Flight Lieutenant Burentogtokh Altantsetseg, an armament engineer, took on the role of interpreter at the Air and Space Power Conference.
The first Australian-built aircraft in more than 50 years has been officially named in a ceremony held at RAAF Base Amberley.
RAAF Bases Pearce and Learmonth were called upon to project airpower in support of firefighting capabilities in WA.
The Air Force Centenary program has concluded with a commemorative dedication of a new memorial at RAAF Base Point Cook.
Two former Australian Defence Force Cyber Gap Program participants continue to be involved in the program as mentors.
Aviators from the Royal Australian Air Force’s No. 1 Security Forces Squadron participated in Exercise Pacific Defender.
ADF personnel deployed on Operation Flood Assist are preparing to provide further assistance to support the needs of northern NSW communities.
HMAS Canberra arrived home in Sydney on March 29 after supporting the Tongan people as part of Operation Tonga Assist 2022.
Residents, local government officials and aviators from RAAF Base Tindal commemorate the 80th anniversary of the bombing of Katherine.
On March 20, die-hard aviation enthusiasts recreated a race 100 years in the making: the Serpentine Air Race.
This year's Air and Space Power Conference drew national and international leaders and experts from military, academia and aerospace industry.
Commander of the Operation Flood Assist joint task force met with Royal Australian Navy sailors deployed to northern New South Wales.