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Royal Australian Navy - HMAS Harman - DOD - Australian Federal Government
Initially, the facilities at Harman included Number One Receiving Station, which became the Communications Centre, an aerial farm behind the building, a direction finding hut located 1.2 kilometres (0.75 mi) away on a ridge, cottages and guard houses. Later, Number Two Receiving station was built for 'special tasks'.The Morgan Dunbar Oval and Sir Victor Smith Oval are located in Harman. There are also tennis courts and a gymnasium. The base covers an area of 2.5 square kilometres (0.97 sq mi), servicing 979 Staff.

Functions performed at HMAS Harman include:
  • Defence Communications Area Master Station Australia (DEFCAMSAUS); supporting ADF Communications Elements
  • Defence Communications Station Canberra (DEFCOMMSTA Canberra); provides UHF Military Satellite Communications and HF Radio Communications for the Australian Defence Force
  • Defence Network Operations Centre (DNOC)
  • Two units of the Army Reserve
  • Administrative and Personnel support for Navy Members in the Canberra Region
  • No. 28 Squadron, RAAF Active Reserve
  • Australian Naval Reserve support

In addition to its Communications and Logistics roles, the base hosts Reserve Units from both the Australian Army and Royal Australian Air Force, as well as Cadet Units from all three Branches of the Australian Defence Force Cadets.
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