Sporting their new coats in support of the Air Force Centenary, a group of puppies have started training for their future military careers.
Thanks to a series of collaborative training activities with Air Force, Army’s engineering equipment can be loaded for airlift faster than ever...
Defence brought women together from different ranks and services for the first Remarkable Women panel event on November 4.
More than 150 graduates of the Navy’s latest New Entry Officer Course have become the first to affirm their commitment to the new Defence Values.
Defence is adopting a new approach to the sustainment of its Navy fleet, creating significant opportunities for Australian industry.
It was mate against mate before a gas turbine engine roared to life at 200,000rpm signalling the end of the 2020 Aviation Engineering Challenge.
Air Force’s support to Operation Southern Discovery in Antarctica took off with the delivery of some heavy duty caterpillars.
The last remaining support program for the now decommissioned Adelaide-class guided missile frigates has closed.
Australian businesses will soon have the opportunity to tender for work on new maritime underwater tracking ranges to be built in Western Australia.
Personnel from No. 23 Squadron at RAAF Base Amberley are exploring different sections after the 'Day in the life of’ initiative was launched.
A Gold Coast business, which was started in a garage 20 years ago, has been selected to participate in the Hunter-class frigate program.
Rohde & Schwarz is supporting its workforce to deliver the cutting-edge capability required by the Navy.