One of Australia’s toughest military involvements, the Battle of Sunda Strait was commemorated at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne.
A World War II veteran has returned to the shore establishment where his career in the Navy began almost seven decades ago.
The challenge has been set to find the families of a World War II Wellington Bomber crew after the gifting of a photograph.
The My Life at War podcast was produced by Uniting NSW.ACT.
So keen was he to support the World War II effort, Phil Robinson, at the age of 15, walked 96km from Perth to Northam to enlist.
Having survived the bombing of Darwin, there was no way Flight Lieutenant Roger Winspear (retd) was going to let COVID-19 ruin his 100th birthday.
World War II D-Day veteran Geoffrey Edmunds was invited to celebrate his 100th birthday at RAAF Base Edinburgh.
Members of the 130th rotation of Rifle Company Butterworth have visited World War II battlefields in Malaysia.
Air Force members remembered the sacrifices of World War II veterans at the unveiling of two memorials in Loxton, South Australia.
A memorial was held in Albany to remember submariners who died during World War II operations.
No. 22 Squadron recently commissioned Aboriginal artist and Wiradjuri woman Trudy Sloan to create an artwork depicting the squadron’s eagle motif.
Long-retired World War II Sergeant Bert Le-Merton has pledged to walk 96km to support contemporary veterans.