A new digital campaign puts artificial intelligence to the test and highlights the important role ‘humans’ play as Navy Cryptologic Linguists.
Cryptologic Linguists work in a highly classified environment, intercepting, analysing and translating foreign languages to support Australian Defence Force (ADF) operations.
Defence is seeking an industry partner to assist with recruiting, growing and reshaping the future Australian Defence Force (ADF) workforce from Financial Year 2023/24 onwards.
Each year the ADF recruits thousands of people, partnering with industry to source the best available Australian talent to join its workforce of more than 86,000 people.
The range of opportunities on offer is diverse and the work undertaken to find the right people at the right time is large in scale, collaborative in nature and multifaceted.
The Australian public will soon be able to access a trove of significant Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) documents, many of which have been locked away for one hundred years.
The public will gain online access to approximately 191 bound volumes of documents – including the signatures of first Chiefs of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sir Richard Williams and Air Marshal Stanley Goble.
Australia, Japan and the US are currently conducting a trilateral passage in the Philippine Sea on the way to participate in Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) in Hawaii.
An Australian Defence Force (ADF) Joint Task Group has joined the USS Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group, which includes the United States Navy’s guided-missile cruiser USS Antietam and guided-missile destroyer USS Mustin and the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force’s Akizuki-class destroyer JS Teruzuki.
Defence can confirm 12 ADF personnel are in medical isolation at RAAF Base Wagga after attending a hotel in south-western Sydney linked to a number of cases of COVID-19.
The members visited the establishment on Thursday, 9 July 2020, the day before they were to deploy on tasks related to Operation COVID-19 Assist.
The 12 members were tested for COVID-19 and on the afternoon of Monday, 13 July 2020, Defence was advised that the 12 results were negative.
A United States Marine has returned a positive result for COVID-19 at an initial screening on arrival in Darwin.
The individual was part of the third group of Marines who arrived on Wednesday, 8th July, to take part in this year’s Marine Rotational Force-Darwin (MRF-D) visit.
In line with established processes and the agreed plans for MRF-D, the Marine will be taken to the Royal Darwin Hospital by Northern Territory Health patient transport for assessment.