Topic: Australian Naval Reserve Diving Team TEN
A mine countermeasures exercise, involving seven Navies has drawn to a close in Hobart.
With the magnificent backdrop of Mount Wellington and working in the deep cool waters off Hobart, personnel from Australia, Great Britain, the United States, New Zealand and Canada and observers from India and Sweden, began Exercise DUGONG 2015 on 5 October.
Most of us are apprehensive of sharks when we enter the water, Able Seaman Clearance Diver Matthew Johnston finds the prospect exciting.
It’s said if you want a job done, give it to a busy person, this phrase certainly applies to Able Seaman Clearance Diver Luke Shea. A member of Australian Naval Reserve Dive Team Ten, Able Seaman Shea is a family man, the General Manager of Tasmania’s largest automotive group, JMC Automotive, as well as finding time to serve his country as a diver.
Quiet, with a glint in his eye, Leading Seaman Clearance Diver Nick Dingle, is a man who inspires confidence and respect. Currently involved in Exercise DUGONG 2015, as an active member of Naval Reserve Diving Team 10, Leading Seaman Dingle has established himself as a qualified and highly competent member of a very tight team.
The Australian Defence Force Careers Expo - Tasmania was held in Hobart from 18-19 September.