Indigenous Elder of the Air Force Warrant Officer Uncle Harry Allie is proud to be passing on his experience.
Australians serving in the Middle East have joined the broader ADF in recognising NAIDOC Week.
Pilot Officer Gabrielle Read was pleasantly surprised to be reunited recently with two people she was at school with 10 years ago in Katherine.
While Lieutenant Damian Briggs has always known he was Indigenous, it is not something he embraced until recently.
Private Pamela Amber has achieved her dream of joining Defence and is now setting her mind to being a role model for future Indigenous soldiers.
Corporal Tianita McDonnel would like everyone to be involved in NAIDOC Week.
Aunty Lorraine visited North Queensland in her first official role to the region as the Army Indigenous Elder.
Indigenous sailors in HMAS Adelaide are swapping stories and celebrating their culture as the ship’s company marks NAIDOC Week.
Indigenous Liaison Officer Flight Lieutenant Tramaine Dukes has introduced an Indigenous theme to the bases’ fortnightly run/walk.
Leading Aircraftman James Evans is the first member of his family to join the military and thinks it would be a great career choice for his kin.
The Middle East is a long way from the lush tropical island Warrant Officer Nathan Sandow’s ancestors called home.
Sergeant Annie Dufficy is carrying on her family’s proud tradition of mixing Indigenous culture and military service.