A plaque was unveiled at RAAF Base Darwin on Remembrance Day to honour RAAF radar personnel who have served in the northern areas of Australia and beyond.
The best Air Force military working dogs and handlers have been recognised, with the 2020 Lady Hannah and Bill Perrett perpetual shields awarded to personnel from No. 2 Security Forces Squadron (2SECFOR).
For the second year in a row, Air Force has taken part in Army’s Forces Command Soldier of the Year activity.
In an historic moment, No. 79 Squadron’s colours were consecrated for the first time on November 20 at RAAF Base Pearce, Western Australia, bringing together four chapters in the unit’s 77-year history.
While the massive overhead fans generated a cooling breeze in the Gallipoli Barracks gym, Brisbane, in the early evening of November 6, 10 relay teams from the 6th and 7th Brigades set off on what was to become an epic 42-hour fundraising event.
When Squadron Leader Ajitha Sugnanam joined Air Force as a dentist, it allowed her to achieve her dream helping people in need in remote locations.
A prestigious Air Force NAIDOC Week award has become a family affair, with the wife of last year’s winner receiving the 2020 award.
The number of blood donations from pilots at No. 2 Flying Training School has taken off thanks to a break in flying commitments offered by a safety day.
A book written by Army’s Captain Stephanie Palfrey-Sneddon is being sold to raise money to support the education of 900 children in South Sudan.