By keeping the power on in remote locations, ADF personnel are saving valuable time for those on the front line.
After fleeing the Victorian town on board HMAS Choules with her granddaughters on January 3, Maureen Jewell has returned on a C-27J Spartan.
A thank you note turned into a surprise visit for two young Omeo locals on January 21.
Residents are praising ADF personnel who are digging in to help with a difficult and daunting task.
Almost 500 1st Brigade soldiers are spreading throughout affected areas armed with energy and a wide variety of specialist experience.
Most soldiers would jump at the chance to replace ration pack coffee with the freshly brewed variety.
South Australian local, Navy Reserve Medical Officer Lieutenant Andrew Southcott didn’t hesitate to answer the call.
After NSW dairy farmer Tim Salway lost his father and brother in the fires, ADF personnel dug in to relieve some of the burden.
Engineers are keeping a close eye on the structural integrity of dozens of bridges in NSW.
A massive effort is taking place behind the scenes to meet energy needs in isolated Victorian communities.
Defence Minister Linda Reynolds and Chief of Defence Force General Angus Campbell visited personnel supporting Operation Bushfire
Livestock on the NSW south coast are sleeping with full stomachs after being visited by a convoy loaded with hay.