For the first time, the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has conducted air-to-air refuelling flight testing with the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF, or Koku-Jieitai).
More than 104 years after his death, the grave of 21-year-old WWI soldier, No. 10778 Driver Albert Nicholson is now marked by a headstone bearing his name.
An array of Air Force aircraft, old and new, thrilled a crowd of more than 10,000 people during the Anzac Weekend Air Show at West Sale Airport, Victoria.
Navy’s intelligence and information warfare training capability has adapted to face the new challenges with the creation of the Maritime Intelligence and Information Warfare School (MIIWS) at HMAS Watson.
Ground crew aircraft support (GCAS) soldiers provided vital functions for helicopters on Exercise Griffin Guns.
Sailors and officers of the Anzac-class frigate, HMAS Toowoomba (II), have commemorated Anzac Day in the ship’s namesake city of Toowoomba in South-east Queensland.
Anzac Day this year was significant for Navy aviation technician Able Seaman Adrian Ebenwaldner as he reflected on his family’s military tradition when he joined Australia’s Federation Guard in Gallipoli.
Members of the public got a rare opportunity when the Puckapunyal military area opened its gates for a day in early April.
A bombardier who flew daily drone missions to support fire relief efforts in eastern Victoria in 2019, returned on Anzac Day to attend the dawn service at one of the bushfire-ravaged towns.
The crew of HMAS Ararat recently conducted interoperability activities with Australian Defence Vessel (ADV) Ocean Protector while deployed near the remote Australian territory of Christmas Island on Operation Resolute.