Topic: Fleet Support Unit
January 01, 2020 by LEUT Dave Devlin (author), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer), LSIS Kylie Jagiello (photographer)
Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Krystal Carter spray painting in the spray booth and baking oven at the Surface Finishing workshop at Fleet Support Unit - West, HMAS Stirling, WA.
Supporting the Royal Australian Navy Fleet by providing repair and maintenance services is the core function of the Fleet Support Unit and its regional hubs across Australia.
January 28, 2020 by LEUT Jessica Craig (author), LSIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer), ABIS Benjamin Ricketts (photographer)
Warrant Officer of the Navy, Warrant Officer Deb Butterworth, OAM, CSM and Bar, shakes hands to Leading Seaman Electronics Technician Nathan Spilling, along with other members of Fleet Support Unit - South East in gratitude for their participation in Operation BUSHFIRE ASSIST 19-20 over the Reduced Activity Period.
Royal Australian Navy engineers, contractors and their families who cut short their Christmas break to support Operation BUSHFIRE ASSIST 19-20 were recently recognised for their integral contribution.
Sailors from the Fleet Support Unit conduct maintenance work on the Canadian frigate HMCS Regina, alongside Brisbane, Australia.
Projecting naval power into other regions of the world requires a significant sustainment effort, and Canadian frigate HMCS
Regina recently received a welcome boost when a small team of technicians from the RAN’s Fleet Support Unit showed up in Brisbane to lend a hand.
Manager Project Mutatio, Mr Rod Thompson; Deputy Director Resources at Fleet Support Unit, Ms Kellie Naylor; and Executive Director of Fleet Support Unit, Captain Greg Laxton.
A successful partnership between the Navy’s Fleet Support Unit and the Indigenous company Willyama Indigenous ICT Services has paid dividends for the Royal Australian Navy - resulting in significant cost savings and increased productivity.
Author Chris Helder speaks with officers and sailors from Fleet Support Unit - North about the benefit of a constructive mindset using the concept of Useful Belief, in a lecture conducted at HMAS Coonawarra, Darwin.
Sailors and officers posted to the Navy’s Fleet Support Units have had the rare opportunity to learn from one of Australia’s foremost experts on communication and mindset.
Published on January 10, 2019 by Mrs Rachael Reynolds (author), LSIS Nicolas Gonzalez (photographer)
Petty Officer Brad Barr chose returning to Navy over a senior Defence industry role.
Like many others before him, Petty Officer Brad Barr found re-entry to active Navy service to be a reasonably straightforward process, with a smooth transition back into the team.
Published on January 09, 2019 by Mrs Rachael Reynolds (author), LSIS Nicolas Gonzalez (photographer)
Leading Seaman Chad Freund found re-entry to Navy was a smooth process.
When Leading Seaman Chad Freund left the Royal Australian Navy in 2012 he didn’t think he would be back in uniform six years later.
Graduating class of Certificate III in Surface Preparation and Coating Application - Skill Set course with instructors.
Back row, L-R: AB Boatswains Mates Blake Friend and Callaghan Crossley-Murr; LS Boatswains Mate John Jontvedt; and AB Boatswains Mates James Beresford, Hannah Graham, and Kurt Wade-Cooper.
Front row, L-R: South Metropolitan TAFE WA Surface Finishing Lecturer Jim Ragg; LS Boatswains Mates Owen Curtin and Rohan Baber; AB Boatswains Mates Jacob Webber, Philip Marks and Kaylin Coleman; and South Metropolitan TAFE WA Surface Finishing Lecturer, Stewart Parris.
A group of Boatswains Mates from various RAN units around Australia recently completed a Statement of Attainment in Surface Preparation and Coating Application at Fleet Support Unit West (FSU-W) Surface Finishing Unit HMAS
Royal Australian Navy sailor, Leading Seaman Marine Technician Cameron Campbell, of Fleet Support Unit-South East (Sydney) welds 12.7mm Browning machine gun mounts in the armoury of HMAS Glenelg.
A national approach to planning by Fleet Support Unit (FSU) is facilitating delivery of a simple goal: to enable seaworthiness through maintenance and repair.
Head Navy Engineering, Rear Admiral Colin Lawrence, RAN (centre front), and Navy Engineering Command Warrant Officer, Warrant Officer Christopher Rowley (front centre left), are flanked by Fleet Support Unit Australia and Fleet Support Unit - South East personnel in the workshop at Garden Island, Sydney, after completing HMAS Parramatta's External Maintenance Period.
Navy is rebuilding the Fleet Support Unit (FSU) in order to enhance the capability of technical sailors to conduct maintenance and manufacturing when they are at sea.