Daughter driven by mother's example
Ask Trooper Aimee Doolan why she wanted to join the Army, and her answer is simple: it was the example set by her mother, Julie.
Springwood local on the march
For twenty-one-year-old Springwood local, Australian Army Officer Cadet James Boidin, the experience of living through the 2013 Blue Mountains bushfires inspired his decision to join the Australian Army.
Wanneroo local on the march
Twenty-two-year-old Wanneroo local, Australian Army Officer Cadet Innes Lumsden, has had a busy end to a busy year.
Soldiers come to the rescue
Soldiers helped local authorities rescue 12 survivors from a sinking boat off the Vanuatuan island of Ambae on November 22.
Lifestyle change a hard adjustment for cadet
Switching from a rural lifestyle to the Australian Defence Force Academy hasn’t been easy for Officer Cadet James Butler.
High marks a snapshot of ADFA life
Twenty-year-old Larrakeyah local, Australian Army Officer Cadet Ishaq Ali, has packed a lot into his three years at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA).
Charity challenge supports Sally Man
Army Headquarters personnel raised money for the Sally Man in this year's 24-hour AHQ Charity Challenge.
Lieutenants step up to foster Fijian ties
In a first, two Australian lieutenants have completed the Republic of Fiji Military Forces infantry captains’ course in a sign of the deepening relationship between the two countries.
Chief of Army congratulates 137th graduating class at Duntroon
Today, around 200 Staff Cadets, including 15 international cadets, graduated as Army officers during a parade at the Royal Military College – Duntroon.
Captain's book to raise funds for African schools
A book written by Army’s Captain Stephanie Palfrey-Sneddon is being sold to raise money to support the education of 900 children in South Sudan.