Air Force Combat Controllers are putting their specialised skills to the test during a multinational disaster relief exercise.
Australia is again taking part in Exercise Cope North to improve combat readiness and humanitarian assistance.
Nineteen-year-old Aircraftman Eugene Ramos is enjoying the hands-on aspect of participating in an international exercise.
ADF personnel are coordinating a humanitarian aid and disaster relief mission scenario on a global stage.
Up to seven RAAF F/A-18A/B Hornets will arrive at RAAF Base Pearce in Western Australia today to support two exercises.
Air Vice Marshal Steven Roberton is taking the lead for the inaugural Air Force Indigenous Champion Network.
Handmade keepsakes have been presented to members of the Japan Self-Defense Force as thanks for their efforts.
A wide range of abilities makes Leading Aircraft Woman Tiarne Westland a valuable hand in the relief effort.
After doing plenty of heavy lifting, three Royal New Zealand Air Force NH-90 helicopters and their crew have returned home.
Pilot Officer Isabella Filmer did not know what to expect when she recently returned to her hometown of Mallacoota to be reunited with her family.
Precision was the order of the day when a No. 36 Squadron C-17A Globemaster used new airdrop techniques over Antarctica.
Flight Lieutenant Rebecca Marshall put her Japanese language abilities to great use as international partners came to help Australia.