Townsville’s 4th Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, recently pushed its junior leaders to the limit on Exercise Turbulent Dawn.
During a routine mid-morning COVID-19 compliance check in Wellington, NSW, earlier this month, COVID-19 task force member Able Seaman Matthew Mu was faced with a life-or-death situation.
As part of the centenary of Air Force commemorations, a Women in Air Force luncheon was held in Western Australia on October 21 to recognise the contribution and sacrifice of all women who have served and continue to serve.
A commitment to supporting an ADF reservist has paid dividends for Perth business O’Brien Electrical and Data Joondalup.
As Chief of the Nuclear Powered Submarine Taskforce my role is to advise Government on the optimal pathway to acquiring a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines for Australia. Nuclear-powered submarines will fundamentally change Australia’s strategic personality in the maritime domain. They will allow us to hold potential adversaries at risk from a greater distance and influence their calculus of the costs involved in threatening Australia’s interests. Nuclear-powered submarines have superior characteristics of stealth, speed, manoeuvrability, survivability, and almost limitless endurance compared to conventional submarines.
The waters off the east coast of Malaysia in mid-October were abuzz with small boats from the Royal Australian Navy, the United Kingdom and Malaysia, with HMAS Canberra’s dock central to the training.
The entire 7th Combat Brigade gathered at the Gallipoli Barracks obstacle course in Brisbane on October 21 to cheer on the unit teams taking part in the Commander’s Cup, an event that boosts esprit de corps.
A deployment to Iraq is providing Navy neurosurgeon Lieutenant Commander Andrew Davidson some unique challenges.