Soldiers of the 1st Brigade are used to adapting to new environments.
For Major Mark Vele, the opportunity to lead a contingent in his native Papua New Guinea just made sense.
Twenty-four ADF medical teams have assisted at aged-care facilities in the first weeks of ADF support to the aged-care sector, with the number expected to increase over the coming weeks.
Solomon Islands Government officials recently visited Australia’s support team in Honiara to better understand how the Australian Government was assisting the island nation’s COVID-19 response.
Australian Defence Force and Papua New Guinea Defence Force personnel are working closely together to assist Papua New Guinea with its COVID-19 response.
Australian Defence Force personnel across Australia are gearing up to further support the aged-care sector, following a request from Emergency Management Australia.
Lieutenant Sebastian Jingle has become the first known Indigenous Australian from the western Cape York region to commission as an Australian Army Reserve officer.
Sappers from the 2nd Combat Engineer Regiment (2CER) have excelled at core soldering skills, with the unit’s annual soldier competition.
Days before an exercise to test their search-and-rescue skills, soldiers from the 31st/42nd Battalion, Royal Queensland Regiment (31/42RQR), found themselves on an urgent community-aid task, assisting police and SES to search for a missing Queensland man near Mackay.
A Newcastle Army health officer has been nationally recognised for creating an online COVID-19 health training package for the ADF.