS Brisbane (II) exhibit during a visit to the Australian War Memorial, Canberra. (photo: LSIS James McDougall)

Midshipman Nelson Dunphy in front of the HMAS Brisbane (II) exhibit during a visit to the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.

Midshipman Nelson Dunphy joined the Royal Australian Navy in January this year and is looking forward to the first Sea Power Conference he will attend as a member of the Navy.

Navy bands from across the seas unite to bring the beat to Martin Place

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Sarah West (author), LSIS Ronnie Baltoft (photographer)

The Japanese Self-Defence Force Training Squadron Band performs with the Royal Australian Navy Band Sydney as part of a Joint Forces concert held at Martin Place in Sydney, NSW. (photo: LSIS Ronnie Baltoft)

The Japanese Self-Defence Force Training Squadron Band performs with the Royal Australian Navy Band Sydney as part of a Joint Forces concert held at Martin Place in Sydney, NSW.

Last week, the Royal Australian Navy Band - Sydney hosted a public concert in the amphitheatre at Martin Place, Sydney, with the visiting Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force Training Squadron Band.

NSW Governor made honorary Commodore in the Royal Australian Navy

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Ryan Zerbe (author), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN, left, and Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Jonathan Mead AM, RAN, right, award Governor of NSW, Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley, AO, QC, with the honorary rank of Commodore, RAN onboard HMAS Canberra. (photo: ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN, left, and Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Jonathan Mead AM, RAN, right, award Governor of NSW, Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley, AO, QC, with the honorary rank of Commodore, RAN onboard HMAS Canberra.

New South Wales Governor Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley was appointed an honorary Commodore in the Royal Australian Navy today in a ceremony aboard HMAS Canberra.