Topic: HMAS Kuttabul

Navy personnel Soldier On for mental health

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Jessica Craig (author), ACW Emma Schwenke (photographer), AC Stewart Gould (photographer)

Teammates cheer each other on while competing on the ski trainer during the mental health marathon for Soldier On, at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney. (photo: ACW Emma Schwenke)

Teammates cheer each other on while competing on the ski trainer during the mental health marathon for Soldier On, at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney.

The end of mental health awareness month was marked at HMAS Kuttabul gymnasium with a marathon to raise money for Soldier On.

Physical Trainers take on burpee challenge for cancer charity

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Geoff Long (author), LSIS Leo Baumgartner (photographer)

Royal Australian Navy Officers and Sailors conduct burpees as part of a fundraiser in support Breast Cancer Research, at the Fleet Gymnasium, Garden Island, Sydney. (photo: LSIS Leo Baumgartner)

Royal Australian Navy Officers and Sailors conduct burpees as part of a fundraiser in support Breast Cancer Research, at the Fleet Gymnasium, Garden Island, Sydney.

HMAS Kuttabul Physical Training Instructors have agreed to undergo some short term pain for longer term gain in a burpee challenge to aid the Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation.

Chaplains in support of R U OK? Day

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Geoff Long (author), ABIS Benjamin Ricketts (photographer)

Senior Chaplain Paul Stuart, left, and Chaplain Jon-Paul Barry cook up a storm on the barbeque to support Defence members for R U OK?Day at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Benjamin Ricketts)

Senior Chaplain Paul Stuart, left, and Chaplain Jon-Paul Barry cook up a storm on the barbeque to support Defence members for R U OK?Day at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney.

There was a little bit of drizzle and plenty of sizzle as HMAS Kuttabul Chaplains manned the barbeques in support of R U OK?Day, which was held nationally on 10 September 2020.

Kuttabul PTIs find new ways to keep Navy fit to fight

Published on by LEUT Geoff Long (author), ABIS Benjamin Ricketts (photographer)

Leading Seaman Physical Trainer Instructor Ben Springer ensures Royal Australian Navy Sailors maintain their fitness to RAN standards, at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Benjamin Ricketts)

Leading Seaman Physical Trainer Instructor Ben Springer ensures Royal Australian Navy Sailors maintain their fitness to RAN standards, at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney.

With gyms across the country closed for months, including at Navy establishments, the Physical Training Instructors at HMAS Kuttabul had to get creative to address the demand for alternative exercise options.

New weapon unveiled in Fleet’s War on Waste

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Geoff Long (author), ABIS Benjamin Ricketts (photographer)

(L-R) Maritime Logistics Chefs, Leading Seaman Christopher Martin, Seaman Christine Osborne and Able Seaman Emily Churchyard learn how to operate the dehydrator machine once the food waste has been added as part of their training by Veolia Technical Manager Separation Processes, John Hernage. (photo: ABIS Benjamin Ricketts)

(L-R) Maritime Logistics Chefs, Leading Seaman Christopher Martin, Seaman Christine Osborne and Able Seaman Emily Churchyard learn how to operate the dehydrator machine once the food waste has been added as part of their training by Veolia Technical Manager Separation Processes, John Hernage.

Chefs at HMAS Kuttabul in Sydney have a new weapon at their disposal to aid in the Fleet’s war on waste - a food waste dehydrator is capable of reducing 100kg of organic waste by up to 90% of its volume.

Canberra crew scales down for charity

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Geoff Long (author), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer), ABIS Shane Cameron (photographer)

A member HMAS Canberra's ship's company abseils down the side of HMAS Canberra during a charity abseiling event. (photo: ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill)

A member HMAS Canberra's ship's company abseils down the side of HMAS Canberra during a charity abseiling event.

It’s not every day that ship’s company gets to abseil down the side of one of the largest vessels ever operated by the Royal Australian Navy, but volunteers from HMAS Canberra and HMAS Kuttabul did just that in the name of charity.

Kuttabul sailors hang tough

This article has photo gallery Published on by ABIS Leo Baumgartner (author), ABIS Thomas Sawtell (photographer), POIS Justin Brown (photographer)

Royal Australian Navy sailor Petty Officer Physical Training Instructor Shane Murphy abseils down Deadman's Cliff as part of an adventure training activity held at Shelly Beach in Manly, NSW. (photo: )

Royal Australian Navy sailor Petty Officer Physical Training Instructor Shane Murphy abseils down Deadman's Cliff as part of an adventure training activity held at Shelly Beach in Manly, NSW.

Members of HMAS Kuttabul ship’s company recently spent the day at Shelly Beach, Manly, sharpening their skills in abseiling, as part of the adventure training program available to all personnel across Navy ships and establishments.

Fit to fight

Published on by LEUT Steve Cropper (author), ABIS Leo Baumgartner (photographer)

Leading Seaman Physical Training Instructor Benjamin Spring, left, supervises Leading Seaman Physical Training Instructor Lara Pilton, conducting a workout on new exercise equipment in the gymnasium at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Leo Baumgartner)

Leading Seaman Physical Training Instructor Benjamin Spring, left, supervises Leading Seaman Physical Training Instructor Lara Pilton, conducting a workout on new exercise equipment in the gymnasium at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney.

New functional training equipment has been installed at the Fleet Base East Gymnasium as part of a much-needed $400-thousand dollar upgrade, making a big difference in the gym’s overall equipment standard.

Strong ties made stronger with Japanese delegation visit

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

(L-R) Ambassador of Japan to Australia, His Excellency Reiichiro Takahashi; Special Advisor to the Japanese Prime Minister, His Excellency Kentaro Sonoura; and Deputy Fleet Commander, Commodore Robert Plath, RAN; lay wreaths at the HMAS Kuttabul memorial site, Fleet Base East, Sydney. (photo: ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill)

(L-R) Ambassador of Japan to Australia, His Excellency Reiichiro Takahashi; Special Advisor to the Japanese Prime Minister, His Excellency Kentaro Sonoura; and Deputy Fleet Commander, Commodore Robert Plath, RAN; lay wreaths at the HMAS Kuttabul memorial site, Fleet Base East, Sydney.

Special Advisor to the Japanese Prime Minister, His Excellency Kentaro Sonoura, and Japan’s Ambassador to Australia His Excellency Reiichiro Takahashi have visited Fleet Base East at Garden Island in Sydney.

HMAS Kuttabul celebrates NAIDOC Week with smoking ceremony

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Mick Wheeler (author), LSIS Kieran Dempsey (photographer)

Command Warrant Officer HMAS Kuttabul, Warrant Officer Mark Cooper, right, and Laurance Magick Dennis from Milan Dhiiyaan, left, take part in a smoking ceremony at HMAS Kuttabul during NAIDOC Week 2019. (photo: LSIS Kieran Dempsey)

Command Warrant Officer HMAS Kuttabul, Warrant Officer Mark Cooper, right, and Laurance Magick Dennis from Milan Dhiiyaan, left, take part in a smoking ceremony at HMAS Kuttabul during NAIDOC Week 2019.

An indigenous smoking ceremony at HMAS Kuttabul has taken place to mark the end of NAIDOC Week.