Communication training and soldiering skills were the focus for 144th Signal Squadron’s Exercise Cobra Run at the Murray Bridge Training Area.
The Royal Australian Navy has begun its biggest deployment of the year, with more than a thousand sailors and officers bound for engagements across North- and South-East Asia.
The Royal Australian Navy and Indonesian Armed Forces have completed a six-day naval training exercise to combat illegal maritime activities.
The New South Wales Governor, Her Excellency Margaret Beazley, has been appointed an honorary Commodore in the Royal Australian Navy in a ceremony aboard HMAS Canberra.
Captain Anne Andrews knows improvements have been made to the lives of Afghan women and girls, which includes a tenfold increase in school enrolments since 2001.
Australian Army tradesmen have left a lasting and positive impact on the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) and a school ravaged by Cyclone Pam.
Gallipoli Barracks’ 17th Brigade Precinct in Brisbane has been renamed the Bullwinkel Lines in honour of World War II nurse Lieutenant Colonel Vivian Bullwinkel.
While conducting survey operations off the coast of Papua New Guinea, the crew of HMAS Melville took time to commemorate the first Australian casualties of WWI and the loss of the Australian submarine AE1.