Topic: HMAS Canberra (L02)
RSL Centenary canvas bag and small medalions
Canberra is putting her considerable weight behind the Returned and Services League of Australia as they celebrate their Centenary Year in 2016.
Able Seaman Marine Technician Madelaine Woolmer in the forward main engine room onboard HMAS Canberra.
High tempo deployments can be difficult at times, but HMAS
Canberra's Able Seaman Marine Technician Madeleine Woolmer is among a growing number of sailors who has found a new source of inspiration to improve their resilience.
Able Seaman Marine Technician Madeleine Woolmer and her family recreate an event 20 years earlier where her father, Brian returned from RIMPAC in HMAS Newcastle.
A wharfside welcome home turned back the clock for one father and daughter recently with HMAS
Canberra's return to Sydney from RIMPAC 2016
“I think of it as being pretty lucky. I get to stay a year younger,” said Able Seaman Aviation Technician Jack Taylor, who lost his 23 rd birthday when HMAS Canberra sailed over the International Date Line recently.
The ability to skip a birthday might be considered a dream for some, but for Able Seaman Aviation Technician Jack Taylor it became a reality when he sailed over the International Date Line onboard HMAS
Canberra on his way back to Australia from Hawaii.
Lieutenant Commander Jaqueline Swinton recently led the Fijian workshop on Women, Peace and Security
While alongside in Fiji, recently, HMAS
Canberra hosted a 'talanoa', or workshop, on United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, Women, Peace and Security.
August 17, 2016 by Department of Defence (author), CMDR Ben Macdonald (photographer), LSIS Helen Frank (photographer)
The Royal Fiji Military Forces band plays as HMAS Canberra approaches the Port of Suva, Fiji where the ship will spent three days to meet again with the people of Fiji and celebrate the bonds of friendship formed during the emergency response following Cyclone Winston.
The Australian Defence Force’s commitment to Fiji in the days following Tropical Cyclone Winston will be remembered during HMAS
Canberra’s return visit to Fiji on 17-20 August.
L-R Able Seaman Boatswains Mate Kale Strawbridge, USMC Sergeant Spenser Spuck, USMC Sergeant Mitchell Garino, and Able Seaman Musician Luke Stanley meet on the flight deck of HMAS Canberra during Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2016.
Beards and Vegemite were among the curiosities when more than 130 United States Marines embarked in HMAS
Canberra for the sea phase of Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2016.
A United States Marine Corps (USMC) AH-1W SuperCobra helicopter (front) and a USMC UH-1Y Venom medium utility helicopter (rear) rest on the flight deck of HMAS Canberra during the 'freeplay' phase of Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2016.
Canberra has been visited by one of the most potent attack helicopters in the United States Marine Corps, the AH-1 SuperCobra.
August 20, 2016 by LSIS Helen Frank (author), POIS Yuri Ramsey (photographer), ABIS Steven Thomson (photographer)
Seaman Boatswains Mate Jack Bellingham on the flight deck onboard HMAS Canberra.
Not wanting to settle for a nine-to-five job, Jack Bellingham decided to take a leaf from his father's book and join the Royal Australian Navy.
Flight Lieutenant Paul Atteridge in Flight Control on HMAS Canberra during Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2016.
Royal Australian Air Force Flight Lieutenant Paul Atteridge called in two of the world’s biggest and fastest rotary wing aircraft when the Navy conducted a world-first trial recently.