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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a long tradition of fighting for Country, and continue to serve with honour among our military forces.

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Places of Pride: the National Register of War Memorials has passed the significant milestone of 10,000 memorials being listed, just two years after it was

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Lancaster Bomber joins the Memorial's "On Closer Inspection" 360-degree experience

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For Country, For Nation explores Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders' stories of military service, and includes the artworks of 32 artists.

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His rank was ordinary seaman, but there was nothing ordinary about Edward “Teddy” Sheean.

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Many members and veterans of the Australian Defence Forces have tattoos, and while their reasons for getting tattooed are as varied as the people themselves

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Henry Moulds has been fascinated by memorials since he was a child.

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Local war memorials often give a glimpse of the past through the names inscribed on their surface.

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Remembrance Day at the Australian War Memorial in 1993 was a particularly significant occasion; that year an unknown Australian soldier was entombed in the