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  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

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3. Appendix:Australian English Military Slang - Wiktionary
Members of the Australian military (known officially as the Australian Defence Force or ADF) use many unique slang terms. The ADF is made up of the Australian Army, the Royal
Appendix:Australian English military slang
Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary (Redirected from Appendix:Australian military slang Jump to: navigation search Members of the Australian military (known officially as the Australian Defence Force or ADF) use many unique slang terms. The ADF is made up of the Australian Army , the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). Each have their own distinct traditions but share a defence force culture. Some military slang words, such as digger , have become widely used by Australians in general. However, most slang used in the ADF is restricted to its personnel.
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  • Ace fuckheads - headquarters in an armoured unit. Comes from the callsigns 9A, 9C, 9E, 9F, 9H. '90s usage. Being the 2ic, Tech. O, LO, SSM and SQMS, respectively. Adgie - Refers to a RAAF airfield defence guard. After fives - Refers to the plain black spit polished dress shoe worn by soldiers either with their pollies or after dinner to give their feet a rest from their boots. Airy-fairies - Refers to Air Force personnel, usually used by the Army or Navy.

4. Australian Military Party - ERepublik Official Wiki
The Australian Military Party is a political party in Australia started by Ben P, Arthur Cole, Devlin Cameron, zaney, Dylan of the darkness and Cozza.
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General Information Country Australia Abbreviation AMP Founded September 30, 2009 (Day 680) Political President Members Congress Occupancy 55/40 seats, 13.16% Orientation Center Ideology Libertarian
The Australian Military Party is a political party in Australia started by Ben P Arthur Cole Devlin Cameron zaney ... Dylan of the darkness and Cozza . The Australian Military Party is a collective military organisation which represents the political aspect of the military of Australia. It focuses on economic support for, and logistical experience to the aim of expanding Australia's military potential. This party was previously known as the Australian Monarchy Party
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The Australian Military Party was originally created in September 2009. It was created from the former Australian Monarchy Party , which had become inactive. Its aim was to create a party that the

5. Australian Defence Force - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The importance of 'joint' warfare was made clear to the Australian Military during World War II when Australian naval, ground and air units frequently served as part of single
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The ADF Tri-Service Flag Founded Current form 1976 (ADF established) Service branches Royal Australian Navy
Australian Army

Royal Australian Air Force
Headquarters Part of the Australian Defence Organisation Leadership Commander-in-Chief Governor-General Quentin Bryce as Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia's representative Minister for Defence Stephen Smith Chief of the Defence Force Air Chief Marshal ... AFC Manpower 16.5 years of age for selection process, 17 years of age is actual serving age (As of 2007) Available for
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age annually 144,959 males (2009 est.
Active personnel ranked 68 Reserve personnel 25,493 (Active)
22,166 (Standby) Deployed personnel 3,300 (July 2010) Expenditures Budget A$ 26.9 billion (2010–11) Industry Domestic suppliers BAE Systems Australia Thales Australia Foreign suppliers United States Canada United Kingdom Annual exports Confidential but thought to be around A$600 million. Related articles History Military history of Australia Ranks Australian Defence Force ranks and insignia The Australian Defence Force (ADF) is the military organisation responsible for the defence of Australia . It consists of the Royal Australian Navy , the Australian Army , the Royal Australian Air Force and a number of 'tri-service' units.

6. Aussie Slouch Hat By Akubra, The Australian Military Hat : David Morgan
The Aussie Slouch Hat (Australian Military Hat), one side turned up against the crown, has gained worldwide recognition..

7. Welcome To ADF Serials
A listing of Australian military aircraft serial numbers and individual aircraft history.

8. Australian Army - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Australian Defence Force ranks and insignia; List of Australian military memorials; Conscription in Australia; Australian military slang; References
Australian Army
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Active 1 March 1901 – Present Country Australia Type Army Size 27,828 (Regular)
17,064 (Active Reserve)
12,496 (Standby Reserve) Australian Defence Force Engagements Second Boer War
World War I

World War II

Korean War
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Commanders Chief of the Defence Force ACM Angus Houston AC, AFC Chief of Army LTGEN Ken Gillespie AO, DSC, CSM Notable
commanders FM William Birdwood, 1st Baron Birdwood
GEN Sir John Monash
GEN Sir Henry Chauvel FM Sir Thomas Blamey GEN Peter Cosgrove Insignia Australian Army badge Army Roundel The Australian Army is Australia's military land force. It is part of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) along with the Royal Australian Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force . While the Chief of Defence (CDF) commands the Australian Defence Force (ADF), the Army is commanded by the Chief of Army (CA). The CA is therefore subordinate to the CDF, but is also directly responsible to the Minister for Defence. Although Australian soldiers have been involved in a number of minor and major conflicts throughout its history, only in World War II has Australian territory come under direct attack.

9. RAAF Museum
Records and displays the history of the Royal Australian Air Force and Australian military aviation.

10. Australian Government, Department Of Defence Home Page
This is the main home page for the Australian Government Department of Defence. This page is a good place to start should you wish to find information relating to the Defence of

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The Australian military announced on Monday that transgender people would no longer be banned from serving in the country's armed forces.
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U.S. Air Force B52 Stratofortresses supporting U.S. Pacific Command's Continuous Bomber Presence in the Asia-Pacific region flew from Andersen AFB, Guam, to the land 'down under

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Veterans Day makes me jumpy because of Phantom Rape Pain. On this holiday, I hurt between my legs from ghost thrusts. A long time ago, when I worked as a prostitute, I was sometimes raped 20 or 30 times a weekend by soldiers. Since the U.S. military is never going to give me a Prostitute Star of Honor, I have to commemorate this part of my life in my own way on this day. Last year, it was by writing an article called Flags of Our Raped Mothers. I decided that to write something every year would be my commemoration, a way to honor myself. Yesterday, I was in a used book store and my hand accidentally fell on a dusty, moth-eaten, mottled, out-of-print volume. I was going to pass it by, but some phantom force of phantom rape pulled me to it.

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Australian military aviation model resin casting, photo-etched brass, decals and modeling profiles.
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This website is a portal for a range of information about Australia's involvement in world wars, travel to historic military sites and educational resources. These pages provide instant access to high quality materials on the web to assist teachers and students in preparing for the observance of Anzac Day.
Army History Unit
Home page for the Army History Unit (AHU) which provides resources promoting the study and understanding of Army's history and traditions within Army and protecting army heritage. Includes overviews of the various battles in which the Australian Army has been involved in its more than 100 year history and a database of images for viewing online as well as links to articles, books and conference papers.

17. Australian Intelligence Corps Museum
Australian Intelligence Corps Association and Museum The Museum of Australian Military Intelligence is a component of the Australian Army History Unit.
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The Museum of Australian Military Intelligence is a component of the Australian Army History Unit. In 2001 it graduated from being an Australian Intelligence Corps sponsored and funded historical collection, to being one of the Australian Army Corps Museums.

The museums origins are in historical training aids used by the former School's of Military Intelligence and artefacts preserved by the various Australian Intelligence Corps units. These were brought together at the Australian Intelligence Corps Museum, which commenced part-time operations in 1988, before becoming the Museum of Australian Military Intelligence in 2001. The change of name is important as it reflects the whole of Australian Defence Organisation contribution to military intelligence and the Army History Units commitment to supporting the Defence Intelligence Community.
Whilst it houses specialised collections relating mostly to the Australian Intelligence Corps, there are items that cater for a wide range of interest. There is also a project to gather artefacts relating to RAN, RAAF and Defence Intelligence Group activities.
The primary purpose of the Museum of Australian Military Intelligence is to support training and doctrine development by being a repository or artefacts and documents and putting these into context for todays trainees and other visitors.

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Supplies books on Australian Military history and on modern warfare and defense.
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19. Australian Military - Fun Facts And Information
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20. Australian Military Schools |
Australian Military Schools. Three major military academies are located in Australia, each with its own specialization in training. They prepare recruits to serve as officers
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  • military image by Alexey Klementiev from Australia is home to three well-respected military schools. Three major military academies are located in Australia, each with its own specialization in training. They prepare recruits to serve as officers in the country's Army, Air Force, Coast Guard or Navy. In addition to the three military schools, Australia's Officers' Training School , located at RAAF Base East Sale in Victoria, produces between 200 and 300 graduates who are commissioned as officers in the Royal Australian Air Force.
  • Australian Defence Force Academy
  • Located next to Mount Pleasant in Canberra is the Australian Defence Force Academy, established in 1986 to provide military and academic training for junior officers of the Australian Defence Force. The academy provides university-level education , professional grooming and military training for up-and-coming officers of Australia's Army, Air Force and Navy. Nearly 800 undergraduate and 300 graduate students attend each year. Though most cadets are native to Australia, others attend via military exchange programs with 16 defense forces from across the globe.
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