HMAS Sydney has successfully completed her combat system sea qualification trials.
Air Force’s military working dogs have been given their annual health tick of approval.
Staff and ambassadors from the Indigenous health organisation, Deadly Choices, took part in an Army obstacle course at Gallipoli Barracks, Brisbane.
One of Navy’s longest running and most prestigious awards, the Gloucester Cup, has been awarded to HMAS Arunta.
Defence staff are being given the opportunity to learn from Australian businesses at the Defence Industry Secondment Program.
Navy’s Maritime Geospatial Warfare Unit tested its newest deployable meteorological equipment in a field adjacent to HMAS Penguin.
Lieutenant Lazarus Lai De Oliveira is an assistant weapons electrical engineering officer in HMAS Anzac.
The Navy Chaplaincy Branch conference at HMAS Penguin explored research on the value of chaplaincy.
HMAS Supply (II) was welcomed into RAN service on April 10 during a commissioning ceremony at Fleet Base East in Sydney.
Air Force has a new airborne mission system set to revolutionise the way navigators are trained.
Baseball-style padded ‘bump’ caps have led to a dramatic decrease in head injuries in trainees at RAAF Base Wagga
Air Force's Plan Jericho Disruptive Innovation team is taking mission control operations to the people with virtual reality.