Category: Veterans Deserve Recompense

Every faggot for itself in this man’s army

We acknowledge the following article by Australian columnist Miranda Devine in The Daily Telegraph of January 27, 2016, the day after Australia Day, entitled “Sorry David, but it’s the wrong fight”; except we’ve changed the title – out of disrespect…

ANZAC Day meaning

Our ANZAC Day is an annual dedication to our national remembrance of our Australians with New Zealanders past and present who have served, sacrificed, lost their lives in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations, as well as of the contribution…

Rekindling our Waltzing Matilda

    Unidentified men of our 5th Division AIF partaking in cigarettes and resting by the side of the Montauban road, near Mametz, while enroute to the trenches. Most of the men are wearing Aussie sheepskin jackets and woollen gloves and…

In response to requests for some good news…a Top Dog!

US Marine Gunnery Sergeant Christopher Willingham, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA is the proud owner of 12-year-old, Lucca, a German Shepherd / Belgian Malinois cross. Now retired, US Marine Corps service dog Lucca was trained to sniff out explosives and protect…

When low-life Japanese bombed Darwin and its hospitals

Australia remembers this day. Seventy four years ago Imperial Japan bombed Darwin.  It was the first enemy attack on Australian soil in the history of the Commonwealth of Australia occurring at 9.58am on Thursday 19 February 1942. The then small…

Vietnam Veterans must be remembered and respected

Today, August 18 2014 marks the 48th anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan in 1966 during the Vietnam War between Australians and Vietnamese.   The Australians who served in Vietnam were a blend of professional soldiers augmented by National Servicemen…