Army Signaller Jacob Gatehouse has gone from reading military history to creating his own while deployed in the Middle East.
It’s always surprising to meet someone who grew up surrounded by desert who went on to become a Navy clearance diver.
The 135th graduating class from the Royal Military College – Duntroon have received an honour of national standing.
An Army crew are out to prove their mettle in this year's Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
Corporal Margaret-Rose Nansen is among the first to greet new arrivals to Australia’s main operating base in the Middle East region.
As he steps down as director of the Australian War Memorial, Brendan Nelson talks about his role in maintaining it's relevance.
Scott Morrison thanks ADF members for their service.
Creativity and humour helped Leading Seaman Shannon Evans thrive amid the unique challenges of working at sea.
From helping flood victims in Australia to the Afghan Air Force, Major Tim Byrne hasn't stopped this year.
No. 2 Cavalry Regiment and Queensland Police have been recognised for their efforts during Townsville’s February floods.
Chief of Army has received a significant gift, which acknowledges the shared values of the Murrawarri nation and the Army.
A new suspension bridge has been opened over Jarra Creek, doubling the training space of the Jungle Training Wing in Far North Queensland.