An Aboriginal community-controlled health service in Port Augusta has praised the invaluable support of the 3rd Health Battalion during the pandemic.
A young air movements operator found himself deployed to Solomon Islands as part of Operation Lilia, only weeks into his first posting.
A Newcastle Army health officer has been nationally recognised for creating an online COVID-19 health training package for the ADF.
More ADF personnel are on the ground supporting the Papua New Guinea Government’s COVID-19 response.
The Royal Australian Navy Recruit School at HMAS Cerberus, Victoria, is responsible for providing the Navy with trained, confident sailors
A team from the 3rd Health Support Battalion has helped an Aboriginal health group vaccinate more than 100 people.
Recently graduated RAAF recruits donated $2500 and 120 RAAF teddy bears to Ronald McDonald House Wagga Wagga.
Despite limitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, RAAF Base Edinburgh was still able to raise much-needed funds for Legacy this year.
A three-person ADF planning team has helped bolster the Papua New Guinea Government’s COVID-19 response.
As Australia contends with COVID-19 lockdowns, Defence scientists are developing tools to gauge community responses.
The ADF is supporting Australia's friends in the region during the pandemic.
The task force charged with delivering the COVID-19 vaccine rollout is determined to vaccinate every eligible Australian by the end of 2021.