Navy’s Maritime Geospatial Warfare Unit tested its newest deployable meteorological equipment in a field adjacent to HMAS Penguin.
The Navy Chaplaincy Branch conference at HMAS Penguin explored research on the value of chaplaincy.
Mapping the ocean floor is an important job in the Navy, providing a major capability during war and peacetime.
Personnel from HMAS Penguin took part in the Say No to Domestic Violence Walk in Sydney.
The ship’s company of HMAS Penguin has taken part in an annual charity event that aims to stop domestic violence against women.
An innovative, time-saving and cost-effective idea has led to Leading Seaman Boatswain Mate Bradley Reynolds awarded a gold commendation.
The Sydney Weapons Training Simulation System is the first to be operated by Navy personnel.
Graduates of course 21 of the RAN Underwater Medicine Clinician course celebrated the completion of seven months of training.
Boot-cleaning stations are the new innovative inclusions at HMAS Penguin, Sydney.
For Commander Douglas Falconer, Anzac Day this year will be marked at sea in HMAS Adelaide rather than at his local RSL dawn service.
Seven sailors have graduated from one of the toughest courses Navy has to offer at the Australian Defence Force Diving School.