Royal Australian Navy


To fight and win in the maritime environment as an element of a joint or combined force. To assist in maintaining Australia's sovereignty and to contribute to the security of our region.


To be a Navy with a worldwide reputation for excellence as a sea power; a well-equipped, professional team of highly motivated quality people, serving Australia with honour, supported by a nation proud of its Navy.


Honour is the fundamental value on which the Navy's and each person's reputation depends. To demonstrate honour demands honesty, courage, integrity and loyalty and to consistently behave in a way that is becoming and worthwhile.

Honesty is always being truthful, knowing and doing what is right for the Navy and ourselves.

Courage is the strength of character to do what is right in the face of personal adversity, danger or threat.

Integrity is the display of truth, honesty and fairness that gains respect and trust from others.

Loyalty is being committed to each other and to our duty of service to Australia. More...

HMAS Canberra - FFG 02


This site is dedicated to all the Royal Australian Navy personnel who served in HMAS Canberra FFG-02 when the Ship Commissioning in Seattle, Washington, USA on the 21st of March 1981 until its Decommissioning at Fleet Base West, Rockingham Western Australia on the 12th of November 2005...More


Successive Commanding Officers, Officers, Senior Sailors and Sailors
served in HMAS Canberra over 24 proud years of serve to the Royal Australian Navy and the people of Australia...More


The HMAS CANBERRA - HMAS SHROPSHIRE Association is a none for profit organisation and was formed to to bring together those men and woman who served in the ship bearing the name HMAS CANBERRA and those men who served in the ship bearing the name HMAS SHROPSHIRE...More


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