Warships from Australia and the Philippines have exercised for the third time in as many months.
Task Group Afghanistan’s up-armoured unimog and protected mobility vehicle fleets have a new home to support their maintenance and upkeep.
The Joint Strike Fighter team has officially accepted Australia’s 30th F-35A Lightning II, strengthening the air-combat capability of RAAF.
The C-27J displayed many capabilities during Exercise Ready Spartan Prove.
The arrestor cables at fast jet bases and those ADF personnel who service them provide safety and peace of mind.
The keel-laying of NUSHIP Pilbara has taken place at Henderson, Western Australia.
Six Australian warships have departed Sydney Harbour in formation to complete training, sea qualification and surveying tasks.
From a remote spot in Queensland, 114 Mobile Control and Reporting Unit helped coordinate Exercise Lightning Storm.
No. 3 Squadron has put its personnel and systems to the test by conducting a simulated deployment at RAAF Base Williamtown.
A highly technical and well-coordinated communication effort has been realised along the east coast.
New testing is allowing technicians to improve the servicing of KC-30A multi-role tanker transport's refuelling hose.
Two Royal Australian Navy warships have conducted high-end simulated sea combat on opposite coasts as part of Exercise Viking Raider.