Topic: HMAS Penguin
Royal Australian Navy Fleet Commander, Rear Admiral Jonathon Mead, AM, RAN, centre, with senior Royal Australian Navy officers, front row, and graduates of the Basic Clearance Divers Course 87 at HMAS Penguin, Sydney.
Seven sailors have graduated from Clearance Diving Course 87 at the Australian Defence Force Diving School at HMAS
Penguin, one of the toughest courses Navy has to offer.
Runners starting the 41st annual HMAS Penguin Keeping Watch Gate to Gate Fun Run/Walk at Mosman, Sydney.
A record 280 runners and power walkers turned out for the 41st annual HMAS
Penguin Gate to Gate charity fun run on the shores of Middle Harbour in Sydney.
The Ceremonial Sunset guard prepares to fire a volley with blank cartridges during a ceremony at HMAS Penguin, Mosman on 6 November 2019.
HMAS Penguin has continued its annual tradition of inviting the people of Mosman and the Northern Beaches to a reception to thank the community for their ongoing support, and an opportunity for locals to learn more about Penguin’s mission and get a taste of Navy culture with a Beat to Quarters and Ceremonial Sunset.
September 10, 2019 by LEUT Anthony Martin (author), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer)
Leading Seaman Clearance Diver Brenton Paine, left, speaks with Fiji's Chief of Navy, Captain Humphrey Tawake about the functionality of the transportable recompression chamber at HMAS Waterhen.
A Fijian Navy contingent led by the Chief of the Fijian Navy, Captain Humphrey Tawake, was recently given a familiarisation tour of the Royal Australian Navy’s Diver Recompression chambers.
(L-R) Mrs Anna Beaumont (Sir David Martin’s daughter), Seaman* Paige Darcy, Seaman* Ashley Griffiths, Seaman* Kristina Heron and Lady Susan Martin at the Sir David Martin Foundation annual Bridge Day 2019 at HMAS Penguin.
Penguin recently helped Lady Susan Martin hold her annual Bridge Day to raise funds for David Martin Place.
Members of the ADF Diving School’s Initial Employment Trainee intake 005 with the Siebe Gorman diving pump and brass helmet they refurbished.
Initial Employment Trainee (IET) intake 005 posted to HMAS
Penguin in January 2019 in preparation for the Basic Clearance Diver Course.
Commander Mat Bradley hands over the weight to Commander Bernadette Alexander at the HMAS Penguin change of command ceremony.
After an impressive Naval career spanning 26 years, the Commanding Officer of HMAS
Penguin, Commander Mat Bradley has officially retired from full time service.
Members of current diving courses from HMAS Penguin at the top of the hill after the 'Hill of Hurt' event during the 2019 Balmoral Burn.
Beautiful autumn skies greeted the 19th running of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation Balmoral Burn charity fun run, held on Sunday 26 May 2019.
Commanding Officer of HMAS Penguin, Commander Mat Bradley, presents the HMAS Penguin Shield to a team from Peakhurst Swim Club, after they won the 2019 Penguin Relay at the Balmoral Swim For Cancer event.
A beautiful Sunday morning greeted competitors and organisers as they arrived at Sydney’s Balmoral Beach for the annual Balmoral Swim For Cancer.
Published on May 24, 2019 by LEUT John Thompson (author), LSIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer)
Republic of Singapore Navy Medical Officers perform a ‘cut suit’ triage demonstration at the Changi Naval Base Medical Centre during IMDEX in Singapore.
A surgical ‘cut suit’ that simulates trauma and burns to allow people to practise operations was demonstrated by the Singapore Defence Force during INDO-PACIFIC ENDEAVOUR 2019 (IPE19).