26 Oct '15, 8pm

Interested in mechanical engineering? You don't have to stick to cars in the @AustralianArmy: h…

Australian Defence Force Academy, Graduate The Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) Corps is a technical corps tasked with the maintenance of the Army's modern hardware and equipment. The Corps has about 400 officers and 3350 other ranks. RAEME is the second largest Corps in the Army and it maintains the greatest variety of equipment of any organisation in Australia. Because of the demands of Army operations, the Corps operates both mobile workshops on the battlefield and static workshops in the support area. The Corps provides the repair and recovery service for all equipment operated by the Army, including aircraft and watercraft. RAEME soldiers repair and maintain equipment as diverse as tanks, trucks and armoured personnel carriers, helicopters, radios, radars and computers, artillery guns and missile systems. Qualified engineers, in a variety o...

Full article: http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/army/jobs/MechanicalEngineer/

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