Topic: Beyond Blue

Warship Alliance digs deep for charity

Published on by LEUT Gary McHugh (author), LSIS Ronnie Baltoft (photographer)

Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA) Alliance Executive Assistant Kerryne Herridge (front left) and WAMA Alliance General Manager Russell Parker (front right) with (back row L-R) WAMA Office Services Manager Adam McLachlan; Asset Lifecycle Technical Officer Jason Phillips; and Anzac Ships Project Office Director Gary Watson at the WAMA Alliance office in Rockingham, WA. (photo: LSIS Ronnie Baltoft)

Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA) Alliance Executive Assistant Kerryne Herridge (front left) and WAMA Alliance General Manager Russell Parker (front right) with (back row L-R) WAMA Office Services Manager Adam McLachlan; Asset Lifecycle Technical Officer Jason Phillips; and Anzac Ships Project Office Director Gary Watson at the WAMA Alliance office in Rockingham, WA.

The Warship Asset Management Agreement Alliance, also known as WAMA, has reached a significant milestone in charity donations through its Team Anzac Charity Canteen.

Navy gets dirty for mental health

This article has photo gallery Published on by SBLT Reuben Sugars (author), SBLT Harry Joseland (photographer)

After three hours of mud, storms and obstacles Sub Lieutenant (SBLT) Jack Petersen; Seaman Electronics Technician Sean McCartney; SBLT Joe Mikhail and SBLT Daniel Altschwager celebrate a mission well done. (photo: SBLT Harry Joseland)

After three hours of mud, storms and obstacles Sub Lieutenant (SBLT) Jack Petersen; Seaman Electronics Technician Sean McCartney; SBLT Joe Mikhail and SBLT Daniel Altschwager celebrate a mission well done.

Fifteen personnel from HMAS Cerberus Technical Training Faculty braved a course of mud and obstacles in stormy weather to raise funds for Beyond Blue on Sunday 20 October.

The Great Navy Shave

Published on by LSCSO Andrew McKail (author), Unknown (photographer)

Lieutenant Robert Stain braves the razor as his beard is shaved off by Seaman Medic Jasmin Edgar. (photo: Unknown)

Lieutenant Robert Stain braves the razor as his beard is shaved off by Seaman Medic Jasmin Edgar.

Navy people attending the Army School of Health in Latchford Barracks, Victoria have braved the razor as part of The Great Navy Shave.

 

Rankin team treks for health

This article has photo gallery Published on by CPOCISSM Anthony O’Riley (author), CPOIS Damian Pawlenko (photographer), LSIS Lee-Anne Mack (photographer)

Commanding Officer HMAS Rankin, Commander Doug Theobald, right, and organiser of the trek, Chief of the Boat, Chief Petty Officer Communication and Information Systems Anthony O'Riley, completing the last section of the Bibbulmun Track, near the Mundaring Weir Hotel, WA. (photo: CPOIS Damian Pawlenko)

Commanding Officer HMAS Rankin, Commander Doug Theobald, right, and organiser of the trek, Chief of the Boat, Chief Petty Officer Communication and Information Systems Anthony O'Riley, completing the last section of the Bibbulmun Track, near the Mundaring Weir Hotel, WA.

The submariners in HMAS Rankin have completed a month-long adventure training exercise that took them from Kalamunda to Albany, in Western Australia, and also raised money for a very worthy cause.

HMAS Darwin giving back

This article has photo gallery Published on by LCDR Jason O’Gorman (author), Department of Defence (photographer)

Leading Seaman Combat Systems Operator Joshua Scanlon presents a cheque to Mr Alex Green from the Sir David Martin Foundation (photo: Unknown)

Leading Seaman Combat Systems Operator Joshua Scanlon presents a cheque to Mr Alex Green from the Sir David Martin Foundation

More than $36,000 was presented to worthy charities as a result of HMAS Darwin’s fundraising efforts during the frigate's recent Operation MANITOU deployment.

Riding the reef for Beyond Blue

This article has photo gallery Published on by SBLT Aidan Gallagher (author), LSML-S Joshua Matthews (photographer)

Seaman Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Brian Semple gets some kilometres up for the Sirius 'Ride the Reef' charity fundraising event for Beyond Blue. (photo: LSML-S Joshua Matthews)

Seaman Maritime Logistics - Supply Chain Brian Semple gets some kilometres up for the Sirius 'Ride the Reef' charity fundraising event for Beyond Blue.

As HMAS Sirius was about to commence transiting through the Great Barrier Reef on return from a successful South East Asian deployment, Lieutenant Commander Neil Krauklis was limbering up on the bridge wing waiting for the starter's whistle to begin pedalling for the charity fundraising event 'Ride the Reef for Beyond Blue'.

Battling the deep blue to support Beyond Blue

Published on by LEUT Ben Robinson (author)

Lieutenant Kiri Nothdurft, a Maritime Geospatial Officer - Meteorology, based at HMAS Stirling, was at Cottesloe Beach to participate in the 25th Anniversary Rottnest Channel Swim. (photo: Unknown)

Lieutenant Kiri Nothdurft, a Maritime Geospatial Officer - Meteorology, based at HMAS Stirling, was at Cottesloe Beach to participate in the 25th Anniversary Rottnest Channel Swim.

Battling a 25 knot south westerly wind, a two metre swell and shark infested waters may not seem like everyone’s idea of a fun day at the beach, however, Lieutenant Kiri Nothdurft faced the challenge head on.

Sirius supports Beyond Blue

Published on by LEUT Mark Taylor (author), LEUT Timothy Milas (photographer)

Lieutenant Commander Peter Russell and Leading Seaman Daniel Taylor present a $2000 donation from HMAS Sirius to Susan Anderson from Beyond Blue. (photo: LEUT Timothy Milas)

Lieutenant Commander Peter Russell and Leading Seaman Daniel Taylor present a $2000 donation from HMAS Sirius to Susan Anderson from Beyond Blue.

HMAS Sirius hosted a representative from Beyond Blue and the mental health staff from HMAS Stirling onboard in April, to donate a fundraising cheque for $2000 dollars, share a BBQ and have a general meet and greet.

Navy congratulates officer named Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year

This article has photo gallery Published on by Ms Eliza Bavin (author), LSIS Paul McCallum (photographer)

The 2012 Young Business Woman of the Year Chandra Clements presents Lieutenant Commander Kelly Haywood with her certificate for the National Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year 2013. (photo: LSIS Paul McCallum)

The 2012 Young Business Woman of the Year Chandra Clements presents Lieutenant Commander Kelly Haywood with her certificate for the National Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year 2013.

The professional and personal achievements of Lieutenant Commander Kelly Haywood were recognised overnight, with Telstra announcing her as their Young Business Woman of the Year at the National Awards Gala Dinner presentation in Melbourne.

Navy raises over $12,000 for Beyond Blue in Perth’s City to Surf

Published on by CPOIS David Connolly (photographer)

The Navy ‘Choose to Live – Love your Life’ team on completion of the Perth City to Surf. (L-R) CMDR Cass Ryan, CAPT Wendy Malcolm, Elise Reeves, LCDR Kelly Haywood, LCDR Lauren Harmer, CPO Chris Harmer and LS Bri Leth. (photo: Unknown)

The Navy ‘Choose to Live – Love your Life’ team on completion of the Perth City to Surf. (L-R) CMDR Cass Ryan, CAPT Wendy Malcolm, Elise Reeves, LCDR Kelly Haywood, LCDR Lauren Harmer, CPO Chris Harmer and LS Bri Leth.

After the loss of a very close friend and work colleague, LCDR Kelly Haywood took time reflect on how deeply affected she and many others had been by depression and suicide.