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Final Air Warfare Destroyer HMAS Sydney commissioned All three Hobart-class destroyers built under the Air Warfare Destroyer program have joined the Royal Australian Navy, with the final ship, the HMAS Sydney, being commissioned at sea yesterday.. Minister for Defence Senator Linda Reynolds said the commissioning of the ship, which took place in the waters of Jervis Bay, New South Wales, marks the beginning of a new era for the Navy. HMAS Hobart pulls into Sydney after missile - 9News Dec 21, 2018 Navy destroyer HMAS Sydney arrives in Newcastle Harbour

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This is a collection page for Sydney news. Check this page for latest headlines covering major stories, events from Sydney and the surrounding regions of New South Wales. 9News brings together a Nov 09, 2015 · HMAS Sydney was officially decommissioned at a ceremony at her homeport of Garden Island, Sydney, on Saturday, November 7. The city of Sydney’s namesake ship was farewelled from the Royal Australian Navy by her Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Commander David Murphy, along with 130 crew members and nearly 800 guests, including the Governor‑General and Minister for Defence. The […] TiL that on July 8th, 1941 the Australian cruiser HMAS Sydney along with the rest of her squadron attempted to shoot down the planet Venus thinking it was a high altitude bomber. Venus managed to survive the engagement.

The light cruiser HMAS Sydney was built in the United Kingdom and commissioned in June 1913. On 4 October 1913 she entered Sydney Harbour with other ships of the fleet unit. Following the outbreak of war in August 1914, Sydney was engaged in operations against Germany's Pacific colonies and destroyed a radio station in the Pelew Islands.

When it comes to disappearing ocean history, HMAS Perth is the tip of the iceberg There are critical issues facing our oceans, such as climate change and pollution, but one area often overlooked is the preservation of underwater history, writes PhD candidate Natali Pearson. Oct 20, 2009 · news; HMAS Sydney 'found' - claim. THE 66-year search for the wreck of HMAS Sydney is believed to be over, after a group of amateur searchers claimed they have found the historic wreck. On 9 November 1914, HMAS Sydney destroyed the German raider SMS Emden in a furious and bloody clash in the Cocos Islands earning Australia’s first naval victory. Sydney was undertaking escort duties of the first troop convoy from Australia to the Middle East, which left Albany, Western Australia, on 1 November 1914.