This footage is of Japans formal surrender to the Allies, bringing an end to World War II. The surrender ceremony was conducted in Tokyo Bay on board USS Missouri 2
The following videos produced by the Royal Australian Navy and other organisations are of historical significance to the RAN.
Curator Richard Dunn from the Royal Museums Greenwich discusses some of the highlights of Ships, Clocks & Stars. The exhibition offers visitors the rare chance to see the extraordinary nautical
Liberty Industrial carried out the deconstruction of the historic Hammerhead Crane located at the Garden Island Naval Base on Sydney Harbour. The project involved dismantling the giant cantilevered dockside crane
On the 4th of October 1913 HMAS Australia led the new fleet through the heads of Sydney Harbour. HMAS Australia, an Indefatigable-class battle cruiser, was The Royal Australian Navy’s first
First entry of the Royal Australian Navy’s Fleet into Sydney in 1913. Courtesy of Sea Power Centre – Australia.