Overseas defence force personnel in our thoughts

Story Published: 23 Dec 2015

MORE than 2200 Australian Defence Force personnel, including those from Amberley, will celebrate Christmas away from their...

Amberley, Army, Australian, Christmas, Defence, Force, Ipswich, Overseas, Soldiers

Soldiers from Cabarlah deployed to Iraq

Story Published: 12 Mar 2016

LEIUTENANT Tristan Ross is one of seven soldiers who have transitioned from training at Cabarlah’s Borneo Barracks to...

Cabarlah, Defence, Iraq, Soldiers, Taskforce Taji, Toowoomba

John Schumann pens new track for Anzac centenary

Story Published: 18 Apr 2015

THE man who wrote Vietnam veterans' anthem I Was Only 19 has released a new song to honour the contribution of indigenous...

Anzac Centenary, Anzac Day, Editors Picks, Indigenous, John Schumann, Music, Road-To-Gallipoli, Soldiers

Orders about insider attacks not passed to platoons

Story Published: 22 Sep 2015

IN THE month three Australian soldiers were gunned down in Afghanistan, an international security force issued vital orders...

Afghanistan, Defence Force, Soldiers

ISIS leaks 'death list' with addresses of 100 US soldiers

Story Published: 23 Mar 2015

ISIS has urged its American sympathisers to kill 100 US military personnel whose names, addresses and photos were posted on...

Editors Picks, Isis, Soldiers

Family’s nine went to war

Story Published: 13 Mar 2015

DURING wartime it wasn’t uncommon for families to farewell their sons to the battlefields, but doing it nine times over was...

Soldiers, War, Ww1

450 Australian soldiers farewelled

Story Published: 14 Oct 2012

FAMILIES and friends have farewelled 450 Australian soldiers at a ceremony in Adelaide on Saturday.

Afghanistan, Soldiers

Training deficiencies could have led to rogue insider attack

Story Published: 24 Jun 2015

A LAWYER says deficiencies in the army’s training for potential insider attacks could have contributed to the deaths of...

Afghanistan, Army, Defence Force, Editors Picks, Inquest, Soldiers

Murdered soldiers were not trained as mentors

Story Published: 16 Oct 2014

AUSTRALIAN troops shot by a rogue Afghan soldier were not trained in what mentoring was, nor how to do it while still...

Afghanistan, Australian Defence, Coronial Inquest, Soldiers

Gladstone soldiers in Iraq are missing local pies

Story Published: 24 Mar 2016

THE international trainers of the Iraqi Army are being protected by two Gladstone soldiers as part of an ANZAC force.

Alex Ogilvie, Anzac, Army, Australian Army, Craig'S Bakery, Diggers, Iraq, John Craig, Royal Australian Regiment, Soldiers, Task Group Taji, Toolooa Bends

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