Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a long tradition of fighting for Country, and continue to serve with honour among our military forces.
Places of Pride: the National Register of War Memorials has passed the significant milestone of 10,000 memorials being listed, just two years after it was
Lancaster Bomber joins the Memorial's "On Closer Inspection" 360-degree experience
For Country, For Nation explores Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders' stories of military service, and includes the artworks of 32 artists.
His rank was ordinary seaman, but there was nothing ordinary about Edward “Teddy” Sheean.
Many members and veterans of the Australian Defence Forces have tattoos, and while their reasons for getting tattooed are as varied as the people themselves
Henry Moulds has been fascinated by memorials since he was a child.
Local war memorials often give a glimpse of the past through the names inscribed on their surface.
Remembrance Day at the Australian War Memorial in 1993 was a particularly significant occasion; that year an unknown Australian soldier was entombed in the