Flying Officer Punam Singh Wahan was inspired to join Air Force to be part of something bigger.
Republic of Fiji Military Forces have arrived in Tonga to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster relief alongside Australian troops.
Often the first to arrive during operations, Air Force’s No. 37 Squadron is also now first to comply with new Defence-wide training regulations.
The Royal Australian Air Force has surpassed 850,000 flying hours with the C-130 Hercules transport aircraft.
A specially-modified RAAF Hercules aircraft has proven its value over Tonga following a devastating underwater volcanic eruption on January 15.
Royal Australian Air Force personnel and their allies from Canada, the US and the United Kingdom were challenged on Exercise Coalition Virtual Flag.
More ADF personnel are on the ground supporting the Papua New Guinea Government’s COVID-19 response.
Trainee Army special forces commandos made a splash during recent training at two Sydney beaches.
No. 35 Squadron’s C-27J Spartan's first landing and take-off at Lord Howe Island was an important training flight.
While many in Air Force are now working from home, they can stay fit and connected through virtual means.
There were a number of firsts for Air Force during Exercise Talisman Sabre 2021.
Exercise Teak Action has strengthened the ties between Air Force’s No. 37 Squadron and the United States Air Force.