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Australian War Animal Memorial Organisation Inc.

Australia Post commemorates a century of animals in war in new stamp issue!

Posted by on Oct 23, 2015 in News | 0 comments

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Australian Army Veterinary Troop conduct Skill at Arms Display in Norco, USA!

Posted by on Oct 3, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Australian Army Veterinary Troop in Norco...

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School Educational Material

Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in For Schools, Schools | 0 comments

The aim of this information is to recognize the deeds of animals during Australian military service and to educate generations to follow of the sacrifices of four legged diggers have made. Military service is defined by the AWAM as peace or war operations or employment. War Animals are defined by the AWAM as any animal breed used by the ADF or used in ADF service. This will include all past and present conflicts and operational roles such as: Military Working Dogs ADF Mascots Equines Pigeons Camels Marine Mammals Other native and exotic animal used in aid or comfort of defence personnel. Throughout history, in war and in peacetime, animals and mankind have worked alongside each other. As beasts of burden, messengers, protectors, mascots, and friends, these war animals have demonstrated true valour and an enduring partnership with humans. The...

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Acknowledging Our Animals

Posted by on Apr 11, 2015 in News | 0 comments

By Senior Constable Nigel Allsop The Queensland Police Service memorial is a focal point for our fallen comrades and an inspiration and grieving point for many, especially on Remembrance Day each year on 29 September. To recognise the sacrifices of our comrades, We rightly honour them by displaying their individual names on our Service’s...

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Australian War Dog coins make a great Christmas Present

Posted by on Dec 11, 2014 in News | 0 comments

This is a first class coin set that would make a beautiful present for a loved one. $10 from each sale gets donated to AWAMO to help us establish our main memorial to war animals in Toowoomba. Visit www.greatsouthernlandcollectables.com.au...

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