A select few from Australia’s Federation Guard will participate in a dawn service at the Australian War Memorial, live streamed to the public.
Private Frederick Charles Devery Holten, currently deployed to the Middle East region, is the legacy of two world wars and his name a tribute to both.
There is no shortage of family ties in Defence but it is rare to find siblings working in the same corps, let alone the same trade.
In March, Task Group Taji 10 personnel were exposed to terrifying events when multiple rockets were fired at their camp.
Long before posting to the 7th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment as a clerk in Adelaide, Private Kbora Ali was born and raised in Afghanistan.
New South Wales-born Corporal Todd Madden has had many challenging experiences in his nine years as an infantryman in the Army.
Growing up years apart, two Granite Belt locals are now serving together on operations in Afghanistan.
Soldiers of Joint Task Force 629.3 are providing customised support to Queensland authorities to help deal with the impacts of COVID-19.
Private Grace Bailey is proud to be the first serving female member of a family with deep links to the military.
Thinking of the Anzacs, Warrant Officer Class 2 Michael Foster is looking forward to Anzac Day, which will be very different this year.
This Anzac Day, Trooper Alexis Matthews will be reflecting on what life was like in uniform for her relatives.
As the world faces an unprecedented crisis, soldiers such as Gunner Macauley Longhurst are stepping up to help.