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Helicopters are critical to Navy operations, delivering supplies, personnel, resources, and defensive capability. Our Pilots fly sophisticated aircraft such as the MH-60R and EC135 Helicopters, and are complemented in the cockpit by Helicopter Mission Commanders who oversee navigation and weapon systems.
These teams are supported by talented technicians and engineers who fulfil varied and rewarding roles, ensuring the helicopters are expertly maintained and ready for service.
Helicopter Pilots are paid to learn to fly - which is something you'd rarely encounter outside the Services - and gain their helicopter wings after roughly 88 weeks. Technicians and Engineers receive world-class training in their specialisation, and work with the latest tools and technology in well-equipped workshops and hangars.
All Navy personnel enjoy ongoing personal and professional development, and are encouraged to fulfil their potential in everything they do.
The Navy offers much more than just interesting and varied work. You'll also love our unique culture of teamwork, adventure and fitness.
You will be given the opportunity to see more of Australia and the world, have access to great sporting and social facilities, and make friends for life. Ours is a dynamic place to work and play, where you can reach your potential in many ways.
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