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PhD Candidate in History at Australian National University Papua New Guinea soldiers mark Remembrance Day at the Port Moresby war memorial depicting fuzzy wuzzy angel' Raphael Oimbari leading a wounded Australian soldier to medical aid. AAP/Lloyd
Everyone knows Australian and New Zealand soldiers dashed ashore on Gallipoli at dawn on April 25, 1915. But back in Australia, the first newspaper report didn't appear until two weeks later. THE effect was still electrifying. "The Australians rose
IF a gruelling three-week trek to the South Pole wasn't testing enough, Prince Harry copped plenty of ribbing along the way about the Ashes. Wounded Australian soldiers Seamus Donaghue and Heath Jamieson joined the fourth in line to the British
Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence security service has extradited to Afghanistan a former Afghan army sergeant accused of murdering three Australian soldiers...David Hurley, Australia's military chief, confirmed in a written statement the
Vice Chief of the Defence Force Air Marshal Mark Binskin released the report into the insider attack at a media briefing in Canberra. "The report is highly critical in places and highlights a number of serious issues that require follow-on action,"
Mohammad Roozi, the former Afghan National Army soldier who shot and wounded three Australian soldiers," he said. An Afghan soldier who shot and wounded three Australians in November 2011 has been killed, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has confirmed.
AN Australian soldier has been killed in Afghanistan, General David John Hurley has announced. Saturday, an Australian special forces soldier was killed by small arms fire during an insurgent engagement. Another soldier was seriously wounded, while
The Australians beat back the onslaught only to have it flare up again that afternoon...Thirteen Australian soldiers demonstrated bravery that would eventually garner medals and commendations, including Ben Roberts-Smith, the SAS patrol sniper who
The High Court decision, published on Wednesday morning, said the co-accused had allegedly sent letters (and in one case a recorded message) to the relatives of Australian soldiers killed in action in Afghanistan and to the mother of an Austrade
Every time an Australian soldier is killed in Afghanistan sculptor Alexander Seton creates a folded ceremonial flag out of Queensland marble. Six of the flags will go on display at the War Memorial in time for Remembrance Day, representing the six