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         Australian Military:     more books (100)
  1. Zombie Myths of Australian Military History
  2. The Oxford Companion to Australian Military History
  3. Australian And US Military Cooperation: Fighting Common Enemies by Christopher Hubbard, 2005-07
  4. Military Stress and Performance: The Australian Defence Force Experience
  5. HMAS Bataan, 1952: An Australian Warship in the Korean War by Anthony Cooper, 2010-08-01
  6. The Commanders, The: Australian Military Leadership in the Twentieth Century
  7. The Diggers: Makers of the Australian Military Tradition
  8. A Dictionary of Australian Military History (Wisdom from simpler times) by Ian Grant, 1992-01
  9. Records of war: A guide to military history sources at the Australian War Memorial by Australian War Memorial, 1996
  10. Australian Military Personnel Killed in Action: Australian Military Personnel Killed in the Iraq War
  11. We answered the call: AWAS of Western Australia and their mates : celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of admission of women into the Australian military forces by Eileen Reilly Tucker, 1991
  12. The Once and Future Army: A History of the Citizen Military Forces 1947-1974 (The Australian Army History Series) by Dayton McCarthy, 2003-06-05
  13. Australia's Military Map-Makers: The Royal Australian Survey Corps 1915-96 (Australian Army History) by C. D. Coulthard-Clark, 2000-12-28
  14. Emergency and Confrontation: Australian Military Operations in Malaya and Borneo 1950-1966 (Official History of Australia's Involvement in Southeast Asian Conflicts, 1948-1975) by Peter Dennis, Jeffrey Grey, 1996-08

1. Welcome To ADF Serials
A listing of australian military aircraft serial numbers and individual aircraft history.Category Recreation Aviation Historic......ADF Serials Australian, New Zealand and New Guinea Military Aircraft Serials,Aircraft Airframe History and Military Aircraft Photograph's.

2. Australian Military Statistics
australian military Statistics. Contents. This brief statistical survey of Australian involvement in war and
Australian Military Statistics
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.
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3. ***Military Vehicle Collectors Society Of SA*** - Home
Military Vehicle Collectors Society of South Australia Inc. South australian military Vehicle Museum 252 Commercial Road, South Australia, 5015, Telephone 61 8 8341 3011 Reset 13 June 1998
Military Vehicle Collectors Society of South Australia Inc.
South Australian Military Vehicle Museum
252 Commercial Road,
Port Adelaide,
South Australia, 5015,
Telephone: 61 8 8341 3011 Reset 13 June 1998

4. Australian Military Personnel Serving Abroad - Statistics
Find statistics concerning the number of Australian servicemen sent to fight on foreign soil during each of the nation's wars.
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. What you see here is mostly taken from information supplied by the Australian War Memorial Research Center.
New Zealand (Anglo-Maori)
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.

5. Research And Family History
The australian military Page This page has info pics on the Australian Defence Forces. The McDonnell Douglas F/A18 Hornet is the US Navy's dual role fighter and attack aircraft.
Research Centre
The Research Centre is the single most important resource for researching Australia's military history. The Centre's varied activities and resources such as information sheets guides and select and annotated reading lists are described here to assist researchers, students and prospective visitors.
Family History
The Memorial contains a wealth of material relating to individual servicemen and women - but where do you start? Find out how to obtain personal service records , locate items in our collections, search biographical databases such as the Roll of Honour, Commemorative Roll, and various Nominal Rolls, and where else to go for information.
Australia Japan Research Project
The Australia-Japan Research Project (AJRP) has constructed a database that covers a wide range of Australian and Japanese sources, to guide researchers to information on the relationship between the two nations. The focus is on the Second World War. In addition, research essays provide an overview of sources for particular areas of study.
Journal of the AWM
The Journal of the Australian War Memorial is an occasional publication, advancing the Memorial's mission of remembering and interpreting the Australian experience of war and publicising research into Australian military history. From No 28 (April 1996), the journal has been published on the website only.

6. Australian Military History: An Overview
australian military History An overview. These short chapters cover Australia'sinvolvement in war from the time of the first settlement
Australian Military History: An overview
These short chapters cover Australia's involvement in war from the time of the first settlement at Sydney Cove in the 18th Century to our peacekeeping roles under United Nations auspices and the Gulf War. This material has been prepared by the Military History Section at the Memorial.
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7. Australian Military History - Phillips Publications
Publish a series of books on australian military history principally covering the world wars - by author Bill Phillips.
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8. Australian Military Equipment Profiles Index Page.
australian military equipment, Army vehicles, Military equipment, M113, AFV, Vietnam,Armor, Armour, Armored Vehicles, Tanks, Trucks, Military vehicles
AUSTRALIAN MILITARY EQUIPMENT PROFILES Military Publications and Information. HOME BOOK INDEX HOW TO ORDER PIC OF THE MONTH ... Photograph Of The Month This site last updated 1 August 2002 To contact the Author Mike Cecil email or Snail Mail : Michael Cecil, "Linton", 560 Collector Road, Gunning NSW Australia, 2581. Click here for links to other MV pages. HOME BOOK INDEX HOW TO ORDER ... WHAT'S NEW? Australian Military Equipment Profiles
"Linton", 560 Collector Road,
Gunning NSW 2581 Australia
Phone" (02) 4845 1184, Fax: (02) 4845 1084
ACN 056 620 930, ABN 54 295 505 882

9. Australian Military Equipment Profiles About Us
australian military EQUIPMENT PROFILES. Michael is employed full time as theCurator of Military Technology at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
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

10. Aussie Battlers Military Web Ring Australian Military Forces Online
Past and present data plus information from all arms of the nation's Defence Forces.Category Regional Oceania Military Unofficial Sites......australian military, Army, Navy, Airforce. Webmasters Page Ops Manual - Regulations.G'day and welcome to the first and only all australian military Ring.
The Aussie Battlers Military WebRing is your gateway to the Australian Armed Forces Online. Within this ring you will find only 'all Australian Military Websites'. Remaining focused on our objective, Australian Military Content Only, provides you, the browser or researcher, with a superb online subjective reference point. The ring is wholly tri-service covering all aspects The Australian Armed Forces, Navy - Army - Airforce. Aussie Battlers also strives to promote and foster relations between the personnel of all services, site owners and webmasters with exchanges of ideas, military news and information. Considering her small population, Australia's history of participation in world conflicts is indeed a long, proud and costly one. For instance she provided the only all volunteer army on the entire Western Front during World War One (331,781). Yet, per head of population (less than 4.5 Million) at the time, she suffered more casualties than any other country, 59,512 Killed and 166,815 wounded. (2 out of every 3 men who volunteered) Australia first sent troops to war in 1885 to Sudan. Since then she has participated in The Maori Wars in New Zealand, Boxer Rebellion - China, Boer War - Africa, First World War, Second World War, Malaya, Korea, Borneo, Vietnam and Kuwait. Plus numerous peacekeeping and humanitarian roles. Most recently their temendous peacekeeping role in East Timor.

11. Australian Military Statistics - All Services
australian military STATISTICS CASUALTIES ALL SERVICES. AustralianWar Memorial Click Here Searchable Data Base of Australian
Australian War Memorial - Click Here
Searchable Data Base of Australian War Casualties from Sudan to Vietnam. Period Event Served Overseas Killed Wounded Prisoners Sudan - Africa 9 (disease) Boer War - Africa Boxer Rebellion - China WWII Korea Malaya Emergency Indonesian Confrontation Republic of South Vietnam
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12. Victoria Cross - Australian Military Forces
Victoria Cross by Unit Unit Force australian military Forces, (17 awards). AustralianMilitary Forces. Index of All recipients for australian military Forces

13. Victoria Cross - Australian Military Forces
Victoria Cross by Unit Unit Force australian military Forces All, (17 awards). All Recipients in australian military Forces.

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15. Book
Coalition of Patriots for Military Honour Australia. Thissite is published in the United States of America.
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16. Strike Publicatons
An australian military aerospace magazine containing indepth feature reports on the application of world air power. Published quarterly, but the website has current aerospace news and photos.
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17. Australian Military Museums
ECARS.COM.AU Australian Edition, Return to the main 4WD page AustralianMilitary Museums. Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Australian
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Australian Military Museums.
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Treloar Warfare Technology Centre
NB. restricted opening times
New South Wales (NSW)
The Army Museum Society Inc., Victoria Barracks, NSW
National Artillery Museum, Manly, NSW
Royal Australian Engineers Museum, Moorebank, NSW
Royal Australian Infantry Corps Museum, Singleton, NSW
1st/15th Royal New South Wales Lancers Regiment Museum, Parramatta, NSW
A Squadron 8/13 Victorian Mounted Rifles, Albury, NSW
2 Training Group, Bardia Barracks, Ingleburn (Sydney) [-email]
Queensland (Qld)
Victoria Barracks Museum, Brisbane
Museum of Australian Army Flying, Oakey, Qld
Australian Intelligence Corps Museum, Canungra, Qld
North Queensland Military Museum, Townsville, Qld
1st Battalion Royal Australian Regiment Historical Collection, Townsville, Qld
2nd/4th Battalion Royal Australian Regiment Historical Collection, Townsville, Qld
9th Battalions War Memorial Museum, Kelvin Grove, Qld

18. Australian Military
australian military. Australian Defence Industry Royal Australian Air ForceRoyal Australian Navy Australian Army. Abbreviated Table Of Contents.
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19. Australian Military Police Entry Page
australian military Police. History Web Site. An attempt to capture thehistory of the. australian military Police Corps. from 1901 to Today.
Australian Military Police History Web Site An attempt to capture the history of the Australian Military Police Corps from 1901 to Today Since 1914, over 240 Australian Military Policemen have been killed on active service; a relatively high fatality rate for a Corps so small, reflecting the danger of Military Police duties on operations. Since 1973 the Australian Military Police have participated in various UN Observer Missions and Deployments and taken part in the East Timor (INTERFET) peace enforcement operations in East Timor, 1999/2000. With ongoing support to UN Operations and Defence of Australia duties the Australian Military Police are serving Australia and the Army proud. The motto of the Australian Military Police Corps says it all "For the Troops and With the Troops" Enter Here This web site is not sponsored or endorsed by the Royal Australian Corps of Military Police, the Australian Army or any other Military Police or Veteran Association. This is a non-profit site. This site is maintained by Antony Buckingham

20. Australian Military Police 2nd Page
australian military Police. Welcome to the australian military Police HistoryWeb Site. Learn about the history of the australian military Police. At War.
Australian Military Police Welcome to the Australian Military Police History Web Site. First time on this site? - click here History of the Corps Learn about the history of the Australian Military Police At War Explore the Australian Military Police at War Policing the Australian Army MP Topics Generic information about the Australian Military Police With the UN Helping to make the world a better place Personalities Those who served Today Today's Military Police "For the troops and With the troops" Other Info Military Police related information If you have enjoyed this site or you could contribute more information and pictures please contact via email This site is constantly updated

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