In a demonstration of their amphibious capability, the latest generation of Army vehicles has been driven on board HMAS Adelaide.
For the first time, a small unmanned aerial system has been used to provide targeting support to 1st Armoured Regiment.
Air Force personnel put their chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defence capability to the test during Exercise Toxic Safari.
In a first for the RAAF, a KC-30A tanker was refuelled in the air by a foreign air force in what was dubbed Boom Camp in the Northern Territory.
HMAS Arunta’s marine technicians have been praised for their ingenuity in repairing a forecastle door during a storm while at sea.
An innovative, time-saving and cost-effective idea has led to Leading Seaman Boatswain Mate Bradley Reynolds awarded a gold commendation.
Many people order food with their phones, but Joint Terminal Attack Controllers hidden behind enemy lines can use them to call in air strikes.
Collaboration with industry has improved the availability of Air Force’s C-130J Hercules transport fleet by an average of one additional aircraft in...
An Australian business has increased its share of maintenance work on the engines that power the Air Force’s F/A-18F Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler.
Members of HMAS Ballarat have taken their physical fitness commitment to another level by completing 155 laps around the flight deck.
Army Staff Cadet Oscar Fowler has developed a prototype for a sensor that detects harmful gases, which could one day have military and civilian uses.
Air Force security forces in the Middle East have been busy.