Exercise Carabaroo developed skills to navigate and fight in an urban environment, with troops from the United States, Australia and the Philippines.
More than 1200 members from the Australian Army’s 7th Brigade converged on Central Queensland for Exercise Diamond Sprint a
A female cadet has been named the best in her course during a graduation ceremony at the Afghan National Army Officer Academy.
Australian Army physiotherapist Lieutenant Nicola Hribar has treated just under 10 per cent of the 1200-member task group.
Australia and Papua New Guinea’s partnership, forged in the mud of the Kokoda Track was highlighted during the dawn service at Port Moresby.
Private Hannah Bailey has made the journey to Turkey to honour the memory of her Anzac forebears.
Private Michael Amarasinghe said he was looking to find a missing link in his life as a Sri Lankan-born soldier.
Soldiers swap the jungles of Sri Lanka for the seas of India as they continue their training mission during Indo-Pacific Endeavour.
Brigadier John Shanahan became the first non-US commander of the 11,000-strong Train Advise Assist Command – South.
In eight months, Army Corporal Matthew Blows had a unique insight into Afghanistan few others see.
Cancer makes strange bedfellows, but three bouts between two soldiers forms the basis of an inspirational podcast.
The Combined Arms Training Centre hosted some of the best combat marksmen for the Australian Army Skill at Arms Meet.