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  • CDO Para Wings Brevet-0CDO Para Wings Brevet-0

    CDO Para Wings Brevet

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    Commando (4RAR) parachute wings, as issued to 1CDO Company, 2CDO Regt and past members of 4th Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment (now disestablished). Sold as a single brevet.

    $5.95
  • Lapel Badge Collection

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    Six of the best! A set of all 6 of our remembrance badges, ideal for ANZAC or Remembrance Day commemorations. Usually these badges retail for $5.95 each, a total of $35.70 – between now and Remembrance Day or until stock runs out – whichever comes first, all six are just $19.95.

    $35.70
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    Rosemary Poppy Lapel Badge

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    MSRP: $7.95

    The ideal remembrance lapel symbol, in striking gold and enamels, this badge is appropriate for two commemorations, ANZAC Day (uniquely Australia and New Zealand) and Remembrance Day (all Commonwealth countries). In Australia, the sprig of Rosemary is associated with Anzac Day in Australia, while in New Zealand, the Poppy is the symbol for remembrance on all occasions. Worn correctly, the poppies have leaves that point to 11 o’clock. The badge measures 30mm high and 20mm wide. It’s affixed by a single clutch pin.

    $7.95 $5.95
  • Australian Operational Service Medal Military

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    The OSM has been introduced to replace the Australian Active Service Medal (AASM) and Australian Service Medal for future ADF operations. The OSM will be awarded to ADF members for service on operations recommended and approved as warranting recognition. Each declared operation will be recognised by the standard medal with a unique ribbon for each operation in the same way as the United Nations Medal is awarded.

    $16.00$44.00
  • Name Badges

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    MSRP: $17.95
    $16.50
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    Battle School Framed Credo

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    MSRP: $225.00

    The ideal gift for someone with some time up, and who appreciates the sacrifices made to serve your country. Perfect for the man cave, the den, the shed, mess hall or ESO. The Battle School Credo, originally a small metal sign on the fence at the Battle School HQ in Tully QLD (now the Combat Training Centre – Jungle Training Wing) precision-framed, with the hat badge of your choice. The completed frame measures 600x550mm, ready to hang in your home, office, hall or shed. The quote is attributed to Brigadier George Mansford AO. Each of these frames is painstakingly hand-made and finished so please allow at least 3-4 weeks for design and creation plus a week to ten days for freight. Freight is generally between $35 and $65 on these items, depending on your location.

    $225.00
  • From Baggy Greens to a Blue Suit-0From Baggy Greens to a Blue Suit-0

    From Baggy Greens to a Blue Suit

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    Tony Easterby served as an infantry soldier with the 4th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment from 1964-1969. After a two year break from army service the author decided to re-enlist, in the services once again, and this time as a police officer with the RAAF in 1971. His move from the somewhat casual ‘baggy greens’ of the Army to the ‘blue suit’ of the air force inspired this book. The first part concerning the author’s army service was initially published in 2002 as a novel called ‘GREEN MULES GREEN GIANTS’ The new title of this book made little sense without the inclusion of the author’s time in greens, so it has been updated and included. This book then, is one man’s journey through two military services, army and air force, leaving out most of the harshness associated with military life to concentrate on some of the funnier and interesting times associated with his service life. An interesting life along with a certain fortunate life having survived a parachute malfunction, two mine fields, falling down an open well, wounded in Viet Nam, attacked by a knife wielding airman along with staring down the barrels of a shotgun and a fully loaded .22 Rifle. Both weapons used by the same crazy airman.

    $29.95
  • H&K USP Pistol-0H&K USP Pistol-0

    H&K USP Pistol

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    Heckler & Koch USP Compact .357 SIG Pistol. The choice of police special tactics operation divisions and Australia’s SASR for counter-terrorist use. These are high quality moulded resin reproductions of popular military/law enforcement style weapons. Ideal for mess trophies or personal mementos. Each reproduction is hand cast from quality moulds. Every scratch and dent on the real weapon is reproduced, and reproductions are framed. No metal parts, only one side of the weapon is reproduced for mounting. THis is one of a series of metallic-look plated resin replicas in an open shadow box. TWO LEFT.

    $139.00
  • WAES FESA Diligent Service Medal-0WAES FESA Diligent Service Medal-0

    WAES FESA Diligent Service Medal

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    The WA Emergency Services Diligent Service Medal. Inaugural presentations of the new WA Emergency Services Diligent Service Medal, introduced on 1 January 2005, were held in July and August 2005 for 335 employees, currently serving at that time. The Diligent Service Medal has also been extended to former employees.

    $24.95
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    Lest We Forget Lapel Badge-0Lest We Forget Lapel Badge-0

    Lest We Forget Lapel Badge

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    Lapel badge, featuring a high-quality die-struck emblem representing the three services with a distinctive Gallipoli feel to the badge. The words ‘Lest We Forget’ across the bottom scroll ribbon, the badge is die-struck brass and plated in antique gold. Secured by a single clutch pin, top rear of badge. This high quality gold badge is sought after as a fund raiser in quantities for associations, sub-branches and ex-service organisations world-wide. The badge measures 25mm in diameter, small enough for lapel wear and large enough to make a statement.

    $5.95 $4.90
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    Operational Service Badge: Civilian-0Operational Service Badge: Civilian-0

    Operational Service Badge: Civilian

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    This is the civilian version of the OSB. Before the establishment of the Australian Operational Service Medal (AOSM) in May 2012, those who received the Australian Active Service Medal were also issued with the Returned from Active Service Badge (RASB). Because the AOSM recognises all declared operational service, an Operational Service Badge (OSB) has been established to be issued on the first award of the AOSM.

    The OSB has two versions – military and civilian, to be issued with the respective medal types.

    The RASB will continue to be issued with the AASM for current warlike operations.

    In contrast with the RASB, the OSB may also be issued to the next-of-kin of deceased members to complement the award of the OSM.

    This badge is the highest-quality available, die-struck from one piece brass or copper, and plated. It is not cast from brittle pewter.

    $9.95
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    Operational Service Badge: Military-0Operational Service Badge: Military-0

    Operational Service Badge: Military

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    This is the military version of the OSB. Before the establishment of the Australian Operational Service Medal (AOSM) in May 2012, those who received the Australian Active Service Medal were also issued with the Returned from Active Service Badge (RASB). Because the AOSM recognises all declared operational service, an Operational Service Badge (OSB) has been established to be issued on the first award of the AOSM.

    The OSB has two versions – military and civilian, to be issued with the respective medal types.

    The RASB will continue to be issued with the AASM for current warlike operations.

    In contrast with the RASB, the OSB may also be issued to the next-of-kin of deceased members to complement the award of the OSM.

    This badge is the highest-quality available, die-struck from one piece brass or copper, and plated. It is not cast from brittle pewter.

    $9.95

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