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.
Indonesian Armed Forces has deployed personnel to work alongside the ADF as part of Operation Bushfire Assist.
Air Warfare Centre expertise is providing crucial information for emergency services as they seek new ways to reduce danger this summer.
When Squadron Leader Del Gaudry realised she lived in a fire-prone area, she joined the local brigade.
One of two Army ambulances flown by strategic airlifter from Brisbane to Canberra is operating at altitudes of more than 1300m alongside fire truck
A new era of dawn patrols has arrived in the Australian Capital Territory with the deployment of Army Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to monitor spo
The Australian Army has increased its support to the ACT Ambulance Service by providing ambulances, crews and familiarisation training for ACT ambu
As an inferno threatened Canberra suburbs for the first time in 17 years, soldiers teamed up with police going door-to-door to advise residents.
The Army’s small number of veterinary officers have been in high demand during Operation Bushfire Assist.