Residents are praising ADF personnel who are digging in to help with a difficult and daunting task.
Almost 500 1st Brigade soldiers are spreading throughout affected areas armed with energy and a wide variety of specialist experience.
Most soldiers would jump at the chance to replace ration pack coffee with the freshly brewed variety.
After NSW dairy farmer Tim Salway lost his father and brother in the fires, ADF personnel dug in to relieve some of the burden.
Engineers are keeping a close eye on the structural integrity of dozens of bridges in NSW.
Livestock on the NSW south coast are sleeping with full stomachs after being visited by a convoy loaded with hay.
It’s not every day your mum drops in with biscuits and home-made muffins while you’re on deployment.
In the Snowy Valleys region of NSW, ADF personnel are complementing impacted health services.
While people and native wildlife left devastated by the bushfires are increasingly being cared for, livestock on farms haven’t necessarily been rec
A 35-year-old Mack water tanker has delivered 9000 litres of much-needed water to a remote farming property.
Artillerymen and women have joined the Army’s frontline response teams, helping to clear away fallen trees and trees at risk of c
Tree-felling experience has never been so in demand as ADF personnel cut through our blackened landscape.