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Pearson Ready To Set New Security Standard For Australia starstarstarstarstar   28th July 2010 - Views: 540 Pearson’s renowned biometric security system and cutting edge testing technology is now available in Australia and awaiting approval by the Australian Commonwealth Government.

Last Major Exercise For Australia's F-111s starstarstarstarstar   23rd July 2010 - Views: 452 Last Major Exercise For Australia's F-111s Four F-111s from No. 6 Squadron RAAF Amberley, Qld are taking part in the exercise which commenced on 16 July. After 37 years, the iconic F-111s are the longest current serving aircraft in the Royal Australian Air Force’s fleet.

Search And Rescue Off Solomon Islands starstarstarstarstar   23rd July 2010 - Views: 454 Search And Rescue Off Solomon Islands Unable to locate the vessel and its three crew members using local aircraft, Solomon Island authorities contacted the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) on Thursday afternoon the 22nd of July requesting assistance.

Local Defence Supports The Big Roll starstarstarstarstar   23rd July 2010 - Views: 506 Local Defence Supports The Big Roll Volunteers from ALTC will commence their wheelchair push from Chiltern to Albury on Tuesday 27 Jul and will be met by members of 4 CSSB approximately 5 kilometres South of Albury for a combined push with ALTC into Albury.

Australian Ww1 Soldier Laid To Rest starstarstarstarstar   23rd July 2010 - Views: 460 Australian Ww1 Soldier Laid To Rest World War I soldier, Private Alan James Mather was today laid to rest with full military honours in a solemn ceremony held by the Australian Army at the Prowse Point Military Cemetery, Ploegsteert, Belgium.

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