Attacking at the crack of dawn to neutralise a notional enemy occupying the Urban Operations Training Facility, soldiers from the 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, last month faced a complex environment.
Soldiers and officers from the French Armed Forces in New Caledonia (FANC) have arrived at Gallipoli Barracks to begin training with the 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, for Exercise Peronne.
Following weeks of theory lessons and tests on base, soldiers on the 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment’s (6RAR) Basic Sniper Course honed their marksmanship skills with the SR98 sniper rifle.
Sappers from the 2nd Combat Engineer Regiment (2CER) made an explosive return to combined live-fire training during Exercise Diamond Walk.
Exercise Diamond Walk has been a crucial exercise developing the employment of supporting equipment and using new communication tactics thanks to changes in the enabling units of 7 Combat Brigade.
A young private soldier with 6 Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (6 RAR) is looking forward to continuing a family tradition with the Army’s long running training establishment in South-East Asia.
Soldiers from 7 Combat Brigade now have a deeper understanding of the combat power the Army can generate thanks to a live-fire defensive operation serial conducted at Shoalwater Bay Training Area during Exercise Diamond Walk.
For the first time in two years, tanks and combat engineers have supported infantry from 7th Combat Brigade in a live-fire exercise at Shoalwater Bay Training Area.
Blistering heat, dense jungle, feet that never dry, and more mosquitos than you could imagine.