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Wearing your medals on ANZAC Day

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Wearing your medals on ANZAC Day

We posted this content on our Facebook page on ANZAC Eve, to help people be prepared, and ensure they wear their replica or original medals correctly: On the eve of ANZAC Day we at Foxhole would like to take the opportunity to provide some clear guidance on the wearing of replica medals: 1. If you have earned the medals then you wear them on the Left side of the chest, this applies to all medals authorized for wear by the Governor Generals Office. All state and federal awards are worn on the right side of the chest (not to be...

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The story of how Tim Britten won his Cross of Valour

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The story of how Tim Britten won his Cross of Valour

Tim Britten CV.   At approximately 11.30pm on the 12th October, 2002, following a terrorist bombing in Bali, Constable Timothy Britten placed his life in danger by repeatedly entering the burning Sari Club to rescue a seriously injured woman and to search for survivors.  Constable Britten, a West Australia police officer on secondment to the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in East Timor, was in Bali on leave. As he walked to his hotel, he heard an explosion that he recognised as a bomb blast. He immediately ran approximately 800 metres towards the Sari Club, through narrow streets blocked by hundreds of...

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