Military Voice Blog

    Welcome to the Military Voice Blog

    ANZAC Q&A - What did the Anzacs do for relaxation?

    Read More

    Australia in the Korean War, Remembering Our Veterans

    Five years after the end of the Second World War, Australians from across the services became involved in the Korean...

    Read More

    The Story of the Long Tan Cross

    The Long Tan Cross has been knocked down; repurposed as a grave headstone; had its brass plaque commandeered for a BBQ...

    Read More

    Chivalry Above the Clouds.

    Military Pilots were first called ‘Knights of the Air by LT Bennett A. Molter in his 1918 treatise on aviation. As...

    Read More

    Australia under attack

    The Battle for Australia has been commemorated since 2008. Today, it will be eighty years to the day Prime Minister...

    Read More

    Navy appealing for help in identifying HMAS Sydney unknown sailor

    HMAS Sydney was lost on 19 November 1941 during a mutually destructive engagement with the German commerce raider, ...

    Read More

    Refurbished Hellfire Pass Museum Opens

    The refurbished Hellfire Pass Interpretative Centre, originally built and funded by the Australian Government in...

    Read More

    Lions to guard memory of Australians in Ypres

    They are a familiar sight for those who have visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra - two stone lions guarding...

    Read More

    75th anniversary of the completion of the Thai-Burma Railway

    After occupying Thailand with little resistance, the Japanese had launched an invasion of Burma in January 1942. The...

    Read More

    Leave Comment


    Most Popular

    Post By Topic

    See all