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Australian Military Statistics australian military Statistics. Contents. australian military Commitments 1885 1973; Australian Casualties - Sudan War to Somalia; http://www.awm.gov.au/atwar/statistics/
Extractions: Contents This brief statistical survey of Australian involvement in war and peacekeeping operations since 1885 has been prepared by the Memorial's Military History Section. More detailed attention has been devoted to those involvements which have had the greatest influence on Australian society: the First and Second World Wars and the Vietnam War.
Australian Military Personnel Serving Abroad - Statistics australian military Personnel Serving Abroad Statistics. The purpose of this page is to provide some statistics about Australia's involvement in the different conflicts around the world since 1860 . http://www.pcug.org.au/~chowell/dps/ampsa.htm
Extractions: The purpose of this page is to provide some statistics about Australia's involvement in the different conflicts around the world since 1860. What you see here is mostly taken from information supplied by the Australian War Memorial Research Center. 1860-1861 (Official Australian Involvement) Crew of HMVS Victoria, George Odgers in his book "Diggers" states that one sailor died during the conflict from an acidental gunshot wound (information courtesy of A Morgan 1863-1869 approx 2,500 in N.Z. Waikato Regiments, KIA - 1st Waikato 27, 2nd Waikato 2, 3rd Waikato 1, 4th Waikato 1, (figures courtesy of Lt Herb Ricketts RL). Sources: No 1 Waikato, NZ Gazette No 31 of May 1871. No 2 Waikato, NZ Gazette No 31 of May 1871. No 3 Waikato, NZ Gazette No 63 of 1869 and No 31 of 31 May 1871. No 4 Waikato, NZ Gazette No 63 of 1869. Lt Herb Ricketts has their names and also many Militia names, also see Len BARTONS book, Australians in the Waikato War 1863/64 3 Mar 1885 - 8 May 1885, 770 men in the New South Wales (NSW) contingent. 9 deaths, 3 wounded.
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Extractions: The author is a leading Australian UFO researcher and a contributing editor to the International UFO Reporter . An industrial chemist with an honours science degree from the University of New England he has worked in quality assurance and laboratory management. His book, The OZ Files - the Australian UFO Story, was published in 1996. He coordinates the NSW based UFO Investigation Centre (UFOIC) and can be contacted at: P.O. Box W42, JULIET - VANISHED? Prior to 1982 civilian UFO researchers only had a confused and vague picture of clandestine official involvement in Australia. In the face of the lethargy in the RAAFs replies to serious enquiries, I stepped up my efforts at diplomatically trying to get direct access to the RAAF UFO files. It probably surprised me more than anybody else when the RAAF finally agreed to permit me to examine their files. The extent of access was unprecedented in the history of the Australian UFO controversy. From the first of my visits to the Russell Offices of the Department of Defence, in Canberra, on January 11th, 1982 to my last in June, 1984, I was able to scrutinise the extent of official UFO investigations in Australia. For the first time a detailed "inside" picture was revealed of RAAF investigations.
Australian Military History: An Overview australian military History An overview. These short chapters cover Australia s involvement in war from the time of the first settlement http://www.awm.gov.au/atwar/conflict.htm
Extractions: AUSTRALIAN MILITARY EQUIPMENT PROFILES Military Publications and Information. HOME BOOK INDEX HOW TO ORDER ABOUT US ... LINKS E-mail the author Mike Cecil or Snail Mail : Michael Cecil, "Linton", 560 Collector Road, Gunning NSW Australia, 2581. Click here for links to other MV pages. This site last updated 30 November 2003 Australian Military Equipment Profiles
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Extractions: THE FORGOTTEN FLEET The Royal Australian Navy Net Welcome to the Royal Military College DUNTROON 104 SIGNAL SQUADRON ... Darryl Warner's Home Page Coalition of Patriots for Military Honour Australia. POINT MAN INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES The Tiger Battalion Australian's at War THE AUSTRALIAN VETERAN AND THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE ... Welcome to the Royal Australian Armoured Corps Association (Vic branch) Web Page.
Extractions: AUSTRALIAN MILITARY EQUIPMENT PROFILES Military Publications and Information. ABOUT US . . . Australian Military Equipment Profiles (AMEP) is an organisation that specialises in research on military technology manufactured in or used by Australia. Established in 1990, the company publishes the results of this research in the "Profiles" series of books, and in other specialised publications such as "Battlegroup Leopard". The company also maintains an extensive photographic, audio and written records archive. There are two principals, Michael Cecil and Krystii Melaine. Michael Cecil: Michael has been researching military technology for nearly 30 years. While modelling provided an early impetus to research, it was the move to restoring the real thing at "one to one" scale that proved to be the main catalyst. His primary area of interest is the technology used by Australia, but he also has a strong interest in the military technology of other countries. Michael has published widely, including regular weapons profiles in the Australian Army's quarterly magazine ARMY . Other magazines that have featured articles by Mike Cecil include Australian Plastics Modeller, Australian Military History, AFV News, Army Motors
Extractions: Sabretache, The Journal of the Military Historical Society of Australia Return to Book Reviews MHSA Home page Subscription and Back copy Information SABRETACHE Vol. XXXVII - Jan/Mar 1996 - No.1 - page 44. This book is portrayed as a "landmark [which] explores the richness and diversity of Australian Military History", and it certainly goes a long way to achieving that lofty claim. With an impressive directory of contributors, the more than 800 individual entries cover a widely diverse range of subjects related to Australian military history. The alphabetically arranged entries vary in length and detail, from a few lines to several pages. While the majority of these are concerned with specific people, places or items of equipment, there are also 36 lengthy thematic entries, such as "Aboriginal Armed Resistance to White Invasion" and "Military History and Historians". All contain a wealth of information, and are supported by 100 photographs, most of which were sourced from the Australian War Memorial. The alphabetical entries and photograph captions are generally well researched, though occasionally suffer from minor errors. The captured A6M5 Zero fighter pictured on page 27, for example, has New Zealand Air Force markings, not Australian as stated, and the tank pictured on page 51 is actually a Vickers Medium Mark 2 (Special), not a Mark 2 as stated in the caption. The RAAC will doubtless be interested to learn that the Leopard tank replaced the Centurion from 1974 (the Leopard was ordered in 1974, but the Leopard AS1 actually started replacing the Centurion from early 1977 following the arrival of the first batch in late 1976). Likewise, that the M113 APC (sic) (presumably the M113A1 LRV or APC) is obsolete, despite the fact that the RAAC will be using them into the next century.
Cyndi's List - Australia of information on australian military history and the research of australian military ancestors from 1788 to http://www.cyndislist.com/austnz.htm
Extractions: Lieutenant Colonel Susan Neuhaus enlisted in the Australian Regular Army as an undergraduate medical officer and has served in Cambodia as Regimental Medical Officer, Force Communications Unit, UNTAC, and in Bougainville as Officer Commanding, Combined Health Element, Peace Monitoring Group. Lieutenant Colonel Neuhaus is a graduate of Australian Command and Staff College (Reserve) and is currently attached to 256 City of London Field Hospital. Surgery Lieutenant Colonel Susan Neuhaus , MB BS, PhD, FRACS ADF Health Introduction Surgical workload Surgical workload Surgical workload ... Author details Abstract Background: Aim: To review all operational deployments post Vietnam which have included Australian military surgeons. Methods: This review has used the published literature, review of operating theatre books and interviews with participants when no other records were available.
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Extractions: Gulf War (Middle East) (1990-1991) Cyndi's Military List Australian War Medals Margaret Sparke - Researching Armed Services Personnel The Queensland Defence Force Australian War Memorial - Many interesting data bases relating to all conflicts in which Australians served. The photo data base is exceptional Commonwealth War Graves Commission National Archives of Australia - Fact Sheets HINT : see index Lest We Forget - Gail Dodd's military ancestors Australian Army RAR Association Royal Australian Navy Royal Australian Navy Links ... Australian Army Regiments Index of Web Sites - Army regiments and units in UK, Canada, South Africa, India and New Zealand Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans' Entitlement Act, Information on Service and Disability Pensions
Australian Military History ... Introduction Australia and the Military. Earlier we considered Australia s passive military history, but she has had a surprisingly active military history as well. http://members.iinet.net.au/~perthdps/military/intro.htm
Extractions: Top Australia and the Military From the outset, military history has been intermingled with the history of Australia and its European inhabitants. In fact, Australia owes its discovery to a lull in military activity in Europe. When British and European armies were not fighting each other, military leaders often found themselves on half pay, and in many instances, they were sent on exploration missions throughout the world. Just as on the battlefield, national pride dominated these ventures as the war spilled over into the competitive world of exploration. Historians are also quick to point out that new lands were not the only things at stake and that scientific conquest had also become a goal by the late 1700s. Australian's have only to recall that Captain Cook was initially sent to view an eclipse and that his discovery of New South Wales came as an added reward during his return voyage. Rivalry between France and Britain featured heavily in the British decision to occupy New South Wales in 1788. It featured again in the 1820s, when the western third of the continent was added to Britain's Empire. However, Australia's greatest involvement with the military establishment was still to come and was brought about by the American War of Independence. Until then, Britain had used America as a dumping ground for her convicts but soon after she lost that battle she had to turn her attention to the newly discovered New South Wales. A colony was established along military lines and a great proportion of its original settlers had convict or military backgrounds.
Australian Military australian military. Australian Defence Industry Royal Australian Air Force Royal Australian Navy Australian Army. Abbreviated Table Of Contents. http://www.idb.com.au/dcottle/pages/oz_military_link.html
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