Joint Capabilities Group

Joint Capabilities Group supports the military Services by providing a wide range of enabling capabilities, including logistics support and services, health services, professional military education and training and military legal services.

The Group is also responsible for progressing leading edge capabilities, such as cyber, data link and satellite communications, and managing agreed joint projects and their sustainment.

Divisions and commands

Joint Logistics Command

The Joint Logistics Command mission is to lead the coordinated delivery of effective and efficient logistics to enable Defence to train, fight and win. Commander Joint Logistics commands the Australian Defence Force (ADF) logistics information systems, the logistics network of warehouses, maintenance, distribution facilities, and is the Head of the fuel supply chain.

Joint Health Command

Joint Health Command provides health care to ADF members and ensures the health preparedness of ADF personnel for operations, and, deployable elements of the Command for deployment in support of operations.

Australian Defence College

The Australian Defence College was established to meet the strategic needs of the ADF for joint professional military education and individual joint warfare training.

Information Warfare Division

Lead by Head Information Warfare, The Information Warfare Division consists of three key branches that deliver cyber capability for the war-fighter – Joint Command, Control, Communications & Computers Branch, Joint Information Warfare Branch and Joint Integrated Capabilities Branch.

Joint Support Services Division

Joint Support Services Division manages strategic policy as it relates to ADF Reserves and Cadets, manages ADF participation in conventional and adaptive sports, both domestically and internationally, and manages Defence’s responsibilities in the Australian National Action Plan for Women, Peace and Security.

Australian Civil-Military Centre

Australian Civil-Military Centre engages with, and supports, government departments and agencies, non-government organisations and international partners, including the United Nations, on civil-military issues to achieve focused outcomes for the region and globally.