• The F-111 was affectionately known as the Pig.
    The F-111 was affectionately known as the Pig.
  • The Boeing 707 saw many deployments during a long career.
    The Boeing 707 saw many deployments during a long career.
  • The DHC-4A Caribou was an RAAF workhorse.
    The DHC-4A Caribou was an RAAF workhorse.
  • The HS748 served as a navigation trainer and VIP aircraft.
    The HS748 served as a navigation trainer and VIP aircraft.
  • The CAC Wirraway is where it all began for local industry.
    The CAC Wirraway is where it all began for local industry.
  • This Supermarine Spitfire Mk VIII is a part of the Temora Historic Flight collection.
    This Supermarine Spitfire Mk VIII is a part of the Temora Historic Flight collection.
  • A DH-82A Tiger Moth is also part of the Temora collection.
    A DH-82A Tiger Moth is also part of the Temora collection.
  • UH-1 Iroquois (Hueys) had their distinctive rotor thump, a movie favourite.
    UH-1 Iroquois (Hueys) had their distinctive rotor thump, a movie favourite.
  • The Roulettes have always been a crowd pleaser.
    The Roulettes have always been a crowd pleaser.
  • The Hornet family has seen significant RAAF service.
    The Hornet family has seen significant RAAF service.
  • A Temora Museum Heritage Aircraft, Supermarine Spitfire Mk VIII, arrives at the airfield in preparation for the Tyabb Airshow 2020.
    A Temora Museum Heritage Aircraft, Supermarine Spitfire Mk VIII, arrives at the airfield in preparation for the Tyabb Airshow 2020.
  • This Lockheed Hudson is a part of the Temora Historic Flight.
    This Lockheed Hudson is a part of the Temora Historic Flight.
  • A Mustang aircraft taxis out for its aerial display during the Edinburgh Air Show.
    A Mustang aircraft taxis out for its aerial display during the Edinburgh Air Show.
  • The Macchi was also used in the advanced trainer role by 2 FTS at Pearce WA.
    The Macchi was also used in the advanced trainer role by 2 FTS at Pearce WA.
  • A Fairey Battle.
    A Fairey Battle.
  • A Boeing 707 during its last Pitch Black exercise.
    A Boeing 707 during its last Pitch Black exercise.
  • An RAAF Museum Heritage Flight Mustang.
    An RAAF Museum Heritage Flight Mustang.
  • Low and slow; Caribous served for 45 years.
    Low and slow; Caribous served for 45 years.
  • The Mirage III was the RAAF's first truly supersonic fighter.
    The Mirage III was the RAAF's first truly supersonic fighter.
  • The RAAF Flying Museum has a number of historic aircraft still in the air.
    The RAAF Flying Museum has a number of historic aircraft still in the air.
  • An F-111 performs its iconic dump and burn, an airshow favourite.
    An F-111 performs its iconic dump and burn, an airshow favourite.
  • A Canberra bomber operated by Temora Historic Flight on behalf of  100 Squadron RAAF.
    A Canberra bomber operated by Temora Historic Flight on behalf of 100 Squadron RAAF.
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Today the Royal Australian Air Force celebrates its 100-year anniversary. From humble beginnings to the fifth-generation force of today, the RAAF has gone through revolutions and evolutions in its people and technology.

F111 in a classic dump and burn, an airshow favourite.
An F-111 performs a dump and burn, an airshow favourite.

On the centenary, the Royal Australian Air Force is embracing a period of unprecedented change. We are close to completing the most significant update to our platforms since WWII. In doing so, we are transitioning from a bespoke force of standalone capabilities to a networked force capable of delivering air and space power effects for the integrated force. At the same time, the global rules- based order is under pressure, and we find ourselves in an increasingly competitive and less predictable geopolitical environment.

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