The Royal Australian Air Force’s latest F/A-18F Super Hornet aircrews completed their operational conversion training late last year.
Squadron Leader Anthony Gesualdi said he was proud to see his daughter follow in his footsteps.
A group of female Air Force officers on exercise had the opportunity to meet the Administrator of the Northern Territory, Vicki O’Halloran.
An all-female crew from No. 1 Squadron flew a F/A-18F Super Hornet mission on March 8 to mark International Women’s Day.
Many people order food with their phones, but Joint Terminal Attack Controllers hidden behind enemy lines can use them to call in air strikes.
This year's Red Nose Day is close to the hearts of two RAAF Base Amberley members.
Flight Lieutenant Tom, of Air Force’s No. 1 Squadron, has completed a 24-hour running challenge to raise funds for charity.
Although engaging in a 24-hour run, F/A-18F pilot Flight Lieutenant Tom still plans on keeping up a fair pace.
Leading Aircraftman Martin Ritchie left the paper mill at age 46 to pursue his passion for aviation and he hasn't looked back.
March 2020 marked a decade since the F/A-18F Super Hornets arrived at their new home at RAAF Base Amberley.
A ceremony marked the end of RAAF's training with two important regional partners.
The Air Force have reinforced its strong relationship with Thailand as part of Exercise Thai Boomerang.