View post tag: Navy View post tag: team Graduates of the previous Seahawk course had the chance to gain experience on Royal Australian Navy Seahawks before joining the United States Navy’s training system, however, Leading Seaman Carruthers and Leading Seaman Clunie began their Romeo training in mid 2013 without this advantage. After ten months of intensive flying training at Naval Station Mayport with Squadron HSM40, they now join NUSQN 725 as qualified ‘Sensos’.“The whole conversion was a great experience and an amazing opportunity,” Leading Seaman Carruthers said.“The instruction and guidance we received from the US Navy was excellent. They are solid operators and have so much experience with the Seahawk,” he said.“The Romeo is a multi role helicopter and it’s definitely a step up from previous aircraft I’ve qualified on,” Leading Seaman Clunie said.The training consisted of aircraft and ground events covering numerous missions, ranging from Search and Rescue and Utility to the primary missions of Anti Submarine Warfare and Surface Warfare.Leading Seamen Carruthers and Clunie will remain in the United States to join NUSQN 725 for operations from Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Further on-the-job training and operations under the Fleet Air Arm flying management system will consolidate their US Navy training and they will both play a critical role when the Squadron returns to Australia in December this year.[mappress]Press Release, June 16, 2014; Image: Australian Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today New Squadron 725 Team Expands New Squadron 725 Team Expands Authorities View post tag: NUSQN 725 View post tag: americas View post tag: expands June 16, 2014 View post tag: News by topic The New Squadron 725 (NUSQN 725) team at Naval Air Station Jacksonville recently grew by two, with the graduation of the first Royal Australian Navy Aircrewmen to complete the MH-60R Seahawk Romeo Basic Sensor Operators Course and achieve the qualification of ‘Senso’. View post tag: Naval Share this article
The pool and the outdoor entertaining area at 108-110 Cocos Drive, Ningi. Picture: Supplied. THIS is the ultimate home for the true blue Queenslanders out there. You can watch the footy from the pool, park the boat and jet ski in the big shed, put the project car up on the two-post hoist, shoot pool in your own bar, and then knock up some pizzas in the outdoor kitchen. All while the children run amok on the 4,000sq m block. Or just hook up the boat and head 10 minutes to the nearest boat ramp for a day of fishing. Owners Damien and Charlene Benbow built the home on 4000sq m at 108-110 Cocos Drive, Ningi three years ago with their family of four in mind. The home is three years old and looks like new. Picture: Supplied. Mrs Benbow said her favourite part of the property was the alfresco area.“It blends seamless with the rest of the house and we have our pool under the roof,” she said. “We’ve included things like a pizza oven, outdoor kitchen and infra-red heaters so it can be used all year round.” Inside the home, a big kitchen has Smeg appliances, Caesarstone benchtops and a butler’s pantry. The open-plan living and dining area opens through bi-fold doors to the outdoor entertaining area. The home theatre has sound proofing and there is plenty of room for a pool table in the rumpus room with built-in bar. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019 The kitchen includes stone benchtops and a butler’s pantry. Picture: Supplied. The property comes with ducted airconditioning, a full perimeter fence, electric gate, CCTV and a 6kw solar system The home is 10 minutes from the ocean and 10 minutes from the M1.Marketing agent Carolyn Drane, of Acreage and Lifestyle Property Beachmere, said the property was “like new”“It has been designed and built around entertaining and family,” she said. The outdoor kitchen includes a pizza oven, fridge and barbecue. Picture: Supplied. The master bedroom overlooks the pool and has a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite. The remaining bedrooms are located away from the main bedroom, along with a TV room and office. Outside, the entertaining area includes a pizza oven, barbecue, fridge, sink, TV with surround sound and pool with spa seat and wading area. The three-bay shed has three-phase power and is set up to run a business, while the driveway can take heavy machinery and trucks. The three-bay shed and driveway can take heavy machinery. Picture: Supplied. Ms Drane said there had been strong local and interstate interest in the property, with buyers seeing great value for money. “It presents like a show home and where else can you get such value-packed property so close to the beach and the city,” she said.