While many in Air Force are now working from home, they have the opportunity to stay fit and connected through virtual means.
Exercise Teak Action has strengthened the ties between Air Force’s No. 37 Squadron and its United States Air Force (USAF) counterparts.
As the Tokyo Olympics approaches, members of the Australian women’s rowing team have shared their fitness practices and experiences with Air Force’s No. 37 Squadron.
A visit to RAAF Base Richmond has allowed aerospace composites manufacturer Quickstep to see firsthand how it keeps the C-130J Hercules airborne.
The 80th anniversary of the Battle of Crete was commemorated in a unique way at RAAF Base Richmond on June 5.
Australian loadmasters have distinguished themselves during exchange postings with the United States Army’s C-27J Spartans.
Air Lift Systems Program Office (ALSPO) has taken a fresh approach to showcasing the C-27J Spartan’s capability across Defence and industry.
The return of the Hawkesbury Show allowed RAAF Base Richmond personnel to connect with the public in Air Force’s centenary year, and drones were a feature of the display.
Air Force has delivered five Victorian State Emergency Service vehicles to Western Australia, continuing the support of recovery efforts following Tropical Cyclone Seroja.