Topic: International Fleet Review

A show not to be missed

Published on by Royal Australian Navy (author), LSIS Sarah Williams (photographer)

Officer in Charge of Fleet Logistical Support Element, Lieutenant Commander Steven Reynolds RAN, shows his support for the International Fleet Review.  (photo: ABIS Sarah Williams )

Officer in Charge of Fleet Logistical Support Element, Lieutenant Commander Steven Reynolds RAN, shows his support for the International Fleet Review.

LCDR Steven Reynolds, a Maritime Logistics Officer from HMAS Waterhen is looking forward to the International Fleet Review (IFR) in October this year following his fond memories of the Bicentennial Naval Salute and 75th Anniversary.

Navy promotes International Fleet Review through V8 connection

Published on by LCDR Don Hogarth (author), Sarah Keayes (photographer)

Dick Johnson Racing Team with 723 Squadron's Squirrel Helicopter at Surfers Paradise. (photo: Sarah Keayes)

Dick Johnson Racing Team with 723 Squadron's Squirrel Helicopter at Surfers Paradise.

A Squirrel helicopter from 723 SQN in its new IFR livery has helped promote the upcoming International Fleet Review through Navy's alliance with V8 Supercars.

International Fleet Review – more ships announced and website relaunched

Published on by LEUT Celeste Ecuyer (author)

A screen capture of the home page of the new International Fleet Review website. (photo: Navy Web Services)

A screen capture of the home page of the new International Fleet Review website.

With ten weeks to go until the commencement of the Royal Australian Navy’s International Fleet Review (IFR) Sydney 2013, two more ships have been announced and a redesigned IFR website has been launched.

Old Navy helicopter takes to the air

This article has photo gallery Published on by Mr Pup Elliott (author), Mr Rob Crawford (photographer), ABIS Sarah Williams (photographer)

The N9-3102 Iroquois 894 helicopter is removed from its pole at the entrance to Nowra for refurbishment leading up to the International Fleet Review. (photo: Mr Robert Crawford)

The N9-3102 Iroquois 894 helicopter is removed from its pole at the entrance to Nowra for refurbishment leading up to the International Fleet Review.

A piece of Navy’s Fleet Air Arm history recently took to the skies again over Nowra. Iroquois 894, Serial N9-3102, which marks the gateway to Nowra outside the Shoalhaven Tourist Information Centre, was lifted off its mount by volunteers from the Fleet Air Arm Museum in preparation for the upcoming International Fleet Review.

Royal Navy’s most advanced warship is on the way

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Lauren Rago (author), ABIS Nicolas Gonzalez (photographer), Royal Navy (photographer)

Lieutenant Rob 'Kerry' Packer from the Royal Navy visits the Heritage Centre at Garden Island Naval Base in Sydney. Lieutenant Rob Packer is the United Kingdom's Liason Officer for the International Fleet Review. (photo: ABIS Nicolas Gonzalez)

Lieutenant Rob 'Kerry' Packer from the Royal Navy visits the Heritage Centre at Garden Island Naval Base in Sydney. Lieutenant Rob Packer is the United Kingdom's Liason Officer for the International Fleet Review.

The Royal Navy are delighted to confirm they are sending one of their most advanced warships, the destroyer HMS Daring, to represent the UK at the Royal Australian Navy’s International Fleet Review (IFR) this October.

Fleet Air Arm to wow Australia

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Lauren Rago (author), ABIS Alan Lancaster (photographer)

The International Fleet Review (IFR) livery applied to a AS-350BA Squirrel helicopter for its role during the IFR in October 2013. (photo: ABIS Alan Lancaster)

The International Fleet Review (IFR) livery applied to a AS-350BA Squirrel helicopter for its role during the IFR in October 2013.

The Royal Australian Navy’s Fleet Air Arm (FAA) will play a spectacular role in the International Fleet Review (IFR) from 3-11 October 2013, which includes a combined flypast above more than 40 ships for the salute on Sydney Harbour.

Increased Naval movements around Garden Island

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AUS 202 Garden Island Naval Waters Buoy Movements. (photo: )

AUS 202 Garden Island Naval Waters Buoy Movements.

Residents and users of Sydney Harbour may observe increased ship movements around Garden Island, as the Royal Australian Navy prepares for the International Fleet Review and the transition to a new Fleet of ships.

100 days to go until world's navies arrive in Sydney for Fleet Review

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Spectacular formation of the 100 Navy Sailors forming the number 100 outside the Sydney Opera House. (photo: ABIS Sarah Williams)

Spectacular formation of the 100 Navy Sailors forming the number 100 outside the Sydney Opera House.

24 June marks 100 days to go until the Royal Australian Navy commemorates the arrival of its first fleet 100 years ago with a spectacular International Fleet Review in Sydney from 3-11 October 2013.