Air Force participated in Exercises Lightning Spear and Lightning Ferry in the United States.
A boyhood love of model trains and aircraft sparked Squadron Leader Stephen Lampard's long career with Air Force.
A high-speed SATCOM system has been installed on a second Air Force C-130J Hercules, providing in-flight internet connection.
The 14-metre historic timber flag mast at RAAF Base Point Cook has been rebuilt by a heritage specialist in the lead-up to Air Force’s centenary next...
Leading Aircraftwoman Hayley Daniel has deployed from one end of the country to the other serving on Operations Pincer and COVID-19 Assist this year.
Personnel at RAAF Base Edinburgh have been able to identify almost 30 Indigenous South Australian veterans in a project that aims to recognise their...
A didgeridoo competition at the mess and flights for members of the local Indigenous community were among the activities held to celebrate NAIDOC...
Air Force personnel put their chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defence capability to the test during Exercise Toxic Safari.
Warrant Officer Stephen Weaver said NAIDOC Week provided an opportunity to celebrate the rich culture of Indigenous people.
Traditional Indigenous artefacts were on display at RAAF Base Williamtown to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
The challenge has been set to find the families of a World War II Wellington Bomber crew after the gifting of a photograph.
From Stolen Generation to serving his country, former Leading Aircraftman George Tongerie has been honoured at RAAF Base Edinburgh.