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22 Oct 2016
Able Seaman Electronics Technician Nicholas Stevenson provides an interviews during a recording of the engineering webisode.
When Able Seaman Electronics Technician Nick Challinor Stevenson arrived at the Fleet Support Unit, starring in a video production was the last thing on his mind.
22 Oct 2016
Petty Officer Medical Samone Black bench pressing during the HMAS Perth powerlifting competition.
In the scorching heat of Bahrain, clanking of iron and grunts of effort have been heard emanating between decks in HMAS Perth.
22 Oct 2016
Able Seaman Combat Systems Operator Mitch Rodway in the Operations Room onboard HMAS Perth.
Able Seaman Mitchell Rodway is a member of the ship's company of HMAS Perth who, like the ship, is on his first operational deployment to the Middle East region as part of Operation MANITOU.
21 Oct 2016
Leading Seaman Jodie Khan from HMAS Albatross with the ball during the Eastern Australian Area Netball Competition, held at the Indoor Sports Centre, Alexandria.
A male-dominated HMAS Albatross side won the Eastern Australian Area Netball Competition, outdoing HMAS Penguin in the final at Alexandria in late September.
21 Oct 2016
HMAS Stirling ships company participate in a spin-a-thon in the HMAS Stirling gymnasium.

(L-R) Able Seaman Communication and Information Systems Spencer Doyle, Commanding Officer HMAS Stirling, Captain Brian Delamont, RAN, Leading Seaman Physical Training Instructor (LSPTI) Jacob Machen, and LSPTI Tamara Prins.
Navy members have continued their support of Life Education Australia's 'Ocsober' campaign this year, through a number of activities helping raise funds and awareness of healthy life choices.
21 Oct 2016
Commanding Officer HMAS Canberra, Captain Chris Smith and several Canberra officers and sailors visited Bradleys Head with Mr Bob Auston where they saw the tree dedicated to previous ships bearing the Canberra name and other naval memorials at the site.
Many officers and sailors from navies all over the world have come to attention as their ships sailed past Bradley's Head on Sydney Harbour, but how many of them knew of the significance of the headland?

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If you're in Nowra on 23 October 2016 why not come along to the 5th Annual Albatross Show n Shine at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Nowra Hill. Gates open at 8am for Entrant and Spectator...
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