ANZAC DAY BRISBANE
25 APRIL 2009
Anzac Day 2010
I had the honour again today to march with the veterans of 460 Squadron RAAF. My late father-in-law, John Goulevitch, was a member of 460 Squadron RAAF.
After the march the 460 Squadron group traditionally retires to the Irish Club in Elizabeth Street, for a meal and few friendly drinks to remember their mates who did not return.
This is what it's all about - Mateship
Two veterans supporting each other, on their way to the Anzac Day March
An "L" Plate Air Force Guard Dog
Aren't I cute!
RAAF Air Force Military Working Dog
RAAF Air Force Military Working Dogs and their handlers
Australian Army Military Working Dogs and their handlers
RAAF Left Hand Drive Jeep - 11 Squadron
RAAF. I used
the drive one of these at Garbutt Air Base on Annual Camps
Jeeps in line in Elizabeth Street waiting to carry veterans in the Anzac Day parade
Veteran climbing on board his Jeep in Elizabeth Street via a specially designed platform
Post WWII Veterans of 35 Squadron RAAF assemble in William Street beside the Casino
The 460 Squadron Banner
group waiting before the start of the march.
L to R:- Barbara Woods, Laurie Woods, Ray Evans, Reg Plath, Hilary Bayliss,
Don Cummings, George Williams, and Cameron Williams (George's grandson)
460 Squadron marching down Adelaide Street
Taking a rest break after finishing the march
Vietnam Veteran Motorcycles line both side of Elizabeth Street in the vicinity of the Irish Club
Emmanuel College Band inside the Irish Club
Two tables of 460 Squadron veterans and families at the Irish Club after the march
Some Irish dancing at the Irish Club. They put on an excellent show.
A short movie
of the Irish Dancing
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