ADF personnel and NSW police attended RAAF Base Richmond to learn about management in times of trouble.
Devastated by two fires in the past seven years, Australia’s heritage railway, the Zig Zag Railway near Lithgow, NSW, is benefiting from the suppor
Defence scientists have contributed to the response to the bushfire crisis by using a research aircraft to conduct surveillance operations.
Task Group Dingo has worked hard to assist civil authorities transition from firefighting to recovery efforts in Victoria’s alpine region.
The Australian Defence Force evacuated 26 endangered Eastern Bettongs to Victoria when the bushfires threatened their habitat.
One important but perhaps less tangible role in Operation Bushfire Assist is the one being performed by military chaplains.
ADF personnel thrust into the scorched South Australian landscape have worked closely together to deliver their best for the community.
Australian Army and Papua New Guinean Defence Force officers have worked with various agencies at the Swift’s Creek Incident Control Centre.
Indonesian Armed Forces has deployed personnel to work alongside the ADF as part of Operation Bushfire Assist.
One of two Army ambulances flown by strategic airlifter from Brisbane to Canberra is operating at altitudes of more than 1300m alongside fire truck
Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopters are soaring over Canberra delivering Australian soldiers to remote areas.
Chinooks have proven their worth helping move people and supplies from isolated communities.