The Association is a formation or gathering of former and serving personnel of the Royal Australian Navy or other Navies, who have completed Radio Direction Find (RDF), Radar Plotters (RP) & Combat System Operators (CSO) Basic Course or equivalent Course. Former Special Duty Plot Radar (SDPR) Operations Room Officers (ORO) / Principal Warfare Officers (PWO[D]) Direction Officers (D) and Air Intercept Controllers (AIC) having served in naval ops room billets or in training and support roles of naval ops rooms; and other individuals who have an interest in naval operation rooms and the Fleet.
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Initial Joining Fee:$20.00Yearly Subscription:$5.00 per year
Please note: If taking a multi year subscription and membership fee increases during that term of your membership, the next increasewill apply on completetion of that term.
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Taking the front seat of an MH-60R helicopter while employing its cutting edge sensor and weapons systems is just another day in the office for Port Macquarie local, Maritime Aviation Warfare Officer Sub Lieutenant Ashley Hill.
Depending on the COVID Situation inAustralia, we may have some movement on what is happening with the 2021 PerthReunion. Nicola Carson and the organisingCommittee are working hard to organisea date. “STAY TUNED”
At the beginning of March, Navy’s main maritime warfare training establishment HMAS Watson - marked its 75th birthday.
It takes courage to do something you find difficult, but recognising the greater purpose for doing it is important. It may make you nervous or uncomfortable at first but no one ever said leadership and service was easy.
Photo compliments of Royal Australian Navy Photo Dept