Seventy-six years after it was disbanded, Air Force's No. 83 Squadron has been reformed.
New anti-ship and surface-to-air missiles are being considered as part of a $1 billion investment announced by the government.
Exercise for infantry platoon commanders and their sergeants provided an opportunity for them to get to know each other's leadership styles.
A modern horse-training technique inspired Navy’s recruiting team when they swapped their desks for grassy paddocks during a recent planning day.
Navy and Tickford Racing this month celebrated 10 years of the highly successful Navy Industry Outplacement Program.
An eight-ship formation of F/A-18A/B Hornets filled the Williamtown skyline in a fitting farewell to the aircraft as it was retired from No. 77...
Air Force welcomed 18 new specialist reservists late last year as they completed their initial induction course at RAAF Base Wagga.
New concepts for robotics and autonomous systems have been developed to assist in designing the future force.
HMAS Adelaide showcased its sophisticated amphibious deployment system during Operation Fiji Assist.
New name for Air Force's air and space power centre marks a new direction for the thinktank.
More than a dozen NUSHIP Supply marine technicians completed apprenticeships without access to their ship.
Raytheon Australia has been selected as the new capability life cycle manager for the Royal Australian Navy’s Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels.