As her friends and family were celebrating Vanuatu’s 41st anniversary of independence in late July, Vanuatu Police Force Maritime Wing (PMW) PC Merwel Vocor was leaving Vanuatu for Australia.
Working with a small group of specialist reserve entry trainee officers has been an unexpected career highlight for midshipmen Ryan Rafferty and Rebecca Wright.
Providing a high level of medical care to her comrades at sea and in the field was a childhood dream for Lieutenant Laura McRae – and it is about to come true.
Daydreaming isn’t uncommon for primary school students – but for one aspiring Royal Australian Navy pilot, it certainly paid off.
For Midshipman Amanda Fowler, the toughest challenge over the past five months was adapting to military life and meeting strict dress and bearing protocols.
One hundred and seventy three proud graduates of the Royal Australian Naval College (RANC), dressed sharply in winter ceremonial uniforms, have marked the end of five months of training with the graduation of New Entry Officers Course (NEOC) 64.
Restored ex-Royal Australian Naval College (RANC) yacht Franklin II sailed back to her former home port of HMAS Creswell in Jervis Bay on April 21.
Just a couple of hours into his day at sea on HMAS Anzac III, Lieutenant Lazarus Lai De Oliveira has reported on the operational state of the ship, briefed a group of weapons-electrical sailors on taskings and supervised high-tech equipment trials.
A commemoration service was held at Brighton Cemetery in Victoria on March 1 to remember Vice Admiral Sir William Rooke Creswell.
Clarence Valley woman Roslyn Gibson has a new plan for her future.