Once placed on a demolitions list, the Chapel of the Holy Trinity at Point Cook has reopened after a full restoration.
The Air Force Centenary program has concluded with a commemorative dedication of a new memorial at RAAF Base Point Cook.
On March 20, die-hard aviation enthusiasts recreated a race 100 years in the making: the Serpentine Air Race.
A memorial honouring the Empire Air Training Scheme is nearing completion at the entrance to RAAF Base Wagga.
Air Force has been gifted the only remaining WWII RAAF rescue launch for the Air Force Heritage Collection.
Air Force logisticians, past and present, have been honoured at the Air Force Memorial, RAAF Base Point Cook.
The oldest known living member of No. 23 (City of Brisbane) Squadron, Esdale Davis, celebrated his 100th birthday on November 24.
The female members of the logistics’ section of Air Force’s No. 92 Wing recently hosted two former WRAAF members.
The Air Force Officer Training School commemorated Air Force’s centenary by holding a graduation parade at RAAF Base Point Cook, where the RAAF began.
The Air Force centenary commemorations have also ensured history is preserved, with funds generated from merchandise sales donated to heritage...
The community of Moonta in South Australia has celebrated the unveiling of a statue of Sir Richard Williams.
Before enlisting in Air Force, Townsville-born Aaron Egan, aged 21, knew he wanted to work with his hands and solve problems.