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21 Jul 2018 Remains of Private Thomas Hurdis re-unified
The partial remains of Private Thomas Hurdis had been re-interred with his substantive remains at the Mont Huon Military Cemetery in Le Treport, France, Minister for Defence Personnel Darren Chester said.  In late 2017, the partial remains of an Australian soldier were reported by a member of the public to be held in the collection of the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia.  These were found to be those of Private Hurdis who died from his wounds while under the care of United States medical teams following the Battle of Polygon Wood, Belgium.  More.....
20 Jul 2018 Voice of ‘Good morning, Vietnam’ dies at 79
Adrian Cronauer, a legend of the Vietnam War, and the inspiration for the 1987 movie “Good Morning, Vietnam,” died Wednesday.  He was 79.  An Air Force sergeant during his service in Vietnam as a disc jockey with the Armed Forces Radio Service, Cronauer began his early morning show, “Dawnbuster”, with the iconic words “Goooood morning, Vietnam!”  The 1987 movie, starring Robin Williams, turned that line into a national catch-phrase years after the war ended.  More.....
20 Jul 2018 Battle of Fromelles Commemoration and Headstone Rededication Ceremony
Nine Australian World War I soldiers identified by the 2018 Fromelles Project Identification Board have had their new, named headstones unveiled at the Battle of Fromelles Commemoration and Headstone Rededication Ceremony on the 102nd anniversary of the battle, Minister for Defence Personnel Darren Chester said.  The nine soldiers were originally recovered from unmarked mass graves adjacent to Pheasant Wood in France in 2009.  They were among 250 soldiers who fought and died in the 1916 Battle of Fromelles.  The soldiers recovered were:
  • Captain Kenneth Malcolm Mortimer, 29th Battalion Australian Imperial Force (AIF)
  • 2825 Corporal Alfred Thompson, 55th Battalion AIF
  • 191 Private Henry Bell 29th Battalion AIF
  • 1218 Private William Edwin Boyce, 32nd Battalion AIF
  • 889 Private Henry Gardner, 30th Battalion AIF
  • 1011 Private Alexander McCulloch, 32nd Battalion AIF
  • 314 Private Stanley Richard O’Donnell, 29th Battalion AIF
  • 3983 Private James Robert Smith, 31st Battalion AIF
  • 795 Private Claude Yeo, 30th Battalion AIF
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19 Jul 2018 Salvage team discovers sunken Russian cruiser carrying 200 tons of gold
The wreck of a Russian warship that had sunk near South Korean island Ulleungdo 113 years ago has been discovered, Korean salvage company Shinil Group said.  The 5,800-ton Dmitrii Donskoy, found at a depth of 434 meters and at 1.3 kilometers from the island, is believed to carry some 200 tons of gold worth nearly USD 130 billion.  The semi-armored cruiser was part of the Russian Baltic Fleet which encountered the Battle of Tsushima in May 1905 after it had been intercepted by the Japanese fleet.  More.....
18 Jul 2018 US Amphibious Assault Vehicles embark HMAS Adelaide
17 Jul 2018 MV Rushcutter: World War II boat rescued from watery resting place in Darwin Harbour
An old Navy boat that ferried World War II forces behind enemy lines has finally been pulled out of Darwin Harbour, after several failed attempts.  MV Rushcutter, known as HDML 1321 during the war, was used by Australia's Z Special Unit to transport commandos to covert operations in Papua New Guinea.  The boat sank in the harbour almost two years ago and the Darwin Port then pulled it to a safer position near the Catalina boat ramp at East Arm.  A small group of volunteers known as Save Motor Launch 1321 purchased the boat from its former private owner for $2 and has been trying to recover it ever since.  More.....
17 Jul 2018 Australia awards AU$213m for Garden Island naval base upgrades
The Australian government has launched an indigenous joint venture which will be in charge of delivering Bayinguwa critical wharf works at Garden Island Defence Precinct as part of a project worth AU$213 million.  The Bayinguwa Delivery Team is a joint venture between Pacific Services Group Holdings Pty Ltd (PSG Holdings) and Lendlease Engineering Pty Ltd. PSG Holdings, a small to medium enterprise that is 100 per cent Indigenous owned, managed the design of the works.  PSG Holdings has teamed with Lendlease for the construction of the works.  More.....
17 Jul 2018 Saab unveils new anti-ship missile RBS15 Gungnir
Swedish defense technology company Saab has unveiled its next generation anti-ship missile system – the RBS15 Gungnir – that will be on display at the Farnborough International Airshow 2018 for the first time.  The company says the new system continues the tradition of robust and autonomous all-weather capability of the RBS15 missile family but utilizing a design that unlocks a new level of future growth potential.  Whilst RBS15 Mk3 delivers the capabilities that forces require today, the RBS15 Gungnir also integrates with pre-existing RBS15 infrastructure.  More.....
17 Jul 2018 Sonar Trials and Testing Facility in Tasmania
Thales Australia is looking to make Tasmania the home of a state-of-the-art trials and test facility for submarine and surface ship sonar systems.  Thales Australia, the University of Tasmania, Australian Maritime College and AMOG Consulting today signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to investigate the establishment of the facility.  The potential locations being investigated for the facility are located in the federal seat of Braddon and will create jobs and develop world leading expertise for the region.  More.....
17 Jul 2018 Fleet Commander meets Navy RIMPAC Commanders
Sailing for the sea phase of RIMPAC 18 aboard HMAS Success there was meeting of minds when Navy’s senior leadership team met with Fleet Commander Rear Admiral Jonathan Mead.  According to RADM Mead, this is one of Navy’s single largest commitments to RIMPAC, and apart from the host United States Navy, the RAN is the longest contributor of forces to the exercise.  “RIMPAC continues to be Navy’s most important military engagement and its significance can’t be underestimated.  We train, practice and learn from our allies and friends in circumstances which simply don’t occur in any other exercise,” said RADM Mead.  More.....
16 Jul 2018 One last RIMPAC for Battle Tanker
With 32 years of service behind her, HMAS Success is at sea for her 11th and final Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) in Hawaii.  The auxiliary oiler - also known as Navy’s ‘Battle Tanker’ – sailed from Pearl Harbor along with HMA Ships Adelaide, Melbourne and Toowoomba for the sea phase of RIMPAC off the Hawaiian coast.  Now in its 26th iteration, RIMPAC is the world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise.  More.....
14 Jul 2018

Navy League of Australia(Western Australia Division) July newsletter is now available to download.....
13 Jul 2018 Jane’s journey one of courage in the face of adversity
After 22 years in the Navy, Chief Petty Officer Naval Police Coxswain Jane Butcher has had her fair share of ups and downs.  A successful and rewarding career was interrupted last year when CPO Butcher received some life-changing news.  In April 2017, at the age of 39, she was preparing to leave the Navy but as she was proceeding on leave and discharge she found a lump in her breast.  More.....
13 Jul 2018 Metal Shark partners with ASV Global to offer autonomous vessels
US-based boat builder Metal Shark has teamed up with autonomous vessel technology developer ASV Global to offer an entire range of autonomous vessels.  The autonomous technology – named “Sharktech” – is offered on Metal Shark’s entire portfolio of vessels, which range from 16’ to over 300’ in aluminum, steel, and composite.  Sharktech autonomous vessels may be custom configured for military, law enforcement, fire rescue, and commercial markets, the company says.  More.....
13 Jul 2018 RIMPAC mine warfare operations kick off in SOCAL
Commander Task Force (CTF) 177 kicked off the Southern California (SOCAL) portion of the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) with mine warfare training operations which run from June 27 to August 2.  CTF 177 is comprised of 26 units with approximately 1,100 personnel representing the United States, Australia, Canada, England, Japan, the Netherlands and New Zealand.  It will conduct advanced mine warfare operations including mine countermeasure operations to support RIMPAC.  More.....
12 Jul 2018 The countdown is on — 100 days until the Invictus Games in Sydney
The Australian competitors for the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 (IG2018) are in the final stages of their preparation as we begin the countdown, with just 100 days to go until the opening ceremony on 20 October 2018.  The Minister for Veterans' Affairs and Defence Personnel, Darren Chester, said that Australia will be proudly represented by 72 current and former Australian Defence Force personnel competing in 11 sports over eight days.  More.....
12 Jul 2018 US Navy’s second Zumwalt destroyer blew its gas turbine during acceptance trials
The US Navy’s second Zumwalt-class destroyer Michael Monsoor (DDG-1001) will need a new main turbine engine after turbine blades were damaged during the ship’s acceptance trials.  According to a USNI News report:  Michael Monsoor will have to receive the new MT30 engine at the Bath Iron Works shipyard in Maine before being able to sail to San Diego for its combat system activation.  More.....
10 Jul 2018 China newspaper denounces US Navy ships’ Taiwan Strait passage
BEIJING — A ruling Chinese Communist Party newspaper on Monday denounced the passage of a pair of U.S. Navy ships through the Taiwan Strait as a “psychological game,” as the two sides square off over trade and relations with self-governing Taiwan.  The Global Times said in an editorial that the U.S. was adding to tensions by sailing the Japan-based guided missile destroyers USS Mustin and USS Benfold through the 160-kilometer-wide (100-mile-wide) strait that divides Taiwan from mainland China.  More.....
10 Jul 2018 US Navy sends two destroyers through Taiwan Strait
The US Navy has sent two Arleigh Burke-class destroyers through the Taiwan Strait in what is the first such move since July 2017.  The passage of USS Mustin and USS Benfold was first reported by Taiwanese media and later confirmed by the Taiwan defense ministry and US Navy officials.  The Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said China had followed the ships as they passed through the strait adding that the US “should avoid actions that endanger peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.”  More.....
10 Jul 2018 New Zealand picks P-8A Poseidon as its new maritime patrol aircraft
New Zealand is buying four Boeing P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft from the United States to replace its ageing Orions, the government announced July 9.  The four aircraft will replace the six P-3K2 Orion maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) that have been operated by the Royal New Zealand Air Force since the 1960s.  The current Orion fleet will reach the end of their expected operational life in 2025.  The new P-8As, training systems, infrastructure and introduction into service costs will total NZD2.346 billion, according to the government. They will be delivered and begin operations from 2023.  More.....
08 Jul 2018 Navy Clearance Divers Invited to Dive Iconic Memorial
08 Jul 2018 HMAS Warramunga Returns to Australia
08 Jul 2018 Warramunga returns from record breaking Middle East mission
More than a thousand people have lined the wharf at Garden Island, Sydney to welcome HMAS Warramunga back to her homeport after a nine-month deployment.  The new Chief of Navy Australia, Vice Admiral Mike Noonan joined Minister for Defence, the Honourable Marise Payne to congratulate the ship’s company on a record breaking deployment.  While deployed, Warramunga made a significant impact on terrorist and criminal organisations by denying them approximately AUD$2.17 billion in funding from illegal narcotics.  The Anzac Class frigate seized around 31.8 tonnes of hashish and two tonnes of heroin while deployed on Operation MANITOU.  Warramunga maintained a high tempo during the deployment.  The Anzac Class Frigate travelled 43,995.9 nautical miles, operated with 27 international ships and conducted 12 port visits.  More.....
08 Jul 2018 Seafarers Memorial Service
The 111th Seafarers Memorial Service will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral at 10:30 on 21 October 2018 and it will be followed by the Navy Wreath Laying Service at the Cenotaph at the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne at 12:30.

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07 Jul 2018 ‘Old Ironsides’ marks Fourth of July with 21-gun salute
The USS Constitution has sailed in Boston Harbor and fired her guns again to mark Independence Day.  The world’s oldest commissioned warship still afloat left its berth at the Charlestown Navy Yard Wednesday morning and glided through the harbor to mark 242 years since the signing of the Declaration of Independence.  More.....
07 Jul 2018
Navy League of Australia(Vic-Tas Div)
July newsletter is now available to download..... 
07 Jul 2018

Naval Historical Society of Australia (Victorian Chapter)
President's July Musings are now available to download.....
06 Jul 2018 Chief of Navy - Change of Command
06 Jul 2018 Hamel Commemorations - Mitchell Law
06 Jul 2018 Changing of the guard – Vice Admiral Tim Barrett fondly farewelled in command ceremony
Vice Admiral Tim Barrett has formally ended his term as Chief of Navy, following a handover ceremony at Blamey Square in Canberra.  VADM Barrett ended his Permanent Navy career in style, with an honour guard and fly past in his honour.  Several hundred Navy personnel from across the region braved a blustery Canberra morning to attend the ceremony.  VADM Barrett told the gathering, his time as Chief has seen significant change to the RAN, thanks to hard work and dedication by Navy members.  More.....
06 Jul 2018 Report: Japan to send JS Kaga to South China Sea, Indian Ocean mission
Japan is likely to send its Izumo-class helicopter carrier to the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean this year as well.  The two-month deployment of the 27,000-ton JS Kaga comes as Japan aims to boost its presence in this strategically important region, Reuters reported citing two unnamed Japanese officials as saying.  The 248-meter-long JS Kaga, which was commissioned last year at Japan Marine United shipyard, will visit Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka as part of the mission scheduled to start in September.  More.....
06 Jul 2018 Chief of Defence Force change of command
The Australian Defence Force has a new Chief after Air Chief Marshal Binskin handed over command to General Angus Campbell at a ceremony in Canberra today.  The newly promoted General Campbell thanked Air Chief Marshal Binskin for his 40 years’ service in the Australian Defence Force.  “The work that Air Chief Marshal Binskin and his leadership team have undertaken since 2014 has set a strong foundation for the ADF’s people and capabilities.”  More.....
05 Jul 2018 Australian Navy to test new hyperbaric gear during exercise Black Carillion
The Royal Australian Navy is one step closer to operating their new hyperbaric equipment after the system achieved acceptance and global certification from Lloyds Register.  The system, a transfer under pressure chamber and recompression treatment suite worth AU$19.7 million, can treat the whole crew of an Australian submarine at once, according to JFD – the system manufacturer.  The equipment was delivered as part of an existing escape and rescue contract at its manufacturing headquarters at Bibra Lake, south of Perth.  More.....
05 Jul 2018 HMAS Collins surfaces
The first of the Collins class submarines has returned to service after a boost to capability was implemented by one of Defence’s key industry partners.  ASC – formerly the Australian Submarine Corporation - conducted planned maintenance onboard the Collins class in Osborne, South Australia as part of a full-cycle docking and enterprise restructure of submarine maintenance.  For her crew, reassuming material control (MATCON) and responsibility for the platform represented an important milestone in her return to service.  More.....
05 Jul 2018 Unknown soldier identified 100 years after his death
Minister for Defence Personnel Darren Chester today announced the confirmation of the identity of a World War One (WWI) Australian soldier, previously recorded as unknown.  The soldier can now be identified as Private Robert Oliver Bowness, a member of the 4th Pioneer Battalion.  Mr Chester said he was privileged to attend a re-dedication ceremony at Private Bowness’ grave in the Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery, France.  More.....
03 Jul 2018 German Navy’s only two tankers out of operation
The German Navy has been forced to withdraw its only two tankers from NATO operations this year.  As disclosed, the tanker oldies, Spessart and Rhön, will not be operational until the end of this year.  Due to engine issues, both 1974-built ships will undergo repairs in the following months.  The completion of repair works is not expected before the fourth quarter of 2018, the navy said, adding that the causes of damage to the ships’ engines are yet to be determined.  More.....
03 Jul 2018 FlyBy
A periodical of the Fleet Air Arm Association of Australia.
July issue.....
02 Jul 2018 Community Grants for Projects Honouring Veterans
Local communities are set to receive almost $200,000 in Saluting Their Service grants which deliver projects commemorating Australia’s wartime history and reflect our gratitude to all those who have served our country.  Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Darren Chester described the 85 community projects as thoughtful and moving, ranging from memorial gardens, exhibitions and sculptures, to repairs to cenotaphs, reunions and services.  More.....
01 Jul 2018 New chapter for the Australian Signals Directorate
The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) begins a new era today as a statutory agency within the Defence portfolio.  Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, said the establishment of ASD as a statutory agency was an important change that will strengthen its ability to protect Australia’s security.  “The establishment of ASD as a statutory agency within the Defence portfolio achieves a key recommendation of the 2017 Independent Intelligence Review,” Minister Payne said.  More.....
30 Jun 2018 Parliamentary approval for new facilities at Larrakeyah Defence Precinct
Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, yesterday announced approval of a $495 million investment in two projects for new facilities at the Larrakeyah Defence Precinct, Northern Territory.  The first project, a $223 million base redevelopment, will address the upgrade of critical in-ground infrastructure, support on-base growth over the next 25 years, and improve the working environment for Defence personnel.  Minister Payne said the second, a concurrent $272 million Facilities to Support Naval Operations in the North project, will deliver a new outer wharf to support the Royal Australian Navy’s major surface combatant ships and submarines.  More.....
29 Jun 2018 Hunter class commission new era for Navy’s future force
Navy’s future frigates will be known as ‘Hunter Class’ with the Chief of Navy confirming the first of the Hunter Class Guided Missile Frigates (FFG) to be commissioned in the late 2020s.  The first batch of three will be named HMA Ships Flinders (II) (SA region named for explorer Captain Matthew Flinders - first circumnavigation of Australia and identified it as a continent); Hunter (NSW region named for Vice-Admiral John Hunter – first fleet Captain and 2nd Governor of NSW); and Tasman (state and sea named for explorer Abel Tasman – first known European explorer to reach Tasmania, New Zealand and Fiji).  More.....
29 Jun 2018 Western Australia to be home of Hunter class training school
Western Australia will be home to a new Hunter class training and capability centre, known as ‘Ship Zero’, as part of a $670 million investment at HMAS Stirling and Henderson to support Australia’s new frigates.  The new frigates will provide our nation with one of the most advanced anti-submarine warships in the world - a maritime combat capability that will underpin our security for decades to come.  The warships will also be larger and have more complex systems than the existing ANZAC class frigates, and will require new and upgraded facilities at HMAS Stirling.  More.....
29 Jun 2018 BAE Systems Global Combat Ship - Australia (GCS-A)
29 Jun 2018 Future Frigate announcement
29 Jun 2018 The Hunter class - defending Australia and securing our shipbuilding sovereignty
The Turnbull Government will deliver one of the world’s most advanced anti-submarine warfare frigates, create 4000 Australian jobs and secure a local naval shipbuilding industry for decades to come.  The frigates, to be designed by BAE Systems and built by ASC Shipbuilding, are central to our plan to secure our nation, our naval shipbuilding sovereignty and create Australian jobs.  BAE’s Global Combat Ship – Australia will provide our nation with one of the most advanced anti-submarine warships in the world - a maritime combat capability that will underpin our security for decades to come.  More.....
28 Jun 2018 US State Department approves Aegis for Australian Future Frigates
The US State Department has approved a potential sale of Aegis combat system equipment for the Royal Australian Navy’s new SEA5000 frigates.  The approved $185 million sale would include equipment associated with the integration of the Australian CEAFAR 2 phased array radar system with the Lockheed Martin-built AEGIS combat system.  More.....
28 Jun 2018 Navy Clearance Diving Team 3 receives US Commendation
Members of the Royal Australian Navy’s Clearance Diving Team 3 (AUSCDT 3) were awarded a United States (US) Navy Unit Commendation for exceptionally meritorious service in the 1991 Gulf War at a ceremony at HMAS Penguin today.  In 1992, the Acting Secretary of the US Navy awarded a US Unit Commendation to units involved in the 1991 multinational Desert Storm Task Group.  Australian guidelines at the time prevented Clearance Diving Team 3 personnel from accepting the US award.  More.....
28 Jun 2018 Defence Call Out Bill
The Turnbull Government will today introduce a Bill to make it easier for the states and territories to seek assistance from the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to respond to terrorist and other violent incidents.  The Defence Amendment (Call Out of the Australian Defence Force) Bill 2018 was developed in close consultation with state and territory governments to ensure a strengthened approach to combating terrorism, wherever it may occur.  More.....
27 Jun 2018 Shot five times, this wounded warrior fought her way back to active duty and eight gold medals
On Aug. 5, 2014, Navy Senior Chief Raina Hockenberry was visiting a military academy in Kabul, Afghanistan, when an Afghan soldier turned and opened fire on the group.  In the “green-on-blue” attack, Hockenberry was shot five times.  Two bullets shattered her tibia, one hit her groin and the two remaining bullets hit her stomach.  Nearly four years later, now-Master Chief Petty Officer Hockenberry has returned to service and has taken up the post of personnel and administrative officer on board the USS Port Royal.  More.....
26 Jun 2018 SECNAV censures three more Navy officers in ‘Fat Leonard’ scandal
US Navy Secretary Richard Spencer has issued letters of censure to three officers for their roles in the “Fat Leonard” scandal, a web of bribery, kickbacks and classified info leaks that took place over more than a decade and ensnared scores of Navy officers.  Of the three officers censured on June 14, Capt. Charles A. Johnson is the only one still on active duty.  More.....
26 Jun 2018 Russian Navy commissions 2nd Project 18280 ship Ivan Khurs
The Russian Navy has commissioned Ivan Khurs, the navy’s second Project 18280 intelligence-gathering ship.  The commissioning ceremony for the newbuilding was held at St. Petersburg’s Severnaya Verft shipyard on June 25, 2018.  The vessel, designed to provide signals intelligence (SIGINT), electronic warfare and fleet management, will be part of the Black Sea Fleet, according to Russian defense ministry.  More.....
26 Jun 2018 ADF exercises interoperability at RIMPAC
More than 1600 Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel have arrived in the United States ahead of a month of focused military training activities with 26 nations from across the globe for Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2018.  The ADF has deployed HMA Ships Adelaide, Success, Toowoomba and Melbourne which have been part of the Indo Pacific Endeavour 2018 task group, one submarine, diving personnel, an amphibious landing force from the 2nd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment, and one P-8A Poseidon aircraft to RIMPAC.  More.....
26 Jun 2018 Strengthening Australia’s Maritime Patrol Capability
The security of Australia’s maritime borders will be significantly strengthened with another major military investment.  The Turnbull Government will invest $1.4 billion and acquire the first of six MQ-4C Triton remotely piloted aircraft through a cooperative program with the United States Navy.  The Triton will complement the surveillance role of the P-8A Poseidon aircraft through sustained operations at long ranges as well as being able to undertake a range of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance tasks.  More.....
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DVA Mobile Apps

The new Operation Life mobile application is designed to help those at risk deal with suicidal thoughts and is recommended to be used with the support of a clinician.

The High Res (High Resilience) app helps you manage stress, build resilience and optimise performance on the go.

The PTSD Coach Australia app can help you learn about and manage symptoms that commonly occur after trauma.

ON TRACK with the Right Mix mobile app from the Department of Veterans Affairs helps you to keep track of the number and types of drinks you consume; the amount of money it's costing you and lets you know about the impact the alcohol has on your wellbeing and fitness levels.


Guide to the assessment of rates of veterans’ pensions
Guide to the assessment of rates of veterans’ pensions (GARP) is used to assess the extent of incapacity from war caused or defence caused injury or disease for the purposes of determining the rate of pension.  Download.....

Planning ahead kit
Overview: Planning Ahead is a publication designed to help veterans and their families prepare for bereavement.  There is also a checklist that can be used to record the contact details of important people, businesses and organisations that may need to be notified in case of your death.  Download.....
 

Anzac Centenary Events
2014 - 2018

The Anzac Centenary (2014 – 2018) will shine a spotlight on the commitment and sacrifice of those who served in the First World War.

Across Victoria, there will be a number of commemorative events marking key dates throughout the Centenary.


Should you wish to register an event, go to the Anzac Centenary website.