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THOSE IN SERVICE DESERVE AN ADEQUATE PAY INCREASE; HOW DARE THE GOVERNMENT TAKE THIS ACTION.......SIGN THE PETITION - Show our Defence Force your support with respect, not a pay cut................click here >>>> https://www.change.org/p/don-t-send-our-defence-forces-to-war-on-a-pay-cut-show-our-adf-the-respect-it-deserves

The Unknown Australian Soldier represents all Australians who have been killed in war. Lest We Forget. www.minutetoremember.com.au #RemembranceDay. More information: http://bit.ly/1hhhSBs Australian War Memorial

The Unknown Australian Soldier represents all Australians who have been killed in war. Lest We Forget. www.minutetoremember.com.au #RemembranceDay. More information: http://bit.ly/1hhhSBs Australian War Memorial

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Simpson and his Donkey 1915 WWI - Australian War Memorial Canberra

Simpson and his Donkey 1915 WWI - Australian War Memorial Canberra

Australian Defence Force Badges of Rank & Special Insignia. Cuadro de insignias y rangos del ejército australiano.

Australian Defence Force Badges of Rank & Special Insignia. Cuadro de insignias y rangos del ejército australiano.

EF88 rifle (top) vs older F88-SA2 (bottom) - Australian Army

EF88 rifle (top) vs older F88-SA2 (bottom) - Australian Army

Miller Mack, one of 1st Indigenous Australians to serve in WWI Indigenous Australians not allowed to sign up  (they were not legally allowed to wear Australian military uniform until 1949, when they officially became citizens). Many managed to circumvent restrictions - claimed Maori or Indian ancestry in order to do so. As many as 1,000 served in the war. At least 11 Aboriginal men were killed at Gallipoli  21 survived the campaign.

Miller Mack, one of 1st Indigenous Australians to serve in WWI Indigenous Australians not allowed to sign up (they were not legally allowed to wear Australian military uniform until 1949, when they officially became citizens). Many managed to circumvent restrictions - claimed Maori or Indian ancestry in order to do so. As many as 1,000 served in the war. At least 11 Aboriginal men were killed at Gallipoli 21 survived the campaign.

Australian SAS soldier Trooper Mark Donaldson was tasked with getting the man who bragged he would kill Prince Harry. Pic. Supplied

Australian SAS soldier Trooper Mark Donaldson was tasked with getting the man who bragged he would kill Prince Harry. Pic. Supplied

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