The Chief of Army's strategic documents, including Army’s Contribution to Defence Strategy, Aide for Army’s Teams, Accelerated Warfare, Army in Motion, National Institution Statement and Good Soldiering.
Army’s Industry Statement describes how Army will work with industry to identify and invest in new Australian industry-led technologies, develop faster acquisition models, secure our supply chains, and deliver land power. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Army Reservists serve in a fully-trained military capacity if and when Australia needs them.
The Australian Army's involvement on Operations and major Exercises here and internationally.
Unrecovered War Casualties-Army (UWC-A) is the Australian Army’s unit responsible for finding, recovering and identifying Australian servicemen and women who remain unaccounted for (missing or presumed deceased) from all past conflicts. Click on the below links to find out more about our work and how you can be involved.
The Australian Army Research Centre conducts and facilitates research on the employment and modernisation of the Australian Army, connecting and partnering with other militaries, industry, academia and Government. The centre publishes the Australian Army Journal, the Land Power Forum blog, and the Australian Army Occasional Paper series, as well as running a regular seminar series.
For many years the Australian Army has worked in close partnership with various Armed Services, governments and organisations in Australia and overseas.
An overview of the Australian Army's Artillery, Aviation, Small Arms, Support Weapons, Surveillance, Vehicles and Uniforms