Our values-based behaviours drive everything we do.
Caring for our people is a command priority.
Should one of our people become wounded, injured or ill, we support them in rebuilding their lives to retention or transition, with dignity and honour.
We harness the full talent and potential of our single, integrated team of full-time, part-time and civilian members by embracing our cultural, social and workforce diversity.
We strive to offer the best conditions to support and retain our people in a competitive environment.
Through high quality training and education, our people develop world-class skills and knowledge to support Army’s mission.
26 October 2018PDSA Dickin Medal Citation: Kuga, Special Operations Military Working Dog 7 September 2018Chief of Army meets with Japanese and US Military Commanders in Adelaide 6 September 2018Army at Land Forces 2018 comes to a close 4 September 2018Australian Army on display at Land Forces 2018 8 May 2018Adelaide to host Chief of Army Land Forces Seminar - 2018