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Royal Australian Navy (march)         
OFFICIAL MARCH OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY
Royal Australian Navy (music)
"Royal Australian Navy" is the official march of the Royal Australian Navy. It replaces the previous march "Heart of Oak".
List of active Royal Australian Navy ships         
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  • The youth crew of ''Young Endeavour'' manning the mast after the ship's arrival at the [[Australian National Maritime Museum]]
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Current Royal Australian Navy ships; List of current Royal Australian Navy ships; List of current ships of the Royal Australian Navy
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) fleet is made up of 43 commissioned warships and 4 non-commissioned .
Senior Service         
  • Britannia Royal Naval College
  • The routes of Captain James Cook's three voyages.
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  • [[Royal Marines]] in Sangin, 2010
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¦ noun Brit. the Royal Navy.

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Royal Australian Navy (march)
"Royal Australian Navy" is the official march of the Royal Australian Navy. It replaces the previous march "Heart of Oak".