A World War II veteran has returned to the shore establishment where his career in the Navy began almost seven decades ago.
The crews of HMAS Sirius and HMAS Anzac have conducted vital firefighting and toxic hazard training.
Sail Training Ship Young Endeavour has completed its first voyage since sailing was suspended in March last year because of COVID-19.
Canberra's Brindabella Park was awash with white uniforms on the first day of autumn as Navy celebrated its 120th birthday.
HMAS Sheean berthed at Beauty Point in northern Tasmania at the weekend in the first of a series of port visits in the state.
Ten ADFA engineering students have completed a six-week placement with Navy Engineering Branch working alongside qualified professionals.
A coin has been secured to the main mast of Navy's first offshore patrol vessel in a tradition dating back thousands of years.
Navy Tridents are gearing up to take on a range of international and representative teams in the Harmony Cup nines tournament.
Former Petty Officer Danny Joyce was presented with an Australian Service Medal.
HMA Ships Gascoyne and Diamantina flexed their mine-hunting muscles during the first phase of their Fleet Concentration Period.
Commander of the Australian Fleet Rear Admiral Mark Hammond handed out awards during a recent visit to HMAS Coonawarra.
Petty Officer Jake Garrick loves his job as a physical training instructor in HMAS Harman.