More than 250 participants competed to “capture the flag” in a cyber-skills challenge from May 24-30.
After a 30-year career in Army, Warrant Officer Class One Michael Landy wasn’t sure what to expect when he went on an industry placement.
They say you can’t flex cardio, but the ability to run more than basic fitness assessment (BFA) distance and find enjoyment is considered a skill b
Officers and diggers gathered in Canberra, and around Australia, to celebrate Army’s 120th birthday on March 1.
HMAS Adelaide’s Communication and Information Systems sailors and Army signallers bridged the gap between the ship and personnel ashore in Fiji.
An Air Force C-17A Globemaster has flown from Brisbane to Adelaide with a water purification and desalination system (WPDS) to supply drinking wate
Old and new aircraft combined to take part in the RAAF Base Edinburgh Air Show in the skies over Adelaide.
A portrait of Corporal Cameron Baird, VC, MG, has been unveiled at Camp Baird.
The Roulettes performed their first full-formation display in the new PC-21 aircraft at the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix.
A performance of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture was the grand finale and highlight of the Gallipoli Barracks Open Day on October 12.
The iteration of the Australian Army banner for most of the 21st century has come home.
Mental agility was at the fore of the week-long Special Operations Mental Agility (SOMA) course.