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
Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery, Memorial, Canberra ACT
25 Pounder New Guinea 1944
     

MEMORIAL ROLL

 

"Lest We Forget"

 
 

The following Gunners will be sadly missed and have made their final journey
to the eternal Gun Park
May they Rest In Peace

 
     

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z

     

GUNNERS DECEASED
2017

May They Rest In Peace

They shall grow not old,
As we that are left grow old,
Age shall not weary them,
Nor the years condemn,
At the going down of the sun,
And in the morning,
We will rememember them,

LEST WE FORGET

John James Campbell

Kevin Thomas Clothier

Rodney Winchester

Don Nolan

Peter Raymond Davison

Kerry Eugene (Jed) Taheny

Robert Perkin

Philip Harding

Stuart Ulrich

Francis Lawrence Asange

Michael Perks

David John Holmes

John Gregory Wager

John Hollingsworth

David J. Clark

Kevin Nash

Alan Tiechmann

James Bennet-Burleigh

Ian Wilbert Boyd

Victor Olejnikzac

Cornelius John Lucey

John Leslie Crump

Francis David Stone
RAAMC

Edward Angus Saunders

John F. Cooper

Michael F.G. Eckman

Victor J. Page

Alan Johns MBE

Maurice Leonard Arch

Pat Kearns

Ian Barnes

Jason Paul Bourke-Sanders

Gary Ashley Martin

John Michael Barrett

Kenneth William MacKenzie

Peter Grant Starkie

Noel Ernest Findlay

Tony Hoy

Sir Ninian Martin Stephen
PC KG AK GCMG CGVO KBE QC

Ross Walker

Andrew John Balsillie MBE

Leon Joseph Cooper MBE
     
PRAYER'S

"
ARTILLERY"

"
THE FINAL INSPECTION"

The Guns we knew are silent now, and cold,
Short years ago they spoke and sang with fire:
Grim voices heard in many a troubled land
Death and destruction close on every hand,
Now melted down for scrap, their story told . . .
What of the men who served the Guns so well?
United with them in their frenzied quest . . .
So many gone, and others---who can tell?
To join the guns in their eternal rest?

By "Don B"

POEM
"
HEROES AND ATHLETES"
(by Paul Martino)

VIETNAM
MEMORIAL ROLL

"I WAS ONLY 19"
(How and why the song was written)

     
     

God and the Soldier we adore;
In times of danger, not before.
Danger past and all things righted;
Godís forgotten, the Soldier slighted.

When danger is nigh,
God and the Soldier is the cry.
When danger's past,
God and the Soldier are forgotten fast."

     

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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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