Air Force personnel were recently invited to watch a demonstration and meet the furry members of the Australian Search and Rescue K9 (ASAR-K9) unit.
Once placed on a demolitions list, the Chapel of the Holy Trinity at Point Cook has reopened after a full restoration.
Defence was proud to support the Warbirds over Scone Air Show from March 26 to 27 in the Upper Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, which aligned with the opening of the new Hunter Warbirds Aviation Centre at Scone Airport.
The Air Force Proficiency and Leadership Awards were held at RAAF Base Point Cook, the birthplace of the Australian Flying Corps and the Royal Australian Air Force, on March 29.
The Royal Australian Air Force Centenary program has concluded with a commemorative dedication of a new memorial at RAAF Base Point Cook, Victoria, accompanied by a spectacular aerial display from the Roulettes.
The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), Aviation Operations Wing, recently took delivery of four new Diamond DA40 NG aircraft, bringing the total fleet to 12.
Air Force logisticians, past and present, were honoured with a plaque at the Air Force Memorial in the Chief of Air Force Memorial Gardens, RAAF Base Point Cook, late last year.
Capturing the realities of war took a leap forward with the invention of photography in the 1800s.
The Air Force Officer Training School (OTS) commemorated Air Force’s centenary by holding a graduation parade on December 2 at RAAF Base Point Cook, where the RAAF began.
Australian Army soldiers from the historic Williamstown-based 2nd Commando Company, 1st Commando Regiment, made a spectacular return to parachute training in Victoria by jumping into fields near Avalon Airport.