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Sergeant pilot

A sergeant pilot was a non-commissioned officer who had undergone flight training and was a qualified pilot in the air forces of several Commonwealth countries before, during and after World War II. It was also a term used in the United States Ar ...

                                               

Under officer

"Underofficer" redirects here, although it can also mean non-commissioned officer when translated from certain other languages. Under officer is an appointment held by the most senior cadets at some Commonwealth officer training establishments an ...

                                               

Wing commander (rank)

Wing commander is a senior commissioned rank in the British Royal Air Force and air forces of many countries which have historical British influence, including many Commonwealth countries but not including Canada and South Africa. It is sometimes ...

                                               

Australian Military Forces

The Australian Military Forces was the official name of the Army of Australia from 1916 to 1980. This encompassed both the "regular army", and the forces, variously known during this period as the Militia, the Citizen Military Forces and the Aust ...

                                               

Force Element Group

The Force Element Group s of the Australian Defence Force are the operational capabilities. Capabilities are formed into Force Elements FE, which in turn are aggregated into Force Element Groups FEG. Each capability is assigned a level of operati ...

                                               

Vietnam veteran

A Vietnam veteran is someone who served in the armed forces of participating countries during the Vietnam War. The term has been used to describe veterans who were in the armed forces of South Vietnam, the United States armed forces, and countrie ...

                                               

Veterans Review Board

The Veterans Review Board is a statutory body within the Australian Governments Veterans Affairs portfolio. The role of the VRB is to conduct merits review of certain decisions under the Veterans Entitlement Act 1986 and the Military Rehabilitati ...

                                               

9th Combat Service Support Battalion (Australia)

9th Combat Service Support Battalion is a unit of the 9th Brigade of the Australian Army. Originally formed as 9th Brigade Administrative Support Battalion, 9 CSSB is a part-time Army unit. The unit is based at Warradale Barracks Adelaide as well ...

                                               

Aerospace Operational Support Group RAAF

The Aerospace Operational Support Group was a support group of the Australian Defence Force based at RAAF Base Edinburgh. It was disbanded in 2016, and reformed as the Air Warfare Centre. AOSG provided integrated, deployable operational support t ...

                                               

Air System Development and Test Wing RAAF

The Development and Test Wing of the Royal Australian Air Forces Air Warfare Centre is the Australian Defence Forces central institution responsible for the supervision, planning, project management, tasking and co-ordination of activities delive ...

                                               

Airfield Defence Wing RAAF

The Airfield Defence Wing of the Royal Australian Air Force was formed to provide command and control of the RAAFs Airfield Defence Squadrons. Between the end of World War II and 1983, the RAAF did not possess a formed unit of ground defence spec ...

                                               

Australian Commonwealth Naval Board

The Australian Commonwealth Naval Board was the governing authority over the Royal Australian Navy from its inception and through World Wars I and II. The board was established on 1 March 1911 and consisted of civilian members of the Australian g ...

                                               

Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women

The Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women is an ex-service association. Formed in December 1944 from a number of existing organisations, membership of the legion is open to all ex-service personnel, including British Commonwealth and Allie ...

                                               

Bathurst Island Airport

Bathurst Island Airport is located at Wurrumiyanga, on the south east coast of Bathurst Island, Australia. The airport has a sealed runway, which is 1.470 m × 30 m, making it unsuitable for larger commercial jets. However, there are regular, smal ...

                                               

Buckland Military Training Area

The Buckland Military Training Area is a small arms and manoeuvre range, located 76 kilometres from Hobart, Tasmania. The training area is the largest and most used training area in Tasmania. The range covers 23.428 hectares and has a 400-man cam ...

                                               

Camp Caves

Camp Caves was a US Army training camp north of the city of Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. Built during World War Two, the camp was in use from September 1943 until early in 1944. It was one of a number of US training camps in the area inclu ...

                                               

Campbell Barracks (Western Australia)

Campbell Barracks is an Australian Army base located in Swanbourne, a coastal suburb of Perth, Western Australia. It is named after Lieutenant Colonel J.A. Campbell, former commandant of the Commonwealth Military Forces in Western Australia. The ...

                                               

HMAS Carpentaria

HMAS Carpentaria is a former Royal Australian Navy base that was located on Thursday Island, part of the Torres Strait Islands in Queensland, Australia. As of May 1945, three of the twenty Australian Rendering Mines Safe personnel were located at ...

                                               

Castlereagh Aerodrome

Castlereagh Aerodrome was a Royal Australian Air Force emergency landing ground and dispersal ground during World War II at Castlereagh, New South Wales, Australia. The runway was 5.000 ft long x 150 ft wide. The airfield was to become home to No ...

                                               

Corunna Downs Airfield

Corunna Downs Airfield was a secret Royal Australian Air Force base at Corunna Downs, 40 km south of Marble Bar, Western Australia in the Pilbara Region during World War II. The airfield, created especially for heavy bombers, comprised two inters ...

                                               

Derwent Barracks

Derwent Barracks is an Australian Army barracks in the Hobart suburb of Glenorchy, near the Elwick Racecourse and Hobart Showgrounds. It is named after the nearby Derwent River. It is the home of several Army Reserve units including: 2nd Force Su ...

                                               

Dochra Airfield

                                               

Enhanced Combat Helmet (Australia)

The Enhanced Combat Helmet is the standard issue combat helmet of the Australian Defence Force, introduced in 2004 to replace the M91 helmet, an Australian version of the American PASGT helmet. It is manufactured by Israeli company Rabintex, and ...

                                               

F1 grenade (Australia)

The F1 grenade replaced the M26 grenade in Australian service in the late 1990s. It is a high explosive, anti-personnel grenade with a lethal radius of 6 metres 6.6 yd, casualty radius of 15 metres 16 yd and a safety radius of 30 metres 33 yd. Th ...

                                               

Fleurs Aerodrome

Fleurs Aerodrome was a parent aerodrome built on behalf of the Royal Australian Air Force during World War II. It is located at Kemps Creek 40 km west of Sydney, Australia Construction started on the aerodrome in 1942 and was still under construc ...

                                               

Forward Air Control Development Unit RAAF

The Forward Air Control Development Unit was a Royal Australian Air Force unit tasked with providing training in forward air control to RAAF pilots. It was formed in 2002 from No. 76 Squadrons C Flight and was merged with the RAAF Special Tactics ...

                                               

Gawler Aerodrome

Gawler Aerodrome is located in Gawler, South Australia. The aerodrome is owned by the Light Regional Council of South Australia and is managed on their behalf by the Adelaide Soaring Club. The ASC moved to Gawler from Virginia in 1950 and has bee ...

                                               

Gaza Ridge Barracks

Gaza Ridge Barracks is an Australian Army base in the suburb of Bandiana, located about 5 kilometres to the east of Wodonga, Victoria. Part of the Army Logistic Training Centre is based there. It is also home to The Army Museum Bandiana, home to ...

                                               

RAAF Gingin

RAAF Gingin, sometimes also RAAF Base Gingin or RAAF Base Gin Gin, is a Royal Australian Air Force small military airfield located at Gingin, in Western Australia. Constructed during the 1960s, the airfield is set on 700 hectares 1.700 acres; pre ...

                                               

RAAF Base Glenbrook

RAAF Base Glenbrook is a Royal Australian Air Force military air base located in Glenbrook, in the Lower Blue Mountains, approximately 60 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district in New South Wales, Australia. The base serves as ho ...

                                               

Gorrie Airfield

Gorrie Airfield was a Royal Australian Air Force airfield in the Northern Territory of Australia during World War II located about 10 km north of Larrimah and about 67 km south of Mataranka in what is now the locality of Elsey. The airfield was n ...

                                               

Gould Airfield

Gould Airfield was an airfield south of Batchelor Airfield at Batchelor, Northern Territory, Australia during World War II. The runway was 6.000 ft × 150 ft 1.829 m × 46 m.

                                               

Information Warfare Directorate RAAF

The Information Warfare Directorate of the Royal Australian Air Forces Air Warfare Centre is the Australian Defence Forces central institution dealing with tactical information warfare. Although under the command of the Air Force, the IWD draws p ...

                                               

Information Warfare Division

The Information Warfare Division contains the following branches: Joint Influence Activities Directorate. Space and Communications Defence Signals Intelligence and Cyber Command DSCC Joint Command and Control JC2 Information, Surveillance, Reconn ...

                                               

Jervis Bay Airfield

Jervis Bay Airfield is a military aerodrome in the Jervis Bay Territory in Australia. It is the only aerodrome in the territory and is located about 10 km east of Sussex Inlet; and about 2 km south of Jervis Bay Village and HMAS Creswell. It was ...

                                               

Katherine Airfield

Katherine Airfield was an airfield in the town of Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia that closed in 1978 when civil operations moved to RAAF Base Tindal, 15 km south of Katherine. The site of the airfield is now home to the Katherine Museum.

                                               

Keswick Barracks

Keswick Barracks is a barracks of the Australian Army in Keswick, South Australia. The barracks are located on Anzac Highway adjacent to the Royal Adelaide Showgrounds. The base is separated from the Showgrounds by the Seaford and Belair railway ...

                                               

HMAS Ladava (naval base)

                                               

Latchford Barracks

Latchford Barracks is an Australian Army base in the suburb of Bonegilla, located about 8 kilometres to the east of Wodonga, Victoria. It is named after Colonel E.W. Latchford, MBE, MC. The barracks is the headquarters of the Army Logistic Traini ...

                                               

Lone Pine Barracks

Lone Pine Barracks is an Australian Army base located in New South Wales, 8 kilometres south of Singleton. The barracks is home to the Australian Army School of Infantry, Special Forces Training Centre, Defence Support Group Singleton and other r ...

                                               

HMAS Madang (naval base)

                                               

HMAS Magnetic

                                               

Mount Druitt Aerodrome

Mount Druitt Aerodrome was a Royal Australian Air Force landing ground during World War II at Mount Druitt, New South Wales, Australia. Land was commandeered in March 1942, for the construction of an aerodrome, two aircraft hangars and workshops ...

                                               

No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron RAAF

No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron is Headquartered at RAAF Base Townsville. The squadron has detachments at each of the major RAAF Bases around Australia. It is responsible for providing fixed-base and expeditionary Air Movements support ...

                                               

No. 3 Control and Reporting Unit RAAF

No. 3 Control and Reporting Unit is a Royal Australian Air Force surveillance unit. 3CRU is currently headquartered at RAAF Base Williamtown near Newcastle, New South Wales and is primarily responsible for conducting surveillance of Australias ai ...

                                               

No. 6 Operational Training Unit RAAF

No. 6 Operational Training Unit was a Royal Australian Air Force training unit of World War II. 6 OTU was formed at RAAF Base Nowra on 5 June 1943 to provide DAP Beaufort aircrew with training in torpedo dropping procedures and tactics. 6 OTU was ...

                                               

No. 13 Signals Unit RAAF

No. 13 Signals Unit RAAF was a Royal Australian Air Force signals unit during World War II. The unit formed at Mount Druitt Aerodrome, Mount Druitt, New South Wales on 22 November 1943. On 3 December 1943, the unit travelled to No. 2 Embarkation ...

                                               

No. 85 Wing RAAF

No. 85 Wing was formed on 10 March 1945 at RAAF Base Amberley as a heavy bomber wing. It commanded the B-24 Liberator-equipped No. 12 Squadron and No. 99 Squadron, as well as No. 31 Air Stores Park and No. 85 Operational Base Unit, until it was d ...

                                               

No. 96 Wing RAAF

No. 96 Wing is a fixed-base support wing of the Royal Australian Air Force. 96WG was stood up in 2014 after the renaming of 396ECSW to 96WG. Part of the Combat Support Group, it is responsible for the provision of combat and fixed base support se ...

                                               

No. 321 Expeditionary Combat Support Squadron RAAF

No. 321 Expeditionary Combat Support Squadron was a Royal Australian Air Force ground support squadron based at RAAF Base Darwin near Darwin, Northern Territory. Along with other northern ECSS it was formed after the disbanding of 386ECSS at RAAF ...

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