Air Force’s network technician mustering celebrated its official start on June 25 with a cake cutting at the Defence Force School of Signals.
Australia will invest in new long-range strike capabilities to maintain regional security.
Exercise Havoc Strike is a custom-built training program to link those on the ground and in the sky.
Activities resumed at the Wide Bay Training Area in June after COVID-19 restrictions were eased.
The top priority for Defence scientists is providing support for deployed personnel on operations.
A record number of local businesses turned out to showcase their abilities in support of the LAND 400 Phase 3 project.
A KC-30A multi-role tanker transport and a pair of F-35A Lightning II aircraft have been conducting air-to-air refuelling training.
A South Australia firm and two Victorian businesses have been awarded funding under Defence's New Air Combat Capability – Industry Support Program.
Reservists are drawing on their skills to help DFAT on Operation COVID-19 Assist in the Pacific region.
Face-to-face training has recommenced at Gallipoli Barracks, with members gaining essential qualifications.
Perth Wildcats Captain Damian Martin attended Air Force's mental skills training session.
Navy physical training instructors at HMAS Kuttabul have addressed a groundswell of demand for alternative exercise options.