The Land Engineering Agency recognised decades of designing, developing and testing Army equipment when it celebrated its 80th birthday on November 11.
Corporal Laura Fletcher is often behind the wheel of a truck in Australia, but for now, as a guardian angel in Kabul, Afghanistan, she is providing protection for coalition mentors guiding Afghan National Army Officer Academy (ANAOA) female cadets.
An Australian command task group element was based in a Japanese ship for the first time during a mine counter-measures exercise in Japan.
With a shift in mission focus just around the corner and a major milestone within reach, Exercise Talon Strike felt like the dawn of a new era at the Taji Military Complex, Iraq, on November 13.
“Wanting to be challenged and seeking adventure” were the main reasons a young woman from Lilydale in Victoria decided to join the Royal Australian Navy back in 1989.
As a part of wider effort, military members from the Australian Army’s 7th Brigade and 16th Aviation Brigade have deployed in support of Queensland and New South Wales Fire and Emergency services.
HMAS Melville delivered a Vanuatu police boat from Port Vila to Loh Island on November 11.
Royal Australian Navy pilot Lieutenant Rhiannon Thompson has come a long way from her school days at Perth Modern School to support firefighting efforts during the catastrophic bushfires across New South Wales.
The Australian Defence Force’s third Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD), NUSHIP Sydney, is on track to be delivered to the Navy in February after completing her sea trials.