HMAS Stirling ships company participate in a spin-a-thon in the HMAS Stirling gymnasium.
(L-R) Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Spencer Doyle, Commanding Officer HMAS Stirling, Captain Brian Delamont, RAN, Leading Seaman Physical Training Instructor (LSPTI) Jacob Machen, and LSPTI Tamara Prins.
Navy members have continued their support of Life Education Australia's 'Ocsober' campaign this year, through a number of activities helping raise funds and awareness of healthy life choices.
Able Seaman Dental Assistant Charni Atkins on the bike representing the Health Centre at the HMAS Stirling 24 Spinathon for Ocsober 2015.
It was all aboard the stationary bikes recently as personnel from HMAS
Stirling took part in the annual 24-hour Spinathon to raise awareness for the upcoming Ocsober.
HMAS Coonawarra Spinathon Spinners and Healthy Harold spin together for HMAS Coonawarra’s Ocsober Spinathon challenge.
A team from HMAS
Coonawarra rallied together in October to conduct spinathon in support of Coonawarra’s Ocsober challenge.
Leading Seaman Annah Whittaker with one of her promotional signs for the ship's Ocsober fitness challenge on board HMAS Melbourne whilst on patrol in the Middle East Area of Operations.
The officers and sailors of the Guided Missile Frigate, HMAS
Melbourne, are embracing Ocsober, the annual fundraising initiative that encourages people to give up alcohol for the month of October.
Published on September 25, 2013 by LEUT Samantha Dudley (author), LSIS Bradley Darvill (photographer)
Teams from HMAS Stirling complete a 24 hour spin bike challenge for the Ocsober charity.
Personnel from HMAS
Stirling and Fleet Base West ported ships showed their support for Life Education’s ‘Ocsober’ by participating in a 24 hour spin bike marathon at the Fleet Base West gymnasium over 19-20 September.
'Healthy Harold' the lovable giraffe mascot receives attention at the commencement of the 2013 Ocsober campaign at HMAS Coonawarra.
Top End sailors have enjoyed a ‘long neck’ of a different variety this Friday with a visit by Life Education’s giraffe mascot ‘Healthy Harold’ to patrol boat base HMAS
CPO Dion McCrabb, Executive Officer HMAS Cerberus CMDR Mike Oborn, Healthy Harold and the Cerberus Ocsober co-ordinator LEUT Melissa Lindsay launch the HMAS Cerberus 12 hour Ocsober swim challenge.
Sailors from HMAS
Cerberus dived into the launch of Ocsober in Victoria. Around 300 swimmers took the plunge for a good cause, taking part in a continuous 12 hour swimming relay.
Published on September 11, 2013 by LEUT Sarah West (author), Mr Pup Elliott (photographer), POIS Paul Berry (photographer)
At 2000hrs (eight hours since the start) Navy personnel continue swimming laps at the Australian Defence Force Academy pool as part of the Navy's 24hr swim relay in support of Life Education's Ocsober launch.
The Royal Australian Navy has made a cracking start to its Ocsober campaign this year, having already raised more than $15,400 - and October is still weeks away!
Published on September 06, 2013 by POIS Paul Berry (author and photographer), LSIS Helen Frank (photographer)
(Front centre) Chief Executive Officer for Life Education NSW, Mr Jay Bacik; Healthy Harold; and Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral (VADM) Ray Griggs are joined by Navy swimmers at the Australian Defence Force Academy Pool for the 24-hour team relay swim.
Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral (VADM) Ray Griggs, and Chief Executive Officer for Life Education NSW, Mr Jay Bacik, have launched the national Ocsober Awareness campaign at the Australian Defence Force Academy Pool with a 24-hour team relay swim.
Deputy Director Navy Reputation Management, Commander Lewis Gaha, gets some last minute training in ahead of Navy's 'Ocsober' 24-hour fundraising swimathon at the ADFA Pool.
Navy swimmers will take to the pool for 24 hours in Canberra tomorrow to launch the 2013 national Ocsober campaign to help Aussie kids get ‘Life Education’.