Lieutenant Colonel David Millie is an esteemed Friend of the Fort. Apart from being President of the Queenscliff Point Lonsdale RSL, he is a personal friend and an army colleague.
Andrew Kilsby and Greg Swinden, Longueville Media, Woollahra, NSW, 2013. On 26 March 1913, HMAS Melbourne, Australia’s first light armoured, ‘Chatham Class’, cruiser, commissioned at Birkenhead on 18 January 1913, lay alongside Port Melbourne’s Town Pier, on completion of her maiden voyage. On 4 October 1913, Melbourne, along with Australia, Sydney, and the other modern […]
In reviewing this book I must declare “my conflict of interest” as the author is a personal friend and I had the pleasure of launching this riveting narrative of Australia’s most critical period in its history.
by Major General (Retried) John Cantwell, AO, DSC with Greg Bearup. Book Review by Marcus Fielding
Most who have been there, would agree that a visit to the National Vietnam Veterans Museum on Phillip Island is essential for any Australian. Not only does this unique museum present the story of Australia’s involvement in our most contentious conflict with its diverse collection, supported by smart technology, but it is also a sacred […]