Air Force personnel from Surveillance and Response Group units based at RAAF Base Edinburgh have been rolling up their sleeves to take part in the 2021 Defence Blood Challenge.
Turning up to work for his first day at the Gold Coast Highway police control point, Flying Officer Brett Smith was not expecting to see a brother in blue he hadn’t seen for more than 10 years.
An Air Force P-8A Poseidon aircraft from No. 92 Wing at RAAF Base Edinburgh in August marked a significant capability milestone, with the first refuelling using the base’s in-ground system.
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.
Those who served during World War II at RAAF Base Mallala during World War II – and the community that supported them – have been acknowledged at a commemoration service.
RAAF Base Edinburgh personnel came together with the Mallala community on September 7 to acknowledge the South Australian town that supported one of the largest air bases in the region during the war, where 39 aviators lost their lives while in training at the base.
Despite limitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, RAAF Base Edinburgh was still able to raise much-needed funds for Legacy this year.
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.
An Air Force scientist at the cutting edge of aviation medicine is helping unlock human exploration in space and understanding of the universe.
Personnel from No. 10 Squadron operating the AP-3C Orion (EW) based at RAAF Base Edinburgh in South Australia have maintained a culture of excellence with a number of significant achievements acknowledged in Air Force’s centenary year.