A workhorse for the Australian Defence Force, the C-130J Hercules aircraft has marked 20 years since entering service.
Flight Lieutenant Nathan Nguyen is climbing five mountains in Canberra during National Stroke Week.
As a boy, Leading Aircraftman Anthony Everitt admired the F/A-18A Hornets that flew past the headlands near his home.
Marking a long and distinguished operational history, the F/A-18A/B Hornet reached a milestone of 400,000 flying hours.
Collecting vital flight data while enduring high-G manoeuvres in a PC-9 was a wild new experience for eight female engineers.
Bombing capacity of F-35As has quadrupled with the arrival of small diameter bombs introduced to No. 3 Squadron.
A second yarning circle will inspire Indigenous cultural awareness and appreciation among staff and recruits at RAAF Base Wagga.
NASA engineers and scientists have flown to a remote corner of the Northern Territory with the help of the Air Force.
It was a special flight for pilots at No. 3 Squadron.
Members of the Lake Cargelligo community had a chance to tour a No. 37 Squadron C-130J Hercules.
Royal Australian Air Force military working dogs have successfully participated in Exercise Talisman Sabre.
During Exercise Talisman Sabre, the United States Air Force and Royal Australian Air Force met a major milestone.