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April 14, 2011
By Michael Brooke
WHEN ASLT Jonathan Webb
answered the call of the sea to join
the RAN after being inspired by his
grandfathers’ war stories, he could
only imagine the leadership chal-
lenges that awaited him.
Those challenges were soon
realised when ASLT Webb began
the sea phase of the Junior Warfare
Application Course (JWAC) 51, which
marked his “baptism of fire” as a jun-
But with challenge comes reward
and for his dedication he was pre-
sented with four of the six graduation
awards at stake, including the Dux of
JWAC 51, which recognises the offic-
er who achieves the highest academic
standard throughout all phases of their
ASLT Webb also received the
ANI CO’s Pen Prize, the Otto Albert
Memorial Prize and the Department
of Defence Prize for the best perfor-
mance overall in the bridge simulator
ASLT Webb attributed his success
to his huge appetite for study and hard
work, which bodes well for his post-
ing to HMAS Parramatta.
“I love the job, which explains
my passion and commitment to my
career,” he said.
“My grandfathers both served in
World War II and inspired me to join.
The leadership challenge is another
big reason why I joined the RAN.”
ASLT Webb was one of 44 jun-
ior officers awarded their Navigation
Watchkeeping Certificates when
they graduated at HMAS Watson on
The graduation was also memora-
ble for SBLT Stephanie Bacon, who
was presented with the Ian McDonald
Memorial Prize for the most improved
JWAC trainee from phase one to
LEUT Claire Dempsey was award-
ed the Warfare Community Medallion
for being the officer who consistently
displayed the highest Navy Values.
JOB WELL DONE: Training Authority Maritime Warfare CAPT Jay Bannister presents ASLT Jonathan Webb
with a framed certificate and engraved pen set for being awarded JWAC 51 Dux.
Photo: ABIS Sarah Williams
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