Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) Gold Card holders are now able to access a range of priority assistance from Australian supermarkets, when purchasing online or shopping in-store.
No. 1 Squadron Aircraft Technician Leading Aircraftman Martin Ritchie is an example of someone who can find a positive in any situation.
Engineering innovation by technical sailors on board the Leeuwin-class hydrographic survey ship HMAS Melville has resulted in an increase in the maximum propulsion power available to support the ship’s involvement in task group operations, while improving the normal operating conditions for essential machinery.
Important Defence industry partnerships and a culture of excellence have been key to the operational effectiveness of Air Force’s highly advanced airborne early warning and control capability – the E-7A Wedgetail – now celebrating 10 years since its introduction into RAAF service.
The Australian and state and territory governments have announced a number of significant measures to bolster the health care system and ensure access to health care for all Australians during the pandemic.
Mental health services delivered by psychiatrists, psychologists, general practitioners, occupational therapists and social workers will be provided as part of DVA’s new telehealth arrangements, where clinically appropriate. These services can still be covered by non-liability health care arrangements where applicable.
DVA, in association with the Daily Telegraph, has been both proud and pleased to receive letters to veterans written by primary school students to mark a very different Anzac Day this year due to COVID-19.
SCAM ALERT: DVA has been alerted to a malicious email which claims to be from myGov. The email prompts users to log in to an online portal and provide scanned copies of their passport and driver’s licence in addition to a picture of themselves holding the document. [see screen shot]