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RoyalAustralianNavy May 18
Capability on display for launch of NUSHIP Sydney
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 20
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 24
Warrant Officer retires after 43 years service
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 23
Horse whispering helps Navy people understand communication
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 22
Aviation Support Trainees approach graduation
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 24
On this day, 25 May 1949, HMAS Sydney (III) arrived in Jervis Bay with the Fleet Air Arm’s first Naval Air Squadrons, 805 and 816 Squadrons, embarked.
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 24
Two hauls in two days for HMAS Warramunga
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 23
On this day, 24 May 2006, HMAS Adelaide (II) entered Dili Harbour as one of the first units to arrive for Op ASTUTE, the ADF’s response to the request for assistance from the Government of Timor Leste to restore civil order.
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 19
On this day, 20 May 1941, the Battle of Crete (20-31 May 1941) commences. HMA Ships Perth (I), Stuart (I), Vendetta (I), Voyager (I), Waterhen (I), Napier and Nizam were involved in the defence and subsequent evacuation of Crete.
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Service buttons needed to remember our fallen
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Defence Jobs Aust May 24
has a medical facility similar in size to Goulburn Hospital. See first-hand the incredible capability the has on board its flagship vessel.
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 22
On this day, 23 May 1941, Ordinary Seaman Ian Rhodes, a RAN Volunteer Reserve sailor, was awarded the Conspicuous Service Medal for courage in action when HMS Kashmir was sunk during operations to defend Crete.
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 19
Diver diplomacy the winner at DIVEX 18
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On this day, 26 May 1986, HMAS Flinders arrived in Honiara to offer humanitarian relief in the wake of Cyclone Namu, which struck the Solomon Islands on 20 May leaving more than 100 people dead and an estimated 90,000 without shelter.
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 24
personnel have joined the French Armed Forces of to practise Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief (HADR) as part of Exercise CROIX DU SUD 2018, the largest exercise in the South Pacific.
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 23
Soil from Garden Island to feature in a tribute to veterans
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 23
On this day, 24 May 1914, the RAN’s first submarines, HMA Submarines AE1 and AE2 arrived in Sydney having left England 83 days earlier on 2 March 1914. Both submarines were lost during World War I.
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Lachlan Rowe May 23
Finally got my hands on a copy of "The Navy and the Nation" by A must have for any Junior Officer of any service looking to understand the inner workings of the for the future
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 22
On this day, 23 May 2005, HMAS Newcastle departed for the Middle East region on Operation CATALYST. Newcastle's deployment was the Navy’s 34th individual ship deployment to the Middle East region since 1990.
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RoyalAustralianNavy May 22
On this day, 23 May 1969, the actions of members of Clearance Diving Team 3 in Vung Tau Harbour, Vietnam resulted in the awarding of a Mention in Despatches to AB JL Garrett and the British Empire Medal to CPO AV Rashleigh.
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