The Australian Army Band Corps is the corps that qualified musicians of the Australian Army belong to. The role of a musician is to provide musical support, promote the public image and the operational effectiveness of the Australian Army.
The Australian Army Psychology Corps provides support to Army on operations and in garrison, in the areas of specialist selection assessment, individual psychological assessment and counselling, advice to commanders on mental health issues, specialist training support, critical incident mental health support, psychology research and operational mental health screening.
The Royal Australian Corps of Military Police is to provide an essential element of command and control through law enforcement, military discipline, civilian law, mobility and manoeuvre support, security and the operation of internment and detention centres.
The role of the Australian Army Legal Corps is to provide legal advice, services and support to the command and management of Defence on all aspects of law and the management of legal affairs and legal advice to members of the Australian Defence Force.
The role of the Royal Australian Army Educational Corps is to support the Army by shaping Army's education and training with frameworks and expertise that continually develops soldiers in their current and future roles.