Members of the 7th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, took part in Victor Harbor’s NAIDOC Week celebrations on June 30.
A shield at Ranger Barracks honours Indigenous men and women who have served in the 8th/7th Battalion, Royal Victorian Regiment.
NAIDOC Week provides an opportunity for Defence personnel to reflect on reconciliation.
The RAAF is taking part in events celebrating the culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
A yarning circle site was opened at the Puckapunyal Military Area late last year.
An Air Force NAIDOC Week award has become a family affair, with the wife of last year’s winner receiving this year's award.
A posting to NUSHIP Supply caused some personal conflict for Able Seaman Jahlaya Weazal, but also provided an opportunity for education.
Personnel at RAAF Base Edinburgh have been able to identify almost 30 Indigenous South Australian veterans in a project that aims to recognise their...
A didgeridoo competition at the mess and flights for members of the local Indigenous community were among the activities held to celebrate NAIDOC...
Warrant Officer Stephen Weaver said NAIDOC Week provided an opportunity to celebrate the rich culture of Indigenous people.
Traditional Indigenous artefacts were on display at RAAF Base Williamtown to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
From Stolen Generation to serving his country, former Leading Aircraftman George Tongerie has been honoured at RAAF Base Edinburgh.