Australian Defence Force (ADF)
The Australian Army's mission statement is to provide a potent, versatile and modern Army to promote the security of Australia and to protect its people and interests.
The Defence Jobs website provides detailed information on all Navy, Army and Air Force careers. You can search for jobs and then complete your entire job application online.
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 Reserves Support provides a link between the Australian Defence Force (ADF), employers and the community from which Reservists are drawn.This site provides information for both reservists and their employers. It includes information about the Reserves and recruiting information for those wishing to join.
The Defence Signals Directorate is Australia's national authority for signals intelligence and information security.
The website of the Royal Australian Navy's Hydrographic Meteorological and Oceanographic Group, which provides maritime geospatial information and services to meet Defence requirements and national obligations. METOC consists of four sections: Operational METOC Centre; Nowra Weather and Oceanography Centre; Ocean Data Services; and METOC Geospatial Services.
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.
The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) provides air and space power for Australia's security. It is the youngest of the three armed Services in the Australian Defence Force (ADF) but the second-oldest air force in the world.
The Royal Australian Air Force multimedia site includes video clips, video downloads, podcasts, games, images, childrens resources, interactives and kids media.
The Navy's role is to promote and protect Australia's interests at sea using a mix of ships, submarines and aircraft manned by highly trained and skilled personnel and equipped with appropriate sensors and weapons systems.