No. 33 Squadron air mobility officer Flying Officer William Delchau said Exercise Talisman Sabre was an invaluable opportunity to consolidate his mission aircrew training.
Providing air-to-air refuelling services to some of the world’s most advanced combat fighter jets is just another day in the office for Air Force pilots Flight Lieutenant Kristen Crick and Flying Officer Danny Kitcher.
While deployed overseas last year, mum-of-three Leading Aircraftwoman Svitlana Pogrebnyak made early morning phone calls to manage being away from her family.
The morning sunlight streamed through the cabin windows. The whir of the turbofan engines was almost hypnotic.
In a first for the RAAF, a KC-30A tanker was refuelled in the air by a foreign air force when the Republic of Singapore Air Force took part in what was dubbed Boom Camp in the Northern Territory.
Aircraft at RAAF Base Amberley have been named in a tradition that dates back to World War II.
More than 42 years of Air Force service has allowed Warrant Officer Stuart Matthews to tick over nearly seven million kilometres in the air.
Rescuing people in need has been a recurring theme of Warrant Officer Randolph Jachimowicz’s career in the Air Force.
The introduction of advanced non-destructive testing technology via a collaboration between Northrop Grumman, No. 33 Squadron and the Defence Aviation Safety Authority promises to reap significant benefits for KC-30A multi-role tanker transport refuelling hose maintenance.
Eagle-eyed residents have spotted high-flying Air Force training missions over Taree on the NSW mid-north coast.