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RAN RIMPAC commander makes history

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Captain Phillipa Hay of the Royal Australian Navy has become the first Australian woman appointed to command a task force in the 49-year history...

UNSW Canberra to offer new Naval Architecture Degree

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UNSW Canberra is creating a new naval architecture degree to contribute to Australia’s future naval shipbuilding needs being met. UNSW Canberra Rector Michael Frater said...

VC citation for Ordinary Seaman Edward Sheean

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"On 1 December 1942, Ordinary Seaman Sheean, one of the youngest and most junior ranked members of Armidale’s Ship’s Company . . .  decided...

HMAS Canberra helps in Pikelot rescue

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HMAS Canberra and its embarked aviation assets assisted in locating the three-person crew of a skiff that had been missing for nearly three days...

Canada looks to replace “seaman” with “sailor” in ranks

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The Royal Canadian Navy has is looking to replace the rank titles of those with the word ‘Seaman’ (Ordinary, Able, Leading and Master Seaman)...

US Navy to work on race barriers

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Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday plans to stand up a Navy task force that will look for ways to remove racial barriers...

No reinstatement for Roosevelt captain

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Capt. Brett Crozier, who commanded USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) until April, will not be reinstated to lead the ship, will not be eligible for...

US Navy bans Confederate flag

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The Navy’s top officer has directed his staff to draft an order that will ban the Confederate battle flag from all public spaces and...

Retired US naval officers plead guilty to bribery

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Two retired Navy officials pleaded guilty Tuesday in a bribery case that has caused the downfall of high-ranking officials in one of the worst...

Hirst: captain who put his men first

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By Peter Jones* The recent removal of Captain Brett Crozier from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt over his efforts to get greater action on behalf...