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Regimental Sergeant Major Of The Army
Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army
Sergeant Major of the Army
(RSM-A) is the most senior Warrant Officer
Warrant Officer
in the Australian Army. It is a singular appointment – it is only held by one person at any time. RSM-A holds the unique rank of Warrant Officer
Warrant Officer
(WO) which is senior to Warrant Officer
Warrant Officer
Class One. The special insignia for the RSM-A is the Australian coat of arms with a wreath around it
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Gallipoli Barracks
Enoggera Barracks
Enoggera Barracks
(also known as Gallipoli Barracks) is an Australian Army base in the northwestern Brisbane
Brisbane
suburb of Enoggera in Queensland. It was officially established in the early 20th century when the area was used for field training, although the area was used by military units as far back as the mid-19th century
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9th Brigade (Australia)
World War IWestern FrontThe 9th Brigade is a Reserve formation of the Australian Army headquartered at Keswick Barracks in Keswick, South Australia, with elements located in Tasmania, South Australia, New South Wales and the Northern Territory.Contents1 History 2 Current structure 3 Notes 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The 9th Brigade was originally formed as part of the First Australian Imperial Force for service during the First World War. Consisting of four infantry battalions—the 33rd, 34th, 35th and 36th Battalions[2]—the brigade was formed in 1916 and attached to the 3rd Division. After training in Australia, the brigade was shipped to England before being committed to the fighting on the Western Front in France and Belgium in November 1916. Its first major battle came mid-1917 when it took part in the Battle of Messines
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6th Brigade (Australia)
First World WarGallipoli Campaign Western FrontSecond World WarNew Guinea campaign New Britain campaignInsigniaUnit Colour PatchThe 6th Combat Support Brigade
Brigade
is an Australian Army
Australian Army
brigade. First formed during the First World War as an infantry unit of the Australian Imperial Force, the brigade served at Gallipoli and in France and Belgium on the Western Front. In the 1920s, as part of a reorganisation of the Australian Army, it became part of the 3rd Military District of the Citizens Military Force, encompassing units from Victoria and South Australia. In 1991, it became part of the Ready Reserve Scheme, based at Enoggera Barracks, in Brisbane, Queensland, before being disbanded in 1996 when the scheme was discontinued
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7th Brigade (Australia)
World War IGallipoli campaign Western FrontWorld War IINew Guinea campaign Bougainville campaignInsigniaUnit Colour Patch7th Brigade
Brigade
is a combined arms formation or brigade of the Australian Army. The brigade was first raised in 1915 as part of the First Australian Imperial Force and saw action at Gallipoli and on the Western Front during World War I. Following the end of the war the brigade was disbanded before being re-raised in 1921 as part of the Citizens Force (later known as the Militia). During World War II the brigade took part in the fighting against the Japanese in New Guinea and on Bougainville. Today, the 7th Brigade
Brigade
is part of Forces Command and is based in Brisbane, Queensland
Brisbane, Queensland
and is composed mainly of units of the Regular Army
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16th Aviation Brigade (Australia)
The 16th Aviation
Aviation
Brigade (16 Avn Bde) commands all the Australian Army aviation units and has technical control of the Army Aviation Training Centre reporting to Forces Command.[1][2] The Brigade was formed on 2 April 2002 by combining Headquarters Divisional Aviation (Operational Command) and Headquarters Aviation
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17th Combat Service Support Brigade (Australia)
The 17th Combat Service Support Brigade (17 CSS Brigade) currently commands the Australian Army's deployable operational level logistics units. Raised on 20 May 2006, the brigade was formerly known as the Logistic Support Force (LSF), and is made up of varied logistic corps and trades. It encompasses both reserve and full-time units, geographically dispersed throughout Australia. Headquartered in Sydney, New South Wales its primary deployable command element is the Force Support Group. The units of the brigade are responsible for providing third line or 'general' support within an area of operations.[2] Current structure[edit]145th Signals Squadron 2nd Force Support Battalion (Reserve) 9th Force Support Battalion 10th Force Support Battalion 1st Close Health Battalion 2nd General Health Battalion 3rd Health Support Battalion (Reserve) 1st Military Police Battalion 1st Psychology UnitNotes[edit]^ The Australian Army
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2nd Division (Australia)
6 Brigades ~10,000 soldiersMarch 'Pozieres' (arr Allis)EngagementsWorld War I Gallipoli
Gallipoli
Campaign Western FrontCommandersCurrent commander Major General Stephen PorterNotable commanders Major General Iven Mackay Major General Herbert LloydThe 2nd Division commands all the reserve brigades in Australia. These are the 4th in Victoria, the 5th and 8th in New South Wales, the 9th in South Australia
South Australia
and Tasmania, the 11th in Queensland
Queensland
and the 13th in Western Australia. The division is also responsible for the security of Australia's northern borders through its Regional Force Surveillance Units. The division was first formed in 1915 during World War I as part of the First Australian Imperial Force
First Australian Imperial Force
(1st AIF), and served in the Gallipoli Campaign
Gallipoli Campaign
and on the Western Front
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4th Brigade (Australia)
World War IGallipoli campaign Western FrontWorld War II New Guinea
New Guinea
campaign New Britain campaignCommandersCurrent commander Brigadier Douglas LaidlawNotable commandersGeneral Sir John Monash Hon. Major General Greg Garde AO, RFD, QC Major General Jim Barry, AM, MBE, RFD, ED[citation needed] Brigadier Robert Marsh, RFD – now Director-General ReservesInsigniaUnit Colour PatchThe 4th Brigade
Brigade
is a brigade-level formation of the Australian Army. Originally formed in September 1914 for service during World War I, elements of the brigade served at Gallipoli and in the trenches on the Western Front before being disbanded in 1919. In 1921, the brigade was re-raised as a unit of Australia's part-time military forces, based in the state of Victoria. During World War II the brigade served in the New Guinea
New Guinea
and New Britain campaigns
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5th Brigade (Australia)
First World WarGallipoli Western FrontInsigniaUnit Colour Patch5th Brigade
Brigade
is a brigade of the Australian Army. Raised for overseas service in 1915 as part of the Australian Imperial Force during the First World War, the brigade served during the Gallipoli Campaign
Gallipoli Campaign
and on the Western Front. During the inter-war years, it was re-raised as a part-time formation as part of Citizens Military Force. It undertook garrison duties in Australia
Australia
during the Second World War, but was not deployed overseas before being disbanded in 1944
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8th Brigade (Australia)
8th Brigade is an Australian Army
Australian Army
Reserve formation. It is headquartered in Sydney, and has subordinate units in various locations around New South Wales and the rest of Australia.Contents1 History 2 Structure 3 Facilities 4 See also 5 ReferencesHistory[edit] 8th Brigade traces it origins to 1912 when it was formed as a Militia Brigade. The 8th AIF Brigade fought as part of the 5th Division in World War 1, serving on the Western Front
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11th Brigade (Australia)
The 11th Brigade
Brigade
is an Australian Army
Australian Army
brigade which currently comprises most Australian Army
Australian Army
Reserve units located in Queensland. The Brigade
Brigade
was first formed in early 1916 as part of the 3rd Division and saw action during World War I
World War I
and World War II. The current commander of the 11th Brigade
Brigade
is Brigadier Tim O'Brien.Contents1 Brigade
Brigade
Structure 2 Brigade
Brigade
Locations 3 Notes 4 References Brigade
Brigade
Structure[edit] Currently 11 Brigade
Brigade
is an Army Reserve formation under command of the 2nd Division. Its deployable force element, trained during the Ready year under Plan Beersheba, is known as Battlegroup CANNAN
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Forces Command (Australia)
Forces Command (FORCOMD) is the largest command within the Australian Army responsible for the combat brigades, the enabling and training formations reporting to the Chief of the Army with approximately 85% of the Army’s personnel.[1][2][3] The Command was formed on 1 July 2009 with the amalgamation of Land Command and Training Command,[4] and is led by a major general as the Commander Forces Command (COMD FORCOMD).Contents1 History 2 Structure 3 Commander Forces Command 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] On 27 September 2008 the Chief of Army, Lieutenant General Ken Gillespie, announced a restructure of the army command structure named Adaptive Army.[5] The structure had remained nearly the same since the Hassett Review restructure in 1973 of Land Command and Training Command.[6] Structure[edit] Further information: Structure of the Australian ArmyHeadquarters, Forces Command (Victoria Barracks, New South Wales)1st Brigade[7]Headquarters, 1st Brigade
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13th Brigade (Australia)
First World WarWestern FrontSecond World WarHome Front New Britain campaignCommandersNotable commanders Brigadier Thomas Glasgow (1916–18) Brigadier Sydney Herring
Sydney Herring
(1918–19)The 13th Brigade is an Army Reserve formation of the Australian Army. Originally formed in 1916, the brigade fought on the Western Front during World War I
World War I
and in the New Britain Campaign
New Britain Campaign
during World War II. It is currently headquartered at Perth in Western Australia
Australia
and has units located across the state in locations such as Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Albany, Katanning, Joondalup and Rockingham. The current brigade was formed in 1988 and is tasked with the protection of Western Australia
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Special Forces Of Australia
The special forces of the Australian Defence Force are units of Special Operations Command and associated units of the Royal Australian Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force that conduct and or support special operations to advance and protect the national security of the Commonwealth of Australia.[1] The special forces of Australia have a lineage to a variety of units raised in the Second World War such as the Independent and Commando Companies, Z Special Unit, Navy Beach Commandos, and the Coastwatchers.[2][3] Australian special forces have most recently been deployed to Iraq in Operation Okra as the Special Operations Task Group, as the Special Operations Task Group in Afghanistan, in Afghanistan in support of the Australian Secret Intelligence Service and regularly for counter-terrorism pre-deploy to locations of major domestic events throughout Australia in readiness to support law enforcement such as the 2014 G20 Brisbane summit.[4][5]Contents1 History 2 Command a
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