The crew of HMAS Stuart at the inaugural Clash of the Clans sports day during their port visit at the Blue Jacket Sports Field, Naval Base Guam.
Four Scottish clans faced off last week, roaring their battle cries into the hills as points were scored, triumphs attained and new relationships forged during HMAS
Stuart’s inaugural Clash of the Clans sports day in Guam.
October 06, 2019 by LEUT Sarah West (author and photographer), Ms Lisa West (photographer)
Navy midfielder Able Seaman Jessica Muir beats a defender to the ball and kicks it towards her goal during the South Coast Sevens seven-a-side football tournament in Gerringong, NSW.
Forty Navy footballers pulled up their socks for the annual South Coast Sevens football tournament at Gerringong last weekend - with the Navy women’s team taking the spoils.
From left, Seaman Electronic Warfare Brady Miller, Seaman Marine Technician Jack Everett, Able Seaman Maritime Logistics - Personnel Bethany East, and Seaman Marine Technician Jason Sneath on the flight deck of HMAS Melbourne during their first deployment at sea.
In her 27th year of faithful service, HMAS
Melbourne has completed her final overseas deployment, returning last week to her home port of Sydney after a successful mission.
Navy footballers at the 2018 South Coast Sevens tournament at Gerringong, New South Wales.
Navy Football Federation Australia is looking for new talent to represent Navy at this year’s South Coast Sevens tournament at Gerringong.
Soccer teams from HMAS Toowoomba; the Third Naval Area Command Team; and HTMS Sriracha before a match at TK Stadium, Phuket, Thailand.
The Royal Australian Navy Anzac class Frigate HMAS
Toowoomba has conducted a port visit to Phuket, Thailand. During the visit a soccer team from the ship played a friendly match with a team from the Thai Navy.
Members of HMAS Success compete against the Security Guards of Sembawang Naval Base in Singapore during a post visit as part of INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019.
Not many people know about the relationship the soccer players of HMAS
Success have forged with members of the security police at Singapore’s Sembawang Wharves.
April 17, 2019 by LEUT Tim Baillie and LEUT Sarah West (author), LCDR Jim Ford (photographer)
Football players from Navy Football Federation Australia and the United States Coast Guard pause for the National Anthem of the United States of America prior to a football match at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickham, Hawaii.
The Navy football team made an impact on and off the field during their recent training and development camp in Hawaii.
The Navy Ladies team at the 2019 Johnny Warren Cup seven-a-side tournament in Jamberoo, New South Wales.
Navy Football Federation Australia continued its commitment to forge stronger ties with the broader Australian football community by participating in the 2019 Johnny Warren Cup last weekend.
The Navy Women’s Team at the South Coast Sevens Football Tournament in Gerringong.
Forty Navy footballers and coaches participated in the South Coast Sevens Football Tournament in Gerringong last weekend, with the Navy Football Federation (Navy FFA) co-hosting the 7-a-side competition in partnership with the Gerringong Breakers Football Club.
Commanding Officer HMAS Toowoomba, Commander Stuart Watters, RAN, presents Commanding Officer RVS Tukuro Kalsaf Graham Alick, with a gift following a friendly soccer match between Vanuatu's Maritime Law Enforcement and HMA Ships Toowoomba and Success during a regional engagement visit to Vanuatu for Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2018.
Shortly after arriving in Vanuatu recently the ship’s companies of HMA Ships
Toowoomba and Success joined the Vanuatu Police Force for an activity cherished by both nations - sport.