This National Reconciliation Week, the Regional Force Surveillance Group reflects on achievements and relationships forged.
An Army reservist was proud to assist Western Australia Police to protect the public during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At first glance, Sergeant Annie Dufficy might look too young to fit the image, but she’s gained a title of reverence from her extended family.
The Indigenous Pre-Recruit Program aims to give Indigenous Australians the best chance of success in Defence.
Indigenous soldiers at the Royal Military College are encouraging fellow Indigenous Australians to join the Army during National Reconciliation Week.
Aunty Lorraine Hatton has been appointed Army’s Indigenous Elder.
Personnel of 6 Battalion Royal Australian Regiment lent a hand to a person with a tragic connection to Army.
A career and lifestyle change led Private Ee Goh to the Army.
Personnel in Afghanistan are solving problems caused by COVID-19 to continue their mission.
Captain Craig Ashburner has swapped his dark-blue beret for a light-blue one on a United Nations mission in Israel.
In the wake of COVID-19 restrictions, Army has tailored a special approach to first aid training.
Corporal James Sutherland is back in Canberra to help out during Operation COVID-19 Assist.