Some Royal Australian Air Force heavy plant machinery was used to prepare bushfire defences south of Canberra recently.
The Australian Defence Force evacuated 26 endangered Eastern Bettongs to Victoria when the bushfires threatened their habitat.
One important but perhaps less tangible role in Operation Bushfire Assist is the one being performed by military chaplains.
It was fitting that a No. 35 Squadron C-27J Spartan was tasked with transporting endangered marsupials away from the ACT danger zone.
Residents in Omeo, Victoria, got a closer look at some of the vehicles and equipment they’d seen around town recently.
The bushfire crisis became an opportunity for Indigenous communities on the NSW east coast to reconnect.
ADF personnel thrust into the scorched South Australian landscape have worked closely together to deliver their best for the community.
Chaplain Paul Ghanem lets people know they are not alone and that Australia is here to care for and support them.
Australian Army and Papua New Guinean Defence Force officers have worked with various agencies at the Swift’s Creek Incident Control Centre.
Victoria's Alpine Shire has been home to soldiers of Joint Task Force 646, who have provided support during the bushfire crisis.
Dirt roads graded by Army combat engineers don't just provide access, they can also act as fire breaks.
One Army Reserve driver has been happy to help out in and around Canberra during the bushfire crisis.