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13 Jul 2020
Commander of the Defence COVID-19 taskforce, Lieutenant General John Frewen, DSC, AM, promotes Leading Seaman Maritime Personnel Operator Morgan Foster to the rank of Midshipman at a ceremony held at Russell Offices, Canberra.
Senior Navy, Army and Air Force officers and sailors gathered at Russell Offices in Canberra this week to acknowledge the promotion of Leading Seaman Morgan Foster to Midshipman, marking a new milestone in her career.
12 Jul 2020
Chief Petty Officer Tony Yarnold, from HMAS Moreton, has worked as the Tactical Operations Centre Watch Keeper and the Duty Officer for Quarantine Control out of Brisbane, Queensland, as part of Operation COVID-19 ASSIST.
After a 19-year hiatus, Chief Petty Officer Tony Yarnold rejoined the Royal Australian Navy to provide support for Operation COVID-19 ASSIST - and along the way celebrated his 60th birthday.
11 Jul 2020
Rear Admiral Andrew Robertson, May 1980.
Rear Admiral Andrew John Robertson, AO DSC RAN - Navy’s most accomplished Gunnery Officer - has died at age 95 in north west New South Wales.
10 Jul 2020
HMAS Parramatta during a refit in the Captain Cook Graving Dock at Garden Island, Sydney, NSW.
HMAS Parramatta will boast improved crew internet connectivity and other services when she emerges from her first significant maintenance period since mid-2018, following a strong year of deployments and achievements.
09 Jul 2020
 Able Seaman Norman Tame, member of HMAS Wyatt Earp's voyage to Antarctica in 1947-48.
Faced with a scarcity of jobs, former water-tank builder Norman Tame followed his mates and joined the Royal Australian Navy almost 80 years ago.
08 Jul 2020
Graduates of the Navy Indigenous Development Program during their Graduation Parade held at HMAS Cairns, Queensland.
Twenty-one recruits who took part in the Navy Indigenous Development Program stood proudly on 22 June, graduating from the five-month course at HMAS Cairns.

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