Key web pages and entry points for the Department of Defence
iPad - Battle online against your opponents. Create your own artillery battery and make use of special artillery rounds.
The Australian Command and Staff College (ACSC) aims to prepare selected career officers for command and staff appointments at the O5 level in single Service, joint and integrated environments. With officers from the Australian Regular and Reserve military, the Australian Public Service, and from over 20 allied and partner countries represented at ACSC, course members are exposed to a sometimes challenging diversity of perspectives and given invaluable opportunity to establish firm professional and personal relationships with the future leaders of Australian, allied and partner forces.
Index page to the Defence annual reports. Covers the Department of Defence, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and the Defence Materiel Organisation. Reports are available in PDF format.
Links to the Department's 2013-14 budget information.
Defence is looking for serving or ex-serving foreign military personnel, who can directly transfer their job and life skills to whatever Service they join. If you are not an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident, you may still be eligible for entry into the Australian Navy, Army or Air Force.
The Defence White Paper 2009 - Defending Australia in the Asia Pacific Century: Force 2030 was released on 2 May 2009. The primary outcome of the White Paper is to build a future force required for the defence of Australia and the security of the immediate region.
Department of Defence contacts page with information and contacts details for Defence organisations and topics. Includes Army, Navy and Air Force bases; events; careers; history; medals, honours and awards; locating lost friends in the services and service records.
The global operations page for the Australian Government Department of Defence. Provides information relating to global operations that Australian Defence Force personnel are currently involved in.
This page links to pages giving a brief history of the Royal Australian Air Force.
Provides information useful for industry, business and those contracting with the Department of Defence.
iPhone, iPod touch and iPad - Tying knots is a vital skill to have in the Navy. With this handy tool, learn to tie different Navy knots with 3D animated tutorials and facts.
Australians are encouraged to send goodwill messages of a general nature to Australian Defence Force soldiers, sailors, airmen and women who are on operation around the world. The Department of Defence has set up a 24-hour email and free call fax service (1800 643 938) for messages.
iPhone, iPod touch, iPad - Puts you in command of your own fleet. Defend your base and destroy your enemy! Single or multi-player options.
The Office of Air Force History is the source of authoritative information on Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) history and is the historical analysis arm of the Air Power Development Centre.
Defence Community Organisation offers a broad range of programs and services to help Defence families make the most of the challenges and opportunities provided by the military way of life.
The Personnel Portal provides access to personnel related information from across the Department of Defence - including the Navy, Army and Air Force, regardless of organisational structure.
View ship data and historical facts of former ships of the Royal Australian Navy.
iPhone, iPod touch and iPad - Burn through the skies in the new F-35 Strike Fighter. Join the campaign or try survival mode in any of the six different environments.