Thousands of Australian families benefit from the Defence Blood Challenge each year, including Air Force’s own.
Flight Sergeant Tony Rohan knows more than most about the importance of blood donations.
Members of No. 92 Wing at RAAF Base Edinburgh got on board the 2020 Defence Blood Challenge, holding the Wing’s first donation day on October 2.
Donating blood is nothing new for Army Reservist Private Anthony Di Berardino.
Warrant Officer Shane Grist is well on his way to his goal of 100 donations to Australian Red Cross Lifeblood.
Just shy of a year since joining the Air Force, Flight Lieutenant Tramaine Dukes donated blood for the first time.
For Wing Warrant Officer No. 86 Wing Scott Biddell, donating blood has been an important part of his life.
Special Operations Command personnel from across the country have rallied to Australian Red Cross Lifeblood donor centres to donate blood and plasma as part of the Defence Blood Challenge.
Although Aircraftwoman Genna Mervis is early into her Air Force career, she is a veteran of donating blood.
In support of the Defence Blood Challenge, the ship’s company of HMAS Cerberus rallied together to book out an entire daily schedule at the Frankston donor centre in Victoria.