With a flock of Army players on the team, the Curra Swans Football Club won their first women’s premiership.
Members of the Wallabies rugby union team joined Townsville soldiers to mentor at-risk youth in the community.
Enhanced mentoring and support for Indigenous soldiers have been the catalyst for the enlistment of an ‘uncle’ at Townsville’s 3rd Brigade.
Defence personnel value and respect the dedicated chaplains who are always ready to lend a hand or a listening ear.
The fast and furious nature of Eagle Run provided soldiers from the 3rd Brigade with a plethora of training opportunities.
Thailand-born Leading Aircraftman Chalin Sawangsri is the third generation of his family to serve in the military.
Soldiers from the Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers supported the Super Trucks racing in Townsville.
Front-line veterinary support keeps military working dogs in the fight on Exercise Talisman Sabre.
Australian and Fijian Olympians shared their stories of courage, identity and culture with at-risk youth during a Proud Warrior session in Townsville.
Six Army personnel have been recognised for coming to the aid of a civilian motorcyclist who crashed near their position while they were on exercise.
Soldiers and officers of the 3rd Combat Signal Regiment have achieved a significant milestone on their road to Talisman Sabre.
Trooper Alexander Williams said seeing the positive impact of the Proud Warrior youth program brought him a lot of joy.