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Buying from this shop maintains our independence from Government to report on our Aussies At War. Read about our current young men and women as well as the interesting, funny and important events of the past in our stories below.


End of the Boer WarOn the 31st May 1902 - The Boer War ended between the Boers of South Africa and Great Britain with the Treaty of Vereeniging.
In her father’s footsteps – WWII Gunner Cynthia CaddThis Saturday we reflect as a nation on the 100 years since Australian and New Zealand servicemen landed at Gallipoli during the First World War.
G for George - Australian's most Famous Lancaster BomberG for George is one of Australia’s most famous Lancaster Bombers. Part of the squadron of 500 Lancaster’s that flew over Berlin and bombed it during WWII.
Duty Done - BRIG Lou Brumfield Today I pass on some very sad news … At approximately 3:00pm on Wednesday, 23rd of September, Brigadier Ivan (Lou) Brumfield CBE, DSO (Rtd) passed away peacefully. As Commanding Officer of the 1RAR Group in Vietnam 1965 he was highly respected as a leader of men in combat.
Poem A Soldier There is discipline in A Soldier you can see it when he walks, There is honor in A Soldier you hear it when he talks. There is courage in A Soldier you can see it in his eyes, There is loyalty in A Soldier that he will not compromise.
The Royal Australian Regiment Salutes Corporal Daniel Keighran VCWhen Governor-General Quentin Bryce awarded Corporal Daniel Keighran with the Victoria Cross he earned a unique distinction in the history of The Royal Australian Regiment, he became the RAR's first soldier to be awarded our nations highest award while on active service with a Battalion of the R...
Test Firing Goryunov SG43 after Battle of Long TanChecking out a capture VC Machine gun - circa 1966.
Inside the UK Navy's SupersubDeadly Hunter Killer submarine is capable of hearing a ship leaving port in New York...