One Army Reserve driver has been happy to help out in and around Canberra during the bushfire crisis.
Imagery is a big part of Captain Julian Thompson’s life.
A new era of dawn patrols has arrived in the Australian Capital Territory with the deployment of Army Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to monitor spo
The Australian Army has increased its support to the ACT Ambulance Service by providing ambulances, crews and familiarisation training for ACT ambu
As an inferno threatened Canberra suburbs for the first time in 17 years, soldiers teamed up with police going door-to-door to advise residents.
The Army’s small number of veterinary officers have been in high demand during Operation Bushfire Assist.
Artillerymen from the Army Reserve’s 9th Regiment proved they can turn their hand to anything when they helped search for koalas in need of help.
On New Year’s Eve, smoke wafted from a tobacco pipe at the Taji Military Complex north of Baghdad to mark another year gone and a new one’s beginning.
It was a proud moment for one Army officer when she gave the Prime Minister a guided tour of her unit's medical set-up on January 22.
What would Australia Day be without a game of cricket in the blazing sunshine?
A woman tore into the Cobargo relief centre on January 21, grabbing towels and saying her daughter was in labour.
Soldiers are swinging chainsaws and brush cutters as they clear the way in the rugged Namadgi National Park for the ACT's Emergency Services Agency