Devastated by two fires in the past seven years, Australia’s heritage railway, the Zig Zag Railway near Lithgow, NSW, is benefiting from the suppor
The Army has been thanked for retrieving a hospital patient’s bed in the middle of the night during a bushfire crisis on Kangaroo Island, South Aus
Handmade keepsakes have been presented to members of the Japan Self-Defense Force as thanks for their efforts.
Bridges constructed by the Australian, Fijian and Papua New Guinea militaries will improve access to a popular tourist attraction.
A wide range of abilities makes Leading Aircraft Woman Tiarne Westland a valuable hand in the relief effort.
An Army regiment used an unmanned aerial system to survey blazing scrub in the Orroral Valley near Canberra on February 6.
After doing plenty of heavy lifting, three Royal New Zealand Air Force NH-90 helicopters and their crew have returned home.
Pilot Officer Isabella Filmer did not know what to expect when she recently returned to her hometown of Mallacoota to be reunited with her family.
Defence scientists have contributed to the response to the bushfire crisis by using a research aircraft to conduct surveillance operations.
An Army unit has achieved a record for the most hours flown in a month by the Australian CH-47 Chinook fleet.
An Army chaplain has been honoured by the community of Corryong for his work in the area during the bushfire crisis.
Victoria’s State Control Centre has played a pivotal role in coordinating the multi-agency response during the bushfire crisis.