Topic: HMAS Albany (P86)
Officer of the watch on Her Majesty's Papua New Guinean Ship Moresby Sub-Lieutenant Peter Waso, takes a bearing during officer of the watch manoeuvres during Exercise Kakadu 2016, Darwin, NT.
Glenelg and Albany have been enjoying some in-company time with our closest Commonwealth neighbours in the Arafura Sea as part of Exercise KAKADU.
September 18, 2016 by LEUT Nicholas Robinson (author), LSIS Justin Brown (photographer)
HMAS Albany at sea off the coast of Darwin during Exercise Kakadu 2016.
Patrol boat, HMAS
Albany has put to sea with Australia’s regional partners off the coast of Darwin, participating in Exercise KAKADU, which runs until 23 September.
From left, Midshipmen Kosbi Koyati, from PNG Navy, and Thomas Icke, RAN compare notes on chart work aboard Her Majesty's Papua New Guinean Ship (HMPNGS) Moresby, during Exercise Kakadu 2016.
Two Midshipmen, one from Australia and one from Papua New Guinea, discovered they have a lot in common during Exercise KAKADU.
Professor Ian Howard displays his proof of concept for his upcoming artistic piece. He will use wax crayons to get rubbings of the Armidale Class Patrol Boat HMAS Albany alongside HMAS Coonawarra in Darwin, Northern Territory.
Armidale Class Patrol Boat HMAS
Albany is set be immortalised in art and displayed at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
A production platform in the North West Shelf. Exercise RED RAPTOR 13-3 was conducted by HMAS Albany in December 2013 to reinforce the Navy's persistence operations, providing a visible presence in the North West Shelf region and helping to strengthen maritime security efforts for the sea lanes vital to Australia's economy.
The crew of HMAS
Albany kept a vigilant watch over Australia's remote North West Shelf region while people across Australia were enjoying Christmas festivities.
HMAS Albany rendezvous with Police Patrol Vessel Beagle Gulf to hand over the disabled sailing vessel Su Ying for further towing to Darwin.
Three Australian occupants of a disabled sailing vessel, 105 nautical miles north west of Darwin are back on terra firma this week thanks to assistance by Armidale Class Patrol Boat HMAS
ATTACK ONE personnel from HMAS Albany proceed in rigid hull inflatable boats to a simulated Suspected Irregular Entry Vessel (SIEV) during their Mission Readiness Evaluation by Sea Training Unit - Minor War Vessel.
The Armidale Class Patrol Boat crew ATTACK ONE has been deemed mission ready for Operation RESOLUTE following two weeks of training by Sea Training Unit – Minor War Vessels and a final assessment by the senior assessor Commodore Warfare.
LSBM Christian Duncan receives an award for the Sea Training Unit-Minor War Vessel Instructor of the Year by Commodore Warfare, CDRE Peter Leavy and Commanding Officer ATTACK ONE LEUT Justine Archer during Attack One's Mission Readiness Evaluation.
A very busy period for the Sea Training Unit - Minor War Vessels in Darwin concluded this month with the presentation of an award to one of their own, who was named Instructor of the Year.
Leading Seaman Marine Technician Ricky Garner performs routine maintenance on the starboard sea boat of HMAS Albany during Operation RESOLUTE.
Ricky Garner loves working on Armidale Class Patrol Boats but it’s nothing compared to the love of his family which the Royal Australian Navy helped him build.
Leading Seaman Boatswain Mate Adam Quinn stands on the flag deck of HMAS Albany during Operation RESOLUTE.
Adam Quinn joined the Royal Australian Navy looking for a career that could give him a change of lifestyle.