On ANZAC Day, we’re asking Australians to stand in your driveway, on your balcony or in your living room to remember all those who have served and sacrificed. Join us by lighting a candle and listening to the ANZAC Day driveway Dawn Service at 5.55am on April 25. You can tuning in to ABC Radio, 6PR, 96FM and 6IX for the dawn commemoration that will include The Ode, The Last Post and one-minute’s silence #DrivewayDawnService
Find below the link to the “Camaraderie” videos. Both Generations and Vietnam Remembered.
Richard Williams. OAM.
The RAEME Banner was held high on Sunday the 18th August where it took pride in place at the front of the Vietnam / Battle of Long Tan Day march. This years march was well attended..
This years formalities recognised the significance of the 53rd anniversary of The Battle of Long Tan however concentrated on the Battle of Binh Bah. The battle occurred 50 years ago and was fundamental to clearing Binh Ba village of a significant enemy force that had been assembled to threaten Nui Dat.
"The Battle of Binh Ba: 6-7 June, 1969. The Battle of Binh Ba, fought 50 years ago on June 6 and 7, 1969 was a key moment in the history of Australian operations in Vietnam and is a prime example of combined arms and joint operations in general, and infantry and armour cooperation in particular." (army.gov.au) To read more about the battle click HERE.
Unfortunately we had a reduced attendance at lunch (a few late withdrawals due to ill health), however those who attended had a great time.