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Drug routes out of Golden Triangle; AFP helps tell story

The 'Golden Triangle' — where Myanmar, Laos and Thailand converge — has for decades been a region associated with 'traditional' drug production and trafficking. But this threat now extends to synthetic drugs, with the Triangle a key embarkation and transit zone for methamphetamine with devastating effects on our community.

On top of the world

Federal Agent and adventurer Fraser McKenzie was a long way from on top of the world when a devastating earthquake struck Nepal – and the slopes of Mt Everest.

Among equals

You get the feeling that Ben Blakeney was always going to leave an impression.

The largest US seizure of methylamphetamine that almost never was…

It took eight hours for a joint taskforce to cut through a shipping container's-worth of car audio capacitors, looking for a veritable motherlode of narcotics.

Be comfortable being uncomfortable

The inside story of the AFP dive team at Tham Luang Cave.

Fly in, fly out

At the AFP – for sworn and unsworn members – the need to have a new perspective on life away from the station or the office is key.

Time to cast a wider net on children’s safety

An opportunity to broaden the discussion and think about how we can work together to keep children safe.

Staying on track

In 2007, AFP member Mark Scott passed away after a plane accident. Twelve years on his wife and daughters have remembered Mark by walking the Kokoda Track.

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