It was a surreal flight to New York for a Royal Australian Air Force aircraft in the days after September 11, 2001.
Air Force played an important role searching the South-West Pacific for illegal fishing.
Precision-guided airdrop will soon deliver a quicker and more accurate means of sustaining troops over long distances.
The PC-9/As did a rare formation flypast over the New South Wales Hunter region ahead of their retirement.
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.