Marking a long and distinguished operational history, the F/A-18A/B Hornet reached a milestone of 400,000 flying hours.
2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, lived up to its motto of "second to none" by winning the Duke of Gloucester Cup.
The 10th Light Horse Brigade marked 100 years since its return to Australia from the battlefields of WWI.
Personnel deployed to Iraq with Task Group Taji 9 have undergone a different kind of shooting test.
HMAS Hobart has become the first Hobart-class guided missile destroyer to fire a missile in Australian waters.
The promotion of Leading Seaman Ruby Flinders to Petty Officer early in August was a special milestone for the four-legged sailor.
A new Guardian-class patrol boat was officially handed over to Samoa on August 16.
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.