Today the Australian Army marked the final phase of Plan BEERSHEBA at the Freedom of Entry Parade for 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment, 7th Brigade in Brisbane.
How do Armies learn while in contact with the enemy? CA's History Conference will explore this theme from lessons learnt from the Boer War through Afghanistan.
Supporting our Soldiers in the Fight Against Domestic Violence.
Exercise TALISMAN SABRE 2017 (TS17) is a biennial combined Australian and United States (US) trai
As part of Plan Beersheba, Army Reserve Brigades form habitual relationships with Combat Brigades forming bespoke Battle Groups.
THE new ADF Headquarters structure will be fully implemented on July 1 as an important outcome of the First Principles Review.
With the workforce re-alignment as part of Plan Beersheba, infantry units will receive PMVs and A
A group of soldiers got more than they expected when they deployed to Rifle Company Butterworth (RCB) this year.
Soldiers from 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment and Socomd tested the Mk 47 light-weight automatic grenade launcher (LWAGL), which also featured a light-weight video sight 2 (LVS-2).
The Australian and New Zealand mission to support the Iraqi Army as it trains to defeat the Daesh terrorist group reached a peak in September.
Exercise Pandaroo 2016 was designed to build teamwork, friendship and trust between Australian and Chinese soldiers through a series of activities in difficult environments requiring close teamwork.
That’s a grand total of 250,000 boxes containing little pieces of Australia that have been gratefully received by deployed soldiers, sailors and airmen and women.
Themed ‘manned and unmanned teaming for the soldier’, 20 companies representing domestic and international manufacturers demonstrated 24 innovative products to Army capability specialists and decision makers.
At the request of the South Australian government, the ADF provided about 200 personnel, including troops from 7RAR, 8CHC, 1CSSB, 9CSSB, 1 Armd Regt and many others to help with flood relief.