Topic: HMAS Adelaide (L01)
November 26, 2020 by LEUT Geoff Long (author), TPR Jonathan Goedhart (photographer), ABIS Sittichai Sakonpoonpol (photographer), LCDR Ian Stubbs (photographer)
Australian Army soldiers and officers from the 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) load the new Boxer Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle onto a Light Landing Craft from HMAS Adelaide during Exercise SEA WADER 2020 at Cowley Beach, Qld.
In a demonstration of their amphibious capability, the latest generation of Army vehicles has been driven on board HMAS
Adelaide via landing craft off the coast of North Queensland.
L-R: Midshipman Laura Caspersonn; Seaman Riley Duncan; Seaman Ella McCarthy-Grigg; Seaman Will Scott; Seaman Odin Brown; Midshipman Lane Wilson; Petty Officer Maritime Logistics - Chef Natalie Robinson; Seaman Jack Eastwood; Midshipman Declan Conaghty; Midshipman Anna Roberts; and Seaman Olivia Alves in the galley onboard HMAS Adelaide during Exercise SEA WADER 2020.
Helping feed 480 people multiple meals each day onboard the Royal Australian Navy's largest ship is creating a memorable first time at sea for 10 Gap Year Sailors and Officers.
L-R: Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Chef William Nicolaidis; Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Teneille Francis; Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Hudson Anu; former Deputy Officer of the Navy Indigenous Development Program, Lieutenant Commander Richard Unwin; and Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Kaylin Coleman stand on the flight deck of HMAS Adelaide during Exercise SEA WADER 2020 off the Queensland coast.
Indigenous sailors in HMAS
Adelaide will be swapping stories and celebrating their culture with the rest of the ship’s company to mark NAIDOC Week, 8-15 November.
November 08, 2020 by LEUT Geoff Long (author), ABIS Daniel Goodman (photographer), ABIS Sittichai Sakonpoonpol (photographer)
Survey Boat 'Polaris' conducts manoeuvres at high speed with HMAS Adelaide in the background during Exercise SEA WADER 2020.
Navy’s Maritime Geospatial Warfare Unit has deployed a new type of small survey craft from HMAS
Adelaide for the first time.
Australian Army helicopters, front to back, ARH-Tiger from the 1st Aviation Regiment, MRH-90 and CH-47F Chinook from the 5th Aviation Regiment conducting deck landing certifications onboard HMAS Adelaide during Exercise SEA WADER 2020.
Army helicopter crews from three different aircraft types have renewed their deck landing qualifications on HMAS
Adelaide ahead of the coming high-risk weather season.
November 04, 2020 by LEUT Geoff Long (author), ABIS Sittichai Sakonpoonpol (photographer), ABIS Daniel Goodman (photographer)
Petty Officer Aircrewman Rhys Withers takes part in the Gladiator Games 2020 on HMAS Adelaide while transiting to Townsville for Exercise SEA WADER 2020.
Adelaide’s Marine Technicians have won bragging rights by taking out the top two team positions in the ship’s Gladiator Games 2020.
Royal Australian Navy Nursing Officer Lieutenant Commander Roneel Chandra onboard HMAS Adelaide during Exercise SEA WADER 2020.
When it comes to Defence careers, few could match for variety that of HMAS
Adelaide’s incoming Senior Health Officer, Lieutenant Commander Roneel Chandra.
L-R: United States Naval officer Lieutenant Commander Russell Mackay; Command Warrant Officer Paul Bradley; Commanding Officer HMAS Adelaide Captain Jonathon Ley, RAN; Royal New Zealand Navy officer, Lieutenant Calvin Andersen; Royal Australian Air Force officer Squadron Leader Jen Slater; and Ship’s Chaplain Simote Finau after a Remembrance Day ceremony held on the flight deck of HMAS Adelaide, at sea.
Representatives of all three services and four nations gathered on the flight deck of HMAS
Adelaide to pay their respects and lay wreaths during a Remembrance Day ceremony at sea.
October 27, 2020 by LEUT Geoff Long (author), LSIS Nadav Harel (photographer), ABIS Sittichai Sakonpoonpol (photographer)
A Republic of Singapore Air Force CH-47 Chinook helicopter lands onboard HMAS Adelaide during Exercise SEA WADER 2020, off the coast of Townsville, Queensland.
Adelaide has provided a platform for the Republic of Singapore Air Force CH-47 helicopter crews to qualify and land on the RAN’s largest vessels, HMA Ships Adelaide and Canberra.
Commanding Officer HMAS Adelaide, Captain Jonathan Ley; Commanding Officer Royal Australia Navy College, Commander David Shirvington; and staff and trainees of New Entry Officers' Course 63 form up in observance of social distancing protocols on the bow of HMAS Adelaide in Jervis Bay, NSW.
Sailing out of Sydney Harbour for the first time, aboard HMAS
Adelaide with five ships trailing in company, is an experience never to be forgotten. For the 167 New Entry Officers’ Course 63 trainees, it was an opportunity almost missed due to COVID-19 restrictions.