When Able Seaman Lynton Robbins joined the Royal Australian Navy, he never imagined he would one day be part of shaping its cultural identity as its inaugural Indigenous Cultural Performer (ICP).
The Royal Australian Navy Band has established Indigenous cultural performer (ICP) positions within its ranks.
After five months of hard work and determination, the members of class 17 of the Navy Indigenous Development Program (NIDP) graduated on June 23.
When the Chief of Navy recently led a delegation to a remote Indigenous community, they received a truly Australian welcome.
An Aboriginal community-controlled health service in Port Augusta, South Australia, has praised the invaluable support of the 3rd Health Battalion (3 HB) during COVID-19 outbreaks over the past two years.
Totems of the Dharug nation and Defence are proudly displayed together in an artwork commissioned by the Air Lift Systems Program Office (ALSPO).
No. 41 Wing and the Worimi community came together to celebrate the Aboriginal renaming of Air Force’s air battle management system (ABMS) on Friday, February 18 at RAAF Base Williamtown in NSW.
Air Force’s Elder, Uncle Harry Allie, has passed the title to a newly appointed Elder, Aunty Deborah Booker, at a handover ceremony at RAAF Base Glenbrook on February 25.
The relationship between South Australian-based aviators and Kaurna country is going from strength to strength thanks to cultural initiatives forged by Royal Australian Air Force Indigenous Liaison Officer Flight Lieutenant Steven Warrior.
The Air Force Band and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musicians from across the Australian Defence Force have recorded a new instrumental version of the Australian national anthem, featuring Indigenous instruments.