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The Defence Secretary has announced that a new campaign medal will be awarded to recognise the current operations in Iraq and Syria.
The Australian Army is broadening its investigation into alleged unlawful activities conducted by its soldiers during operations in Afghanistan.
Australia has deployed its largest naval task force since the 1980s on a nearly three-month tour of Asia to shore up support with key allies during a period of tension in the region.
Investigations into the MV-22B Osprey crash that claimed the lives of three US Marines last month are continuing as the aircraft’s wreckage finally arrived in Australia after being recovered from the seabed.
The Vietnamese Army is to deploy to South Sudan, relieving British peacekeeping forces, in the Asian nation’s first major international peacekeeping contribution.
Australia and Singapore have reaffirmed an agreement allowing the Singaporean Air Force to conduct fighter training in Western Australia.
New Zealand is moving forward with investigating proposals to host Singaporean fighter jets at its airbases, with a contingent of jets to deploy to RNZAF Ohakea for a month-long trial.
RFA Mounts Bay is flying the flag across the Caribbean as she heads into Montserrat to continue a series of training exercises and goodwill visits as part of the standing Atlantic Patrol Task (North) (APT (N)).