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Exercise KAKADU has come to a close in the north of Australia with 19 ships and submarines showing Navy can rapidly deploy a large number of major fleet units and lead a multinational maritime force.
Navy has a constant presence in the seas around Australia and Exercise KAKADU provided an
The dangers posed by explosive remnants of war in the Solomon Islands will again be tackled with the commencement of Operation Render Safe 16 over the weekend.
The annual ADF-led Operation Render Safe deployment is Australia’s enduring commitment to the removal of unexploded and
The Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer, hosted 14 of his counterparts or their representatives in Darwin for the inaugural Regional Commanders’ Conference to discuss maritime security and interoperability in the Asia-Pacific.
The high level discussions between navies
Australia’s largest international maritime exercise, Exercise KAKADU 2016, was officially launched in Darwin yesterday by the Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer.
Exercise KAKADU will see nations from around the Asia-Pacific region enhance
The Chief of Army, Lieutenant General Angus Campbell, DSC, AM, officially opened the 2016 Chief of Army’s exercise in Adelaide yesterday .
Senior leaders from the Australian Army, Australian Defence Force and Australian government organisations will be joined by international
The operational capability of the Royal Australian Air Force’s KC-30A Multi Role Tanker Transport aircraft fleet has taken another important step forward with the first operational refuelling of fighter aircraft with the tanker’s advanced Aerial Refuelling Boom System
The boom was
Soldiers from five Australian Army light horse units commemorated the centenary of the Allies’ first large-scale land victory of World War One in a ceremony on Anzac Parade in Canberra today.
Fought near the Egyptian town of Romani on the Sinai Peninsula from 3 to 5 August 1916, the