Pilot Officer John Lewin's passion for aviation led him to become one of the ADF's newest pilots.
Two aircraft flew 50 tonnes of vital fire retardant powder to Western Australia.
After 38 years of service in the Air Force, Warrant Officer Jen Riches has put down her pace stick.
Ten military working dogs were presented with their Canine Service Medals at RAAF Base Pearce on December 8.
The final PC-21 Australian Defence Force Pilots’ Course graduation ceremony for this year was held at RAAF Base Pearce on December 11.
Western Australia’s 2020 Little Telethon Stars were invited by RAAF Base Pearce personnel for a behind-the-scenes tour of the base.
In an historic moment, No. 79 Squadron’s colours were consecrated for the first time on November 20 at RAAF Base Pearce.
The number of blood donations from pilots at No. 2 Flying Training School has taken off thanks to a break in flying commitments.
Workplace welfare dogs are spreading the word about the Air Force’s centenary year while continuing to support Air Force members.
Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds joined the Western Australian Defence Women’s Mentoring Circle at their final meeting.
A plaque has been unveiled to honour a lost RAAF Beaufort Bomber aircraft and crew.
A No. 2 Flying Training School graduation ceremony was held at RAAF Base Pearce this month.