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22 Sep 2014
5.6 tonnes of cannabis resin, intercepted from a dhow in the Middle East Region, is counted on the flight deck of HMAS Toowoomba during Operation Manitou.
A combined Australian and New Zealand operation conducted 260 km off the coast of Africa has seized more than 5.6 tonnes of cannabis resin, worth an estimated $280 million (AUD).
22 Sep 2014
The Navy HQ Tasmania team pose for a photo at the finish line at the completion of the Ross Marathon in Tasmania. The Navy HQ Team is made up of ADF members and  civilians and family members.
On a fresh Sunday morning in Tasmania in September, no marathon world records were broken. But, members of the Navy Headquarter Tasmania (NHQ-Tas) team that participated in the Ross Marathon achieved a number of personal best times. 
22 Sep 2014
Sub Lieutenant Asara takes part in the 2014 Noah’s Challenge Adventure Race in Nowra, NSW.
On September 6, personnel from HMAS Creswell and the New Entry Officer’s Course participated in the Noah's Challenge adventure race in and around the Nowra area.
21 Sep 2014
Deputy Training Authority Maritime Warfare, Captain William Martin (left) presents the Bradley Meek Shield for Most Outstanding Combat Survivability Instructor to Petty Officer Marine Technician Michael Fagg at the School of Ships Survivability and Safety of HMAS Cerberus, Victoria.
Petty Officer Marine Technician Michael Fagg of the Royal Australian Navy School of Survivability and Ship Safety Training Facility (South) at HMAS Cerberus, has been awarded the perpetual Bradley Meek Shield, recognising him as the most outstanding Combat Survivability Instructor at the school for 2013.
21 Sep 2014
(L-R) Shaun Mallinson with son Matthew Mallinson (aged six), Commanding Officer HMAS Albatross, Captain Simon Bateman, CSC, RAN, Ben Le, Mr Peabody the Monkey, Erin Thoroughgood, Amanda Lloyd and Jayden Mallinson (aged 11) at St Michael's Catholic School, Nowra.
Captain Simon Bateman, Commanding Officer of HMAS Albatross, has joined a team of Shoalhaven residents in the Sydney Running Festival today. They're running for a very special cause. 

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