Air Force personnel in March took part in an operation to deter illegal fishing in the south-west Pacific, and also helped five fishermen who had been lost at sea get home.
The RAN could soon use remote autonomous systems to jam mine explosives under a new program being explored through industry providers.
Restored ex-Royal Australian Naval College (RANC) yacht Franklin II sailed back to her former home port of HMAS Creswell in Jervis Bay on April 21.
Back in April 1941, 12 female telegraphists and two attendants were authorised into service in the Women’s Royal Australian Naval Service (WRANS).
The return of the Hawkesbury Show allowed RAAF Base Richmond personnel to connect with the public in Air Force’s centenary year, and drones were a feature of the display.
Newly arrived Indigenous military and APS personnel have been welcomed to the Puckapunyal Military Area in a ceremony at the base yarning circle.
HMAS Maitland has returned home after taking part in Australia’s latest contribution to Operation Solania, supporting the Solomon Islands’ efforts in border security and protecting regional fisheries.
More than 75 years of the Drage family’s hard work was blown away in minutes when Tropical Cyclone Seroja hit Western Australia’s mid-west in early April.
HMAS Sirius‘ maritime personnel supervisor Petty Officer Hayley Barwell is a specialist when it comes to administration, but she also operates the rig equipment that pumps thousands of tonnes of fuel between ships during a replenishment-at-sea (RAS).