Life at sea is definitely for sailor Kiralee Ekin, although this Bateman’s Bay local said it will be that little bit harder around Mother’s Day.
Adelaide’s Stuart Francis grew up hearing about adventures on the high seas from his father, grandfather and uncles.
A career that provides job security and an opportunity to travel the world caught the eye of 20-year-old Adelaide local Brodie Blaik.
There is no challenge too big or small for 26-year-old Katanning local Leading Seaman Benjamin Jenkins.
Flying helicopters for the Royal Australian Navy is a childhood dream come true for Lieutenant Commander Michael Hardy.
Innovation by technical sailors on board HMAS Melville has resulted in the increase of available propulsion power.
Midshipman Samantha Horsfield is the third generation of her family to serve in a ship bearing one of the Navy’s most famous names.
The opportunity to combine his Indigenous heritage and military service is a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity for new sailor Seaman Lynton Robbins.
When Leading Seaman Brooke Summers was 14, she never would have guessed she would be commemorating future Anzac Day services as a sailor.
Able Seaman Elizabeth Jones has fond memories of Anzac Day commemorations in her home town of Launceston.
Growing up, Able Seaman Stephanie Hart would commemorate each Anzac Day at a local dawn service followed by morning tea with family at home.
Able Seaman Amy-Lee d’Hotman de Villiers will be in a catafalque party at the Australian War Memorial on Anzac Day.