On the morning of 13 May 1968, after a battle at Fire Support Base Coral, an Australian soldier searches the body of a North Vietnamese soldier killed in fighting just a few hours before. Behind him a bulldozer already carrying at least one corpse waits to load this corpse as well. ~ Vietnam War

soldiers fighting in the vietnam war searches the body of a North Vietnamese soldier killed in fighting .

Australian soldiers emerging from the jungle after a patrol in North Borneo in 1965. The men are members of the 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment (3 RAR), the first Australian battalion to be directly involved in the Indonesian Confrontation. They are returning to a base at Stass, close to the border between Sarawak and Indonesian-controlled Kalimantan.

Armed with Self Loading Rifles, unidentified members of D Company (D Coy), Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment returning from a jungle patrol to their forward company base at .

Soldiers from 3 RAR dismount from 5th Aviation Regiment CH-47 Chinooks during Exercise Hamel 2014 at the Tolga Turf Club near Atherton on July 13. Photographer: Corporal Mark Doran

Soldiers from 3 RAR dismount from Aviation Regiment Chinooks during Exercise Hamel 2014 at the Tolga Turf Club near Atherton on July Photographer: Corporal Mark Doran

25 May 2006. RAAF moves 3 RAR Battalion Group to Dili, Timor Leste "OPERATION ASTUTE" RAAF C-130, B-707 and AP-3C Aircraft involved.

25 May 2006. RAAF moves 3 RAR Battalion Group to Dili, Timor Leste "OPERATION ASTUTE" RAAF C-130, B-707 and AP-3C Aircraft involved.

Infantrymen from the 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment (3 RAR) in Borneo in May 1965. They are on patrol near the border between the North Borneo state of Sarawak and the Indonesian-controlled area of Kalimantan. The Section Commander, Corporal Mial Bingarape, is taking a compass reading. Australian soldiers in Borneo found that the tactic of using small four-man patrols worked well in the rugged and densely wooded terrain.

Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment RAR) in Borneo in May

Terendak, Malaya. 1964-10-29. Captured Indonesian infiltrators emerge from the jungle, south of Terendak, under the guard of soldiers from 'D' Company, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR).

Malaya, 29 October captured infiltrators emerge from the jungle near Sungei Kesang, South of Terendak. D Coy 3 RAR troops guard them

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Singapore and particularly Changi was one of the most important locations at which Allied POWs were interned in World War II.

Sarawak, British North Borneo, 1965: soldiers of 3 RAR board a Belvedere helicopter to search for Indonesian infiltrators

Australian Army 3 RAR soldiers board an RAF Bristol Belvedere helicopter to search for Indonesian infiltrators – Sarawak, North Borneo

Australian troops Photo taken by Denis Gibbons, an Australian reporter.

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3 RAR Trains For Vietnam 1970 - http://mycityportal.net/vietnam/3-rar-trains-for-vietnam-1970/ - #1970, #Trains, #Vietnam

Robert Hugh Frederick Poate, 23, a private from 6 RAR serving with the 3 RAR Task Group was shot and killed by a member of the Afghan National Army on 30 August 2012

Robert Hugh Frederick Poate, a private from 6 RAR serving with the 3 RAR Task Group was shot and killed by a member of the Afghan National Army on 30 August 2012

3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

3 RAR TF S6 Cell Royal Australian Regiment Shirt $17.76

3 RAR TF S6 Cell Royal Australian Regiment Shirt $17.76

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