Aviators from Air Force’s No. 35 Squadron joined the community in Port Vila for the Vanuatu Independence Day celebrations while on Operation Solania.
Air Force’s No. 35 Squadron has begun a sister squadron arrangement with the PNG Defence Force’s Air Training Wing.
Australian loadmasters have distinguished themselves during exchange postings with the United States Army’s C-27J Spartans.
During May, No. 35 Squadron delivered a piece of history to what was the most northern Air Force base in Australia during World War II.
In partnership with Defence Force Recruiting, No. 35 Squadron hosted C-27J Spartan flights to regional Queensland communities.
Air Force and Army have combined forces to spread some Christmas cheer in remote areas of Queensland and the Torres Strait Islands.
After 40 years of service, Flight Lieutenant Bruce Lowth was presented with his Federation Star.
Security forces trainees at RAAF Base Amberley are gaining valuable exposure to an operational flying environment.
Adapted training and remote learning have ensured pilots and loadmasters from No. 35 Squadron continue training.
The C-27J displayed many capabilities during Exercise Ready Spartan Prove.
Flying Officer Em Renshaw, a C27-J Spartan pilot, has followed her mother as a trailblazer in the skies.
An artificial intelligence (Ai) project run by Defence personnel in search-and-rescue (SAR) trials has the potential to save lives.