Task Force COVID-19 personnel have been praised for their response to the pandemic.
While COVID-19 restrictions prevented Anzac Day marches from proceeding earlier in the year, Remembrance Day commemorations went ahead.
Corporal Tianita McDonnel would like everyone to be involved in NAIDOC Week.
Aunty Lorraine visited North Queensland in her first official role to the region as the Army Indigenous Elder.
Personnel from 1st Signal Regiment put their running shoes on for this year's Darkness to Daylight event to raise awareness of domestic violence.
After four million vehicle checks at points on the NSW-Victoria border, Joint Task Unit 629.1.3 has finished its part in Operation COVID-19 Assist.
COVID-19 may have put a stop to the march through Brisbane on Reserve Forces Day, but it didn’t stop the annual recognition of the work of reservists.
Private Frank Marrar had a busy first year in the Army Reserve, with three deployments.
Retrieving a runaway trailer is just one way ADF personnel deployed on Operation COVID-19 Assist have lent a hand to local communities .
The inclusion of 18 members of No. 3 Security Squadron on Operation COVID-19 Assist was the first time the unit had deployed a reservists-only team.
Australia’s only known Indigenous World War II fighter pilot, Leonard Waters, has been honoured with the naming of a building.
Personnel from No. 41 Wing joined a community effort to clean up a historic radar site, which also has cultural importance to the local Indigenous...