Eighty-one years since the “few” saved so many in the Battle of Britain, the famous World War II air battle was commemorated in South Australia on September 18.
Taking her career journey to new heights, Leading Aircraftwoman Amy Clements has acquired specialist skillsets in the space domain as an air surveillance operator in the Royal Australian Air Force.
Air surveillance operators at No. 1 Remote Sensor Unit (1RSU) based at RAAF Base Edinburgh have completed training to operate the unit’s newest capability, the Royal Australian Air Force space surveillance telescope (SST).
Four new Squadron Standards, also known as Squadron Colours, have been presented in time for the Governor-General’s parade to mark the centenary of the Air Force in March.
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Leading Aircraftman Bailey Sheather, of No.1 Remote Sensor Unit based at RAAF Base Edinburgh, is an example of the diversity in talents of Air Force personnel, achieving a distinguished water polo career during his military service.
Air Force’s No.1 Remote Sensor Unit assisted with SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule launch to the International Space Station on May 31.