EIGHTY years to the day since HMAS Parramatta (II) was lost, the red kangaroo funnel insignia from successor ship Parramatta (IV) was donated to the Australian War Memorial (AWM).
Members of the Australian Army History Unit have collected more than 1500 historic artefacts from ADF operations across the Middle East since 2001.
Back in April 1941, 12 female telegraphists and two attendants were authorised into service in the Women’s Royal Australian Naval Service (WRANS).
Hornet maintainers have played a vital role in the life cycle of the F/A-18A/B aircraft, which they are preparing to farewell.
In a symbolic gesture, shells, soil and sand collected from around the country were placed at the For Our Country – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander memorial at the Australian War Memorial on March 29.
Your home is a haven. Its walls keep you safe. Its a place most dream of returning to when in the thick of war.
Able Seaman Amy-Lee d’Hotman de Villiers was to form part of the Anzac Day catafalque party at Gallipoli this year.
Regardless of whether he’s in Australia or overseas on Anzac Day, for Gunner Kendall Breitenstein it’s about taking time to honour and reflect on those who have served in wars and modern conflicts.