The Gallipoli Barracks Sergeants’ Mess has received a traditional artwork as part of National Reconciliation Week, painted by local Indigenous artist Christopher McGregor-Sandy.
Leading Aircraftwoman Petrea Saunders, a Butchulla woman from Fraser Island, is proud to be representing Australia on Operations in the Middle East during National Reconciliation Week.
Private Zion Connors, from Inverell, near Coffs Harbour, is spending National Reconciliation Week far from home in the Middle East region.
This year ADF members in South Australia acknowledged National Reconciliation Week (NRW) virtually with the annual Reconciliation SA Breakfast live streamed to participating Air Force and Army units.
A desire for “stability and a future” in his career led Lance Corporal Colin Rogan to join Army in 2002.
This year’s National Reconciliation Week theme, In this together, reflects the achievements and relationships forged across northern Australia between the Regional Force Surveillance Group (RFSG), Indigenous communities and Indigenous soldiers, both serving and enlisting.
Flight Lieutenant Normie Grogan is an Air Force Indigenous Liaison Officer (ILO) based in Darwin and believes a strong and robust sense of humour is essential for a role like his.
At first glance, Sergeant Annie Dufficy might look too young to fit the image, but she’s gained a title of reverence from her extended family.
Newly arrived recruits stand nervously in a group at Blamey Barracks, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, awaiting direction from instructors.