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President: Duncan Souter

Snr Vice Pres: Robert Tompsett
1/160 Julia Flynn Ave Isaacs ACT 2607.

Jnr Vice Pres: Ted Fitzpatrick.
43 Callaghan St. Evatt ACT 2617
Ph 02 62587259 or Mob: 0423 756 048

Secretary: Soucila Tompsett 
1/160 Julia Flynn Ave Isaacs ACT 2607. 
Ph: 0414 915 214

Treasurer: Neal Gist.
61 Macfarlane Burnet Ave.
McGregor. ACT. 2615.
Phone:02 62553298. Mob 0407502494.
Email: cantreas@nscfaa.org.au

A/Secretary: Alan Williams:
10 Balsillie Cres Monash ACT 2904:
Ph: 02 6292 5244
Norm Barty
Barry McLean
Wal Beckhouse
Max Bunter
Alan Williams
Tim O'Halloran

Res Forces Rep 
Ian Sayers

QM Ted Fitzpatrick : Ph 02 62587259
E-mail valented@tadaust.org.au

Meets on 3rd Sunday 10.30am of each month at
Southern Cross Club, Phillip ACT. Victoria, West Australia,
SA and International Members are attached to ACT Branch.

Reserve Forces Day.

National Service Day
will be celebrated in Canberra
on the nearest weekend to 14th February

All Mail Must go to The Secretary

Quartely Reports: TBA

Photos from Christmas Lunch Cruise on Lake Burley Griffin 2016

Photos from Joadja Bus Trip  Oct 2017


Tuggeranong Town Park Bartlet Place Greenway

The Canberra and Districts National Service Memorial honours the men from Canberra and the surrounding districts, who were conscripted for compulsory service within Australia's armed forces. The first conscription occurred over the period 1911 1915. It was re introduced during the Second World War (over the period 1940 1945, with conscripts seeing operational service in the South¬West Pacific Zone); over the period 1951 1959 and again from 1965 1972 (with a number of these conscripts serving overseas in Malaysia or South Vietnam). The Memorial also acknowledges those members, of both the Australian regular and reserve armed forces, with whom the national servicemen served along side.

The Memorial is made from Yellowstone rock and bears a descriptive plaque.

The Memorial's Badge:

National Service and Combined Forces Association (ACT): A F1 Hornet fighter aircraft above a pair of crossed Lee Enfield .303 rifles; all backed by a stylized Admiralty anchor (representing the Royal Australian Air Force, the Australian Military Forces and the Royal Australian Navy respectively).

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