The Royal Australian Air Force has successfully completed a two-week bilateral training exercise with the United States Air Force.
Behind every great defence force is an army of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians. The ADF is no different.
Air Force will deploy over 300 personnel and approximately 30 aircraft in the NT for Exercise Rogue Ambush 21.
The ADF’s newest strike aircraft has successfully conducted its first public working display, in the skies over the NSW Central Coast.
Defence and industry collaboration took a step forward with the official opening of Moog Australia’s new $2 million facility.
An F-35A aircraft has been inducted into BAE Systems Australia’s maintenance depot as part of the next major milestone in the Joint Strike Fighter...
A small celebration was held at Fighter World Aviation Museum to mark the 80th anniversary of RAAF Base Williamtown.
The Joint Strike Fighter team has officially accepted Australia’s 30th F-35A Lightning II, strengthening the air-combat capability of RAAF.
No. 3 Squadron has put its personnel and systems to the test by conducting a simulated deployment at RAAF Base Williamtown.
Wing Commander Darren Clare completed his last mission in an F-35A Lightning II as Commanding Officer of No.3 Squadron.
A key aerial combat training activity integrating people and systems has successfully wrapped up.
Air Commodore Tim Alsop has visited the Martin Baker Australia ejection seat maintenance facility at the Williamtown Aerospace Centre.