In the Army you'll be handling some of the world's most advanced weaponry and equipment, supported by formidable armoured vehicles, high-tech aircraft and sophisticated ICT systems.
Maintaining peak military capability
From weapon systems to advanced body armour, the Army is constantly evolving to extend and strengthen our capabilities. Across Infantry, Artillery, Armoured and Aviation Corps, we maintain strategic superiority through the use of state-of-the-art weapons, which include our assault rifles, machine guns, anti-tank weapons, missile systems, heavy artillery, helicopters, tanks and other armoured vehicles.
Providing critical communications and intelligence
Modern Army command and control systems demand reliable, high speed transfer of large volumes of data. Optimum communications are maintained using a mix of radio, fibre optic, microwave and satellite links, keeping the Army informed and in touch 24/7, anywhere in the world.
Operating at the forefront of technological innovation using cutting edge Electronic Warfare equipment, we gain the decisive advantage during conflicts through influence over and control of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Javelin anti-tank weapon
The Javelin is able to engage and destroy enemy armour at ranges beyond that achievable with previous shoulder-fired anti-armour systems.
This new equipment has a much higher level of digital connectivity allowing more rapid, safe and accurate application across the battlespace.
M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank
One of the world's fastest, most manoeuvrable, heavily armoured and powerful tanks, with a 120mm smoothbore cannon and a 4000m effective range.
The Australian Light Armoured Vehicle is a high performance eight-wheel combat vehicle ideally suited to harsh terrain and long distances.
G-Wagon lightweight off-road vehicle
Versatile all-terrain vehicle can be configured in various ways including ambulance, command post, reconnaissance and general transport.
Versatile and resilient tandem rotor medium-lift helicopter, used for troop movement, artillery emplacement and battlefield re-supply.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
The Shadow 200 carries high resolution cameras and sensor systems, to provide ground troops with real-time intelligence about enemy activity.