It was watching videos of military flying that first piqued the interest of a young Lieutenant Jaime Spragge, who went on to qualify as a CH-47F Chinook helicopter pilot and earlier this year reached 500 flying hours.
More than 130 Ipswich Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families had the experience of a lifetime: a flight in a military aircraft from RAAF Base Amberley.
Leading Aircraftwoman Alexandra Saint-John provided essential electrical servicing for fighter jets during Exercise Red Flag Alaska 21-3, which was her first overseas deployment.
The No. 23 Squadron air movements team at RAAF Base Amberley has supported the deployment of an ADF construction team to Fiji to help rebuilding efforts following Cyclone Yasa late last year.
A former National Servicemen took a trip down memory lane when he recently visited the Air Force base he was posted to 70 years ago.
On September 7, more than 100 serving women from RAAF Base Amberley gathered at the Astra Complex at an event marking National Women’s Health Week.
Firefighters from No. 23 Squadron based at RAAF Base Amberley have demonstrated their ability to extinguish a fire using fluorine-free foam (F3) in a landmark training activity.
While Flying Officer Maddison Brassil has been acknowledged for her work at the Air Combat Electronic Attack System Program Office, it’s her participation in the Amberley Engineering Mentor Program that she is most proud of.
There were a number of firsts for Air Force during Exercise Talisman Sabre 2021, from the transfer of fuel from a United States Air Force aircraft to the deployment of mobile aircraft arrestors.
Walking to work at an Air Force Base while staring down the resident kangaroos was a new experience for New Zealand Air Force (NZAF) Logistics Specialists Corporal Shaun Jones and Leading Aircraftman Joshua Harris.