Soldiers from the French Armed Forces in New Caledonia have arrived at Gallipoli Barracks to begin training with 6 RAR for Exercise Peronne.
Soldiers on the 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment’s Basic Sniper Course have honed their practical skills.
Sappers from the 2nd Combat Engineer Regiment have made an explosive return to live-fire training during Exercise Diamond Walk.
Exercise Diamond Walk has been a crucial exercise developing the employment of supporting equipment and using new communication tactics.
Private Tui Swann is looking forward to continuing a family tradition with the Army’s long running training establishment in South-East Asia.
Soldiers from 7 Combat Brigade conducted a live-fire defensive operation serial during Exercise Diamond Walk.
For the first time in two years, tanks and combat engineers have supported infantry from 7th Combat Brigade in a live-fire exercise.
Personnel from the 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, spent a week training in the jungle in preparation for their deployment to Malaysia.
Before Army personnel began Exercise Diamond Walk, they were reminded that Indigenous people have been walking the area for thousands of years.
Lieutenant Kurt O’Neill, who grew up in Warrnambool on the Great Ocean Road, is helping communities in NSW recover.
A young aspiring Army officer was given a morale boost as he recovers from a health issue with a visit from some infantry soldiers.
Captain Dylan Conway read more than 100 books while bed-ridden after surgery, which inspired an initiative to help others.