A C-130J Hercules became a speck in the sky for a team of No. 4 Squadron combat controllers as they descended through the air at 200km/h.
The largest Royal Australian Air Force air warfare instructor course to date, which culminated in Exercise Diamond Storm 2022, has concluded.
A special reunion took place at the latest graduation ceremony at Air Force’s No. 1 Recruit Training Unit at RAAF Base Wagga.
Australian and New Zealand medical teams have worked together for a casualty evacuation exercise in the Solomon Islands.
Captain Celie Bright-Perry's deployment to the Solomon Islands has allowed her to apply training in a unique team environment.
Captain David Fileman is an Army helicopter pilot working in RAAF's No. 4 Squadron, deployed on TS21.
Gunners from the 8th/12th Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, took to the sky with a lift in Pilatus PC-21 aircraft.
Army and Air Force personnel have put their newly learned skills in coordinating close air support for soldiers on the ground into practice.
Combat controllers of No. 4 Squadron have conducted their annual parachute continuation training, Exercise Havoc Drop 20-1 at RAAF Base Wagga.
Exercise Havoc Strike is a custom-built training program to link those on the ground and in the sky.
Air Force Combat Controllers are putting their specialised skills to the test during a multinational disaster relief exercise.
The PC-9/As did a rare formation flypast over the New South Wales Hunter region ahead of their retirement.