Morrison Government boosts investment in Army's autonomous vehicle fleet
The Morrison Government is increasing Army’s experimentation, prototyping and exploration of autonomous vehicle and emerging technologies with a $12.2 million boost in Australian industry contracts.
Shadow casts over the Torres Strait
The 20th Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, deployed its shadow tactical unmanned aerial system on a domestic operation.
Jungle trial for new infantry officers
For the first time in a generation, infantry lieutenants have completed jungle operations as a part of their course package.
Eyes in the sky
Twelve members of the 1st Combat Signal Regiment have earned their drone wings after undertaking a three-day course.
Ready, set, live fire!
Four M77A2 howitzers fired a barrage of rounds in the first live fire activity for 8th /12th Regiment in the 2020 training year.
Critical career change for reservist
A Victorian Army Reservist has opted for a career change, which aligns with his civilian job.
Knighted in Cambodia
After more than 25 years of volunteer work to improve mental health in Cambodia, Captain Milê Glamcevski received a knighthood.
The appointment of Army's 2020 Jonathan Church Good Soldiering Ambassador and Award winners
The Trooper Church story describes a soldier who personifies Good Soldiering. Trooper Church's actions in Rwanda in 1995 remain a compelling example of exemplary character and service to which all soldiers and junior leaders…
Realistic training gives urban edge
The latest Regimental Officer Basic Course at the School of Infantry has used cutting-edge, non-lethal ammunition to enhance training.
Fun run in the Middle East
Running in the first foots steps of Australia’s first peoples was more than 150 Australian Defence Force and Coalition personnel during the "Deadly Fun Run" at Australia’s main operations base in the Middle East.