Built on the proud history and traditions of the Australian Flying Corps and the Royal Australian Air Force, we will fight and win by generating integrated kinetic and non-kinetic air and space effects across the sea, land, air, space and cyber operating domains.
Air Force provides immediate and responsive military options across the spectrum of operations as part of a Whole of Government joint or coalition response.
We exploit the air power characteristics of persistent and precision effect, flexibility, perspective, reach, penetration, versatility and responsiveness.
We are leaders in: command and control of air and space operations; intelligence, surveillance and response; and targeting.
We are the leaders for strategic, operational, tactical, technical and logistic management of Australia's military aviation capability.
Hayabusa2 return mission media accreditation
13 November 2020
Applications for media accreditation are now open for the Hayabusa2 return mission in Woomera, South Australia, over the period 4-6 December 2020.
A formation of up to six Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18A/B Hornets, enroute to RAAF Base Tindal will conduct a low-level flypast approximately 1-2 nautical miles off the Darwin coastline from Channel Island, around to East Point then Lee
Up to two RAAF F-35A Lightning II aircraft will conduct a flypast as part of the ceremony marking the Change of Command of Joint Capabilities Group from Air Marshal Warren McDonald, AO, CSC, to Vice Admiral Johnathan Mead, AO.