A Royal Australian Air Force No. 2 Squadron E-7A Wedgetail crew provided advanced battlespace management within a multinational environment during Exercise Red Flag Alaska 21-3 in August.
Air power has been on display with two RAAF E-7A Wedgetail aircraft from No. 2 Squadron, based at RAAF Base Williamtown, participating in Exercise Talisman Sabre (TS21).
Air Force’s newest E-7A Wedgetail and F-35A Lighting II pilots completed their six-month operational conversion courses on Exercise Rogue Ambush 21.
No. 2 Squadron has more co-pilots and aircrew after a group graduated from the E-7A Wedgetail operational conversion course conducted as part of Exercise Rogue Ambush.
As an aircraft technician at No. 2 Squadron, Aircraftwoman Natasha Bryan enjoys the variety of her day-to-day role, however, Exercise Rogue Ambush has taken her to new heights operating out of the Top End for the first time.
Exercise Arnhem Thunder saw personnel on exchange from the Royal Air Force (RAF) fill key positions on Australia’s E-7A Wedgetail airborne early warning and control aircraft.
RAAF Base Williamtown celebrated its 80th anniversary on February 15 with a small celebration hosted by Deputy Air Commander Australia Air Commodore Benjamin Sleeman at Fighter World Aviation Museum, NSW.
RAAF personnel from No. 2 Squadron and association members and veterans held a commemorative event at RAAF Base Williamtown on November 3 to honour ADF members who fought in the Vietnam War.
Air Force E-7A Wedgetail aircraft and support personnel have returned to Australia following a successful year-long deployment.