Air Force members remembered the sacrifices of World War II veterans at the unveiling of two memorials in Loxton, South Australia.
A plaque has been unveiled to honour a lost RAAF Beaufort Bomber aircraft and crew.
A memorial was held in Albany to remember submariners who died during World War II operations.
A Spitfire has been restored in the United Kingdom and given the number ZP-W in honour of Australia's No 457 Squadron.
Members of Australia’s Federation Guard prepare for a ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Pacific.
Military pipers commemorate the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Pacific at the Australian War Memorial.
The Queen has approved a posthumous Victoria Cross for World War II hero Ordinary Seaman Edward “Teddy” Sheean.
A rare 1868 Braendlin-Albini rifle was donated to the History Trust of South Australia this month.
Soldiers of the 5th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, held commemorative activities in early June marking 51 years since the Battle of Binh Ba.
A small mascot has made a big trip on a No. 36 Squadron C-17A mission, recognising the centenary of a major aviation milestone.
Vietnam War veteran Ray De Vere shares his experience in the Battle of Binh Ba.
Today, on its 80th birthday, RAAF Base Amberley marks many milestones.