To be part of the Australian Army is to be part of protecting our country, its national interests and its citizens, as well as helping other nations to recover from conflict or natural disaster. We invite you to meet some of our exceptional people.
More than 2000 Australian Defence Force members are deployed on operations, continuing the Anzac spirit at home and in many countries around the world. Australian Army soldiers share how they will be commemorating Anzac day in Afghanistan.
Working in Army Aviation provides opportunities to work with the most advanced helicopters in the country. Meet some of the people that work in this field.
Army's business, administration and education personnel are responsible for keeping things running behind the scenes.
Using an impressive array of sophisticated hardware and firepower, Army's combat and security personnel are at the frontline of Australia's defence.
Personnel who work in this area are at the forefront of maintaining communication systems and developing robust IT infrastructure that are essential for Army to operate efficiently and effectively.
Engineering is the backbone of the Army. It provides the practical framework and lays the logistical foundations that keep this large organisation functioning. Meet some of our engineers.
Nurses, Dentists, Doctors, Environmental Health Officers and Chaplains play a vital role in the ongoing health and welfare of the Army.
Our soldiers, officers and support staff need to be housed, fed, resupplied and relocated. Logistics, Hospitality and Support are vital functions for the ongoing operation of Army.
Women play a vital role in the Australian Army. Here we recognise just some of the women around our Army and we invite you to read about them.