Indigenous students received a sneak peek of life in the Army during a tour of two 7th Brigade units at Gallipoli Barracks.
Eighty-one millimetre bombs will be sent downrange by new mortars guided by modern hand-held computers set to roll out this year.
An engineer officer who was executed by the Japanese in World War II was posthumously presented the Resistance Memorial Cross by the Netherlands...
Corporal Iliona Mathers said his Indigenous culture helped build the right mindset for a successful military career.
The Middle East is a long way from the lush tropical island Warrant Officer Nathan Sandow’s ancestors called home.
Sergeant Annie Dufficy is carrying on her family’s proud tradition of mixing Indigenous culture and military service.
Taji Military Complex, 20 kilometres north of Baghdad, Iraq, is the last place you’d expect to run into someone you know from your home town.
The Iraqi Army School of Infantry NCO II (SINCO II) has received another upgrade to its urban infantry training program.
Thirty-five New Zealand Defence Force personnel, who arrived at the Taji Military Complex, were confronted with a fierce welcome ceremony.
A first for the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) took place on Australian soil, with the firing of an FH-70 howitzer out to 25 kilometres at...
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