While Lieutenant Damian Briggs has always known he was Indigenous, it is not something he embraced until recently.
A Navy gap year officer has swapped the rolling hills of Ballarat for the rolling waves of the ocean.
Indigenous sailors in HMAS Adelaide are swapping stories and celebrating their culture as the ship’s company marks NAIDOC Week.
HMAS Ballarat has joined the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force and the navies of the United States and India, to take part in Exercise Malabar.
An engagement at sea between HMAS Arunta and a Royal New Zealand Air Force P3 Orion has provided a unique training opportunity.
Members of HMAS Ballarat have taken their physical fitness commitment to another level by completing 155 laps around the flight deck.
HMAS Canberra has entered the Captain Cook Graving Dock at Garden Island, Sydney, for an extended maintenance period.
Maritime Aviation Warfare Officer Sub Lieutenant Ashley Hill plays an integral role on board HMAS Ballarat.
A new type of small survey craft that will improve Navy’s geospatial survey capabilities has been launched from HMAS Adelaide for the first time.
HMAS Ballarat and USS John S. McCain united on the high seas and remained in company through the Malacca Strait.
A Navy hydrographic survey team could not get a drink from an old watering hole they found during an exercise in Far North Queensland.
Dummy mines fitted with sensors that react to detection attempts ensured a clearance exercise in Jervis Bay, NSW, was close to reality.