103 Medium Battery 1975
Laurie Skinner in Vietnam
3.7 inch Mark 3 Heavy Anti Aircraft Gun - Live Firing North Head Manly
No 53 of 1974 Gun Course - School of Artillery 1974
Anti Aircraft Radar No 3 Mark 7
25 Pounder New Guinea 1944




In early 2016 The Australian Artillery Association was invited to sponsor a newly created platoon at the 1st Recruit Training Battalion, Kapooka.   On the 21st September 2016, with the financial assistance of a number of Artillery Associations and donations from the wider Artillery community, we presented at total of 12 framed Artillery photographs to the 44th Platoon in their lines at Kapooka.

On Friday 23rd September 2016 we attended the 44th Platoon's first March Our.  With weeks of rain leading up to the parade the sun shined through for a glorious day and the men and women of the 44th Platoon executed their drill with perfection putting on a parade that would satisfy any Regimental Sergeant Major but most importantly they were sure to have impressed their respective mothers, father, relatives and friends that attended the parade.

The total cost to have 12 photographs enlarged to A3 size and framed was $1364.00 of which we raised $1,248.30  with the Australian Artillery Association funding the difference of $115.70.

There are still a number of other items that we wish to purchase for the 44th Platoon such as 2 Pull Up banners and a vinyl banner therefore should you wish to donate towards the sponsorship of the 44th Platoon please contact the Webmaster direct via email for information on how to donate.

The Australian Artillery Association wishes to thank all those involved in donating monies and/or photographs to make this project achievable and successful.   A Full list of both monetary donors and photograph donors can be viewed below.

To view all the photographs of the presentation and parade along with a photograph of the framed pictures please visit our Photo Gallery.

Associations and Organisations  
Australian Air Defence Artillery Association Thank You
2nd/3rd Australian Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment Association Thank You
12th Field Regiment (Vietnam) Association Thank You
107th Field Battery Association (2 Photographs) Thank You
Mr Sydney R.


Thank You
Mr Peter Binns Thank You
Mr Garry Ernest Brown Thank You
COL (Retd) Arthur Burke, OAM Thank You
Mr Byron Davey Thank You
Mr Keith R. Hall Thank You
Mr Graham Hampton Thank You
Mr Vernon Joseph Thank You
Mr David John Maywald Thank You
Mr Gavin Ross Thank You
Mr Kym Schoene Thank You
Mr A.R. McDonell Thank You
Mr Michael Veale Thank You
Mr Dean R. Walton Thank You
Mr Rob Woods Thank You
Mr Michael Wunderlich Thank You
Mr & Mrs S.P. & Y.M.S. Wilson Thank You
Photographs Supplied by:  
School of Artillery Thank You
1st Regiment Thank Yoy
8th/12thRegiment Thank You
20th Surveillance and Target Acquisition Regiment Thank You
Australian Air Defence Artillery Association Thank You
2nd/3rd Australian Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment Association Thank You
12thField Regiment (Vietnam) Association Thank You
107th Field Battery Association Thank You
Colonel (Retired) Arthur Burke OAM Thank You
A Field Battery in Vietnam - Gunner Tiffy
Sergeants from the No. 1 Queensland Volunteer Artillery
Artillery In Action At Heilly France - Circa 1918
Members of 102 (Coral) Battery in Vietnam
Gunner Claude Rubin Winduss (Second from Left) in World War 1


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