The excitement in Flight Lieutenant Perlon Leung’s eyes said it all.
COVID-19 has impacted many exercises for the ADF and for Chaplain Stuart Asquith on Exercise Cope North it was no different.
A naval tradition dating back to the ancient Romans has been followed to bring good luck to the future crew of Navy’s first offshore patrol vessel.
Wing Commander Stuart Wheal looks out over the runway and pebbly scrub of Northwest Field, a largely disused airfield near Andersen Air Force Base in Guam.
A quick-footed Navy Tridents side is gearing up to take on a range of international and representative teams in the Harmony Cup rugby league nines tournament from February 26-28 at Port Kennedy, WA.
The orderly room team at Air Force’s No. 36 Squadron has introduced some novel approaches to improving their workplace, with positive results.
Operation Bursa was only really known by those engaged in it at the time – the secretive counter-terrorist operation raised to recapture any of the strategically important oil rigs in Bass Strait if taken by terrorists.
The Fleet Air Arm Wessex and Sea King helicopters of HC (Helicopter Composite) 723 Squadron, HU (Helicopter Utility) 816 Squadron, and HS (Helicopter Anti-Submarine) 817 Squadron, and their aircrew, maintainers and support staff were involved in providing the capability for inserting the airborne component of the Special Air Service Regiment/Clearance Diving Team Tactical Action Group from August 1980 to December 1989.
The days of Puckapunyal’s ageing fitness centre are numbered with construction of a new health and wellbeing facility due to start mid-year.