Dear Members, In our latest newsletter some of you may have read in the Passing Parade that “Rollo Brett” had passed away. Due to incorrect information, we received it was not our Rollo Brett but a distant relative of Rollo’s. We apologies to Rollo and his Family and Members for any hurt that may have […]

Further to our last Update I can report that the Tribunal is nearing the Hearing date. You can see The Tribunal’s terms of reference here and submissions to date here. Of specific interest is the Defence Submission dated 6 July Submission 096 – Chief of the Defence Force on behalf of Defence but not presented publicly until 31 July and our Response dated 23 […]

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This issue contains the following articles:Anzac Day Melbourne 2022 with excellent photos of the RARA National and Battalions Banners Army authorises new baseball cap – for limited use to replace the bush hat Snipers hone their skills You can read the May issue here

It’s been four months since we made our last RCB submission for review to the Minister for Defence Personnel, Andrew Gee, which was supported by the Ethicos Report written by Howard Whitton a noted authority on governance probity and law making. Howard’s examination of the evidence (which includes 210 past secret and 16 past top-secret documents) related to the Government’s RCB […]

Attached is a summary of today’s court hearing, we believe it is a good outcome and hopefully very soon we will have a Pro Bono Barrister in our corner. It is critical that the information we send out gets to all Legacy Widow’s, children, members of ESO’s and anybody else that receives DFRDB superannuation. Please […]

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, This is an important Update we are about to go to court our case looks sound, but it will be up to the judge. Please register to watch the case the Update provides you with the necessary details and a large show of support would be delightful to see. Our presentation […]

This book by Colonel F Peter Scott DSO MID (Retired) Former Commanding Officer 3rd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment in Vietnam 1971 records the basic details of the twenty-six commanding officers of Australia’s Infantry Battalions in Korea 1950-1953 and Vietnam 1965-1971. Only four of those Commanding Officers are still alive. It covers the selection of commanding […]

Attached is the latest November Report