Media Releases

Media Releases

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Passionate about contributing to the cause

Army Medic Lance Corporal Nathaneal Bull is keen to be involved in Operation COVID-19 Assist.

Cycling for cancer

Some of Darwin’s fittest soldiers will push their legs to the limit as they cycle 1,200 km to help Australians affected by cancer.

Keeping the unit connected

Soldiers deployed with Joint Task Unit Tiger are assisting NT Police and emergency services with a range of personnel and logistics support throughout the NT.

Battalion steps up again

Only a few months after returning from Operation Bushfire Assist, 8th/9th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, has deployed once again in response to support authorities with the recent COVID-19 outbreak in Victoria.

Resilience training for battalion

Lieutenants and sergeants were put to the test on a series of resilience activities on Gallipoli Barracks.

Analyst relishes first deployment

Private Cooper Leopold is embedded with the US Air Force on Operation Accordion in the Middle East.

Jungle training veteran returns to Tully

Jungle Training Wing at Tully received a visit from its legendary founder, Brigadier George Mansford.

Driving into the future

Soldiers are learning how to safely operate protected mobility vehicles in an artificial environment. 

Showing support for Pacific neighbours

Army reservists are drawing on their combined civilian and military experience as embeds in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to support the whole-of-government response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Pacific region.…

Giving back to the community

Soldiers on Operation COVID-19 Assist have helped restore a church in Windorah, Queensland.