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Leading Indigenous construction company Tiwi Partners has been contracted to deliver a $7 million explosive ordnance storage facility at RAAF Base Darwin, setting the Northern Territory up for a major job boost.

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Exercise Red Flag Alaska 21-3, which took part between 12 and 27 August, was designed to support the integration of the RAAF and USAF in a large force employment activity.

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Departing from Perth on 19 August, the C-17A travelled 11,000 kilometres on a 15-hour round trip, carrying vital equipment, fresh food, medical supplies, and mail and gifts from loved ones to the 18 scientists, researchers and staff at Mawson Station.

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The Royal Australian Air Force’s No. 35 Squadron has begun a sister squadron arrangement with the Papua New Guinea Defence Force’s Air Training Wing.

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The remains of a RAAF No. 11 Squadron Catalina A24-50 that went missing in Indonesia during WWII has now been recovered and returned to Australia for the memorial service.

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Sir Richard is considered to be the “Father of the RAAF”, due to his role in advocating for the establishment of an Australian Air Force, run separately to Army and Navy, following WWI.

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