NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for Australians to recognise the rich history, cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Molotov cocktails, rowdy crowds and canines chomping at the bit set the scene for population protection and control (PPC) training in Townsville.
Church officials and members of the congregation of St Martin’s Anglican Church provided a warm welcome to visiting Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel deployed to Papua New Guinea (PNG) on Operation Kimba.
With both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, Sapper Jeirome Auda-Muckan is excited to be deployed on his first Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Program (AACAO) in Gapuwiyak, Northern Territory.
Death by “a thousand cuts” was how veteran, and recently retired Army signals officer, Mike Armstrong described his PTSD.
Navy’s first Evolved Cape-class patrol boat (ECCPB), Australian Defence Vessel Cape Otway, was officially welcomed to its home port of Cairns on June 24.
Combat engineers launched into an explosive training program on Exercise Thunder Rage in Townsville last month.
Under the quiet jungle canopy of the Canungra field training area in Tamborine Mountain, south-east Queensland, three teams of six explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) technicians worked methodically to detect, identify and render safe improvised explosive devices (IEDs).
The Australian Government has today announced Australian Defence Force (ADF) senior leadership appointments.