No. 32 Squadron celebrated the 32nd birthday of its re-formation on July 1 by honouring its last remaining World War II veteran.
The meritorious duty of Squadron Leader Scott van Ginkel has shaped the advancement of a modern and dynamic Pilot Training System, creating a new approach for the preparation of ADF pilots.
Flying Officer Ayah Khalid has lived in three countries, but has found her home in Air Force.
Air Force’s Number 32 Squadron and Air Mission Training School (AMTS) at RAAF Base East Sale have taken delivery of a new airborne mission system set to revolutionise the way navigators are trained.
Squadron Leader Nikki Olsen was attracted to a military aviation career from an early age.
Operation Bursa was only really known by those engaged in it at the time – the secretive counter-terrorist operation raised to recapture any of the strategically important oil rigs in Bass Strait if taken by terrorists.
The Fleet Air Arm Wessex and Sea King helicopters of HC (Helicopter Composite) 723 Squadron, HU (Helicopter Utility) 816 Squadron, and HS (Helicopter Anti-Submarine) 817 Squadron, and their aircrew, maintainers and support staff were involved in providing the capability for inserting the airborne component of the Special Air Service Regiment/Clearance Diving Team Tactical Action Group from August 1980 to December 1989.
Flying proudly at the front gate of RAAF Base East Sale is a PC-9/A propeller painted by Gunaikurnai artist Alfie Hudson.
During Army National Service training, Ron Biddell watched the Air Force Mustangs and Canberras fly over, but never imagined he would be in the cockpit.
COVID-19 isn’t what the world expected and it requires improvisation and adaptation. It also places emphasis on physical and mental strength.
The Air Force has high expectations of its newest officers, who started their training during Australia’s unprecedented bushfire season and graduated during a global pandemic.