ADF personnel have undertaken maritime surveillance across more than 14 million square kilometres of ocean.
International Mine Awareness Day is a time to reflect on what remains a dangerous yet vital duty.
Construction has begun on the first offshore patrol vessel to be built in Western Australia.
Personnel have a new layer of security thanks to an impressive firefighting asset.
Sydney residents had a first glimpse of their city’s namesake ship with the arrival of NUSHIP Sydney at Garden Island today.
A special forum has been held at RAAF Base Richmond to mark World Engineering Day.
A purpose-built trailer has been used to remove the engine from an F-35A Lightning II.
An all-female Air Force crew flew a KC-30A multi-role tanker transport for the first time to mark International Women’s Day.
A No. 37 Squadron C-130J has flown 3400km in support of the Australian Antarctic Division.
More than 40 Victorian Army clerks were brought together recently to reconcile pay and allowances of personnel on Operation Bushfire Assist.
Not for the first time since the bushfire crisis began, the Army has come to the aid of the Bega Valley region.
Air Force Combat Controllers are putting their specialised skills to the test during a multinational disaster relief exercise.