All military operations and activities conducted overseas in support of Australia’s national interests carry the implicit risk that a member of the Australian Navy, Army or Air Force may be captured, detained, interrogated and exploited by an adversary, threat group, foreign military or foreign government. Conduct After Capture (CAC) training, previously known as Resistance to Interrogation (RTI) training, is a Defence activity which prepares ADF personnel to understand the rigors of captivity and exploitation while surviving the capture situation with dignity.
This portal provides information relating to support services that are available to past participants of the Resistance to Interrogation and/or Conduct After Capture Training and also allows for the request of records pertaining to their participation.
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Service records are classified into two categories; personnel records and health records. Personal records include all those documents relating to a member's routine administration, career management and training whilst health records include medical, dental and psychology records.
Serving ADF members who want to access their health records can make a request through their supporting Defence Health Centre.
More Information can be found on the Service Records page.
Any former ADF member who feels they may have health problems related to any aspect of their military service is encouraged to submit a claim to the Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA). DVA serves veterans, war widows and widowers, serving and former Defence Force members, eligible AFP members with overseas service, and dependants and carers. DVA provides compensation and income support entitlements, delivers health care and rehabilitation services, and fulfils Australia's commitment to remember and honour those who serve our nation.
Department of Veterans' Affairs contact information.