The Corps of Staff Cadets prepares cadets and other selected candidates for a career in the Army by promoting leadership and integrity, by inspiring high ideals in the pursuit of excellence, and by inculcating a sense of duty, loyalty and service to the nation.
The role of the Royal Australian Armoured Corps is to locate, identify, destroy or capture the enemy, by day or night, in combination with other arms, using fire and manoeuvre.
The role of the Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery is to maximise the combat power of the Australian Defence Forces through the provision of offensive support coordination and indirect firepower, surveillance and target acquisition and ground-based air defence.
The Royal Australian Engineers enable the Joint Force to live, move, fight and win the Nation’s wars. It provides engineering effects to the Combined Arms Teams and specialist engineering support enabling manoeuvre and survivability.
The role of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals is, as part of the combined-arms team, to assist in the creation of a decisive information advantage through the use and manipulation of the electro-magnetic spectrum and the provision of tailored, robust and secure information infrastructure.
The role of Royal Australian Infantry Corps is to seek out and close with the enemy, to kill or capture him, to seize and hold ground, and to repel attack by day or night, regardless of season, weather or terrain.
The Australian Army Aviation Corps is a key element in providing the Army with its mobility and dedicated reconnaissance.
The Australian Intelligence Corps provides dedicated intelligence assessment and support to Army and Joint commanders; executes command of specialist intelligence and all-source teams to produce intelligence and counter intelligence; delivers psychological operations effects; and provides intelligence skills training to Army, Joint, Interagency partners and foreign nations to enable decision superiority, narrative development and capacity building.
The role of the Royal Australian Corps of Transport is to control and operate Army owned surface transport, other than unit transport, and to provide movement control, terminal, postal and Army aspects of air logistics support.
The role of the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps is to contribute to the Army’s operational capability through the conservation of manpower by promoting health and well-being, through the prevention of disease and injury, and through the care, treatment and evacuation of sick and wounded.
The role of the Royal Australian Army Dental Corps is to provide the Army with a fit and healthy force through the assessment of dental fitness, and the prevention and treatment of dental illness and injury.
The Royal Australian Army Ordnance Corps is one of the largest Corps within Army, with over six specialist career pathways responsible for a wide range of logistics tasks supporting the Army, Navy and Air Force.
The role of the Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers is to ensure maximum operational availability of equipment to enable the commander to win the land battle.
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.
The Australian Army Public Relations Service provides support to Army and Australian Defence Force operations, exercises and activities, both domestically and overseas.
The role of the Australian Army Catering Corps is to provide specialist catering support to the Australian Army.
The role of the Royal Australian Army Pay Corps is to provide the finance and pay services essential for the day-to-day management of the Army and its soldiers.
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 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 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 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 Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps provides health care and medical assistance to Australian Army personnel in a military health facility.
The Royal Australian Army Chaplains Department is comprised of Australian Army officers who provide SME advice to Command and administer spiritual or religious support and pastoral care to members of the Army and their families.