Topic: HMAS Adelaide (L01)
Outgoing Commandng Officer HMAS Adelaide, Captain Paul Mandziy, CSC, RAN, left, hands over the 'weight', a 100 year old polished pick, to incoming Commandng Officer Captain Jonathan Earley, RAN, during a Command Supersession aboard HMAS Adelaide at Garden Island, Sydney.
Captain Jonathan Earley is excited by the challenge of what is shaping to be one of the busiest and most significant years in the Royal Australian Navy’s recent history.
Chief Petty Officer Boatswain Daniel MacQueen is reunited with his father Denis MacQueen, on HMAS Choules alongside Hobart.
A visit to Hobart by an Australian warship was enough to bring a former Tasmanian lobster fisherman to tears - reflecting on the service of his two sons in the Royal Australian Navy.
Maritime Warfare Officers (L) Lieutenant (LEUT) Matthew Smith, RAN and (R) LEUT Melanie Kristensen, RAN, with 808 Squadron Pilot, LEUT Tammie-Lee Hunter and Lieutenant Commander Colin McLeod, RAN, in the Flying Control Office, HMAS Adelaide.
The Royal Australian Navy’s largest vessels, HMA Ships
Canberra and Adelaide, have presented opportunities to break down stereotypes within the Navy and between services as the platforms reflect true combined capability.
(R-L) HMA Ships Adelaide, Melbourne, Newcastle, Parramatta, Gascoyne and Huon leave Sydney Harbour to take part in Exercise OCEAN RAIDER, one of the Royal Australian Navy's largest maritime warfare activities.
Warships, submarines and aircraft from all over the country are converging on Bass Strait for the final week of Exercise OCEAN RAIDER, one of the Royal Australian Navy’s largest maritime warfare activities.
Leading Seaman Aviation Robert Brook signals an Australian Army CH47F Chinook helicopter to land on the deck of HMAS Adelaide, as the ship conducts First of Class Flight Trials for the CH47F.
First of class flight trials for the CH-47F Chinook aircraft have wrapped up onboard amphibious ship, HMAS
Australian Defence Force Gap Year - Navy participant, Seaman Sinead Prewett conducts her sea training phase onboard HMAS Adelaide.
A number of Navy sailors are having the time of their lives this year in a ‘try before you buy’ scheme allowing young Australians to experience life in uniform.
An Australian Army CH-47F Chinook helicopter conducts night time flying serials from the flight deck of HMAS Adelaide, off the coast of northern New South Wales.
Two giants of the Australian Defence Force, amphibious ship HMAS
Adelaide, and the CH-47F Chinook helicopter are expanding Defence capability in the waters off Australia’s northern coastline, conducting first of class flight trials.
September 04, 2016 by POIS Paul McCallum (author and photographer), LSIS Sarah Williams (photographer)
HMAS Adelaide conducts a City2Surf fun run on the flight deck as the ship sails to Hobart, Tasmania.
The crew of HMAS
Adelaide did not let the fact they were at sea stop them from taking part in Sydney’s City2Surf, setting up their own version of the famous fun run onboard.
Sailors from HMAS Arunta conduct Brocco thermal lance training during a damage control exercise onboard Arunta.
The crew from HMAS
Arunta made gains by sitting still recently when the ship took part in a simulation exercise alongside.
August 23, 2016 by LEUT Adam Grover (author), POIS Paul McCallum (photographer), LSIS Sarah Williams (photographer)
An Australian Army CH47F Chinook helicopter launches from the deck of HMAS Adelaide, as the ship conducts First of Class Flight Trials for the CH47F.
Adelaide has been working in Tasmanian waters to conduct cold weather aspects of the first of class flight trials for the ‘big birds’ of the Army; the new Chinook CH-47F.