Collecting vital flight data while enduring high-G manoeuvres in a PC-9 was a wild new experience for eight female engineers.
Bombing capacity of F-35As has quadrupled with the arrival of small diameter bombs introduced to No. 3 Squadron.
Defence is aiming to make one of the fastest supercomputers in the world.
Living on the streets of Brisbane, Norman Laing found himself knocking on the door of a Defence Force Recruiting office in 1994.
The Australian Defence Force plans to double the number of Indigenous military personnel by 2025.
Businesses in the defence industry are now able to more easily access security services to help them become ‘Defence ready’.
Defence will expand its science, technology, engineering and math cadetship program as part of its STEM vision.
Bouncing radio waves thousands of kilometres across the sky is a normal day for Giuseppe (Joe) Fabrizio, a Defence scientist based in Adelaide.
Australia's special forces will receive a multi-billion dollar investment in cutting-edge equipment.
The strong bond between Australia and NATO has been reinforced during NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg’s visit to Australia from August 6 to 8.
HMAS Canberra has successfully completed trials to transport an M1A1 main battle tank and large vehicle loads using one of her landing craft.
A group of Indigenous Australian youths have explored life in the Navy during a three-day work experience program.
A second yarning circle will inspire Indigenous cultural awareness and appreciation among staff and recruits at RAAF Base Wagga.
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