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Say again, over
By Bob Dikkenberg BULLETIN BOARD
THE next meeting as part of the
Australian Gover nment’s review of the
military rehabilitation and compensation
scheme will be held at the Mecure Hotel
in Perth on December 9. More infor ma-
tion can be found at www.dva.gov.au or
updates can be received by contacting
DCO welcome days
DURING January and Febr uary many
DCO offices will host welcome day
events for Defence families who have
recently moved. For more information
on events in your location visit www.
POW book relaunch
A HISTORY of the horrific experiences
suffered by POWs of the Japanese dur-
ing World War II has been relaunched.
Mates and Memories – Recollections
of the 2/10 Fd Regt is the story of the
unit’s men who spent time in captivity in
camps and worked on the Thai-Bur ma
railway. Copies can be purchased for
$43 by contacting Wendy Drysdale
on (07) 3848 3001 or by emailing
Army November 26, 2009
“The gardeners were a little
confused when they were asked
if they wanted to participate in
Movember this year.”
Sgt Royce Allen
“War or no war, the cricket comp
Sqn-Ldr Brena Proctor
“Gun group covering fire ... Rover
and Victa go, go, go...”
Cpl B.G Fewson
“I swear, Sarge, when I did the
recce the grass was 12 feet high!”
Capt J.P. McDonagh
1 Sig Regt
“Soldiers, a cut above the rest.”
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