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Maritime Border Command ‚Äì Role, Structure and Operations
January 1, 1970 @ 10:00 am
Maritime Border Command ‚Äì Role, Structure and Operations with¬†Rear Admiral Peter Laver Commander, Maritime Border Command.Peter Laver joined the Royal Australian Navy as a Midshipman in 1979 and completed specialist training as a Seaman Officer and Aviation Warfare Officer. He served in HMAS Canberra, during which posting he was engaged in the operational evaluation of the Seahawk helicopter and United Nations Sanction enforcement operations against Iraq. Peter Laver assumed command of HMAS Tobruk in 2002, then, as Commander Sea Training in 2004, he supervised the preparation of naval forces deploying to operations in the Gulf, while overseeing a review of Naval readiness evaluation processes.
He was promoted to Captain in December 2004. Appointed to Command again in 2006, he served as Commander Amphibious Task Group until 2008. Following a posting as
Chief of Staff to Chief of the Defence Force, he was promoted to Commodore rank in 2010, serving initially as Commander Fleet Air Arm, then Director General Navy People,
and from December 2014 as Chief of Staff Navy Strategic Command. He was promoted to Rear Admiral rank in 2015 and appointed as Commander Maritime Border
Command in 2016.
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