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Vale Donald Matthew "Don" James

Donald passed away on the 6th August 2018.  He served in 104 Sig Sqn in South Vietnam from 26th April 1967 to 29th  March 1968 and was the Troop Commander (Capt) of Comcen Troop.  He also served in other RASigs units including 130 Sig Sqn as the OC in 1971-73.

Funeral details:

Wednesday 15th August 2018 at  2.30 pm
Parkview Chapel, Allambi Crematorium, Nerang / Broadbeach Rd, Nerang

The wake will be held afterwards  at the Southport RSL.

Rest in Peace Don


Vale Philip James "Barabas" Barbary

Philip passed away 12th July 2018 and served in 104 Sig Sqn South Vietnam from 18th  Mar 1971
to 18th Nov 1971.

Funeral details TBA.

Rest in Peace Barabas


Vale Robin Leslie "Rob" Weirman

Robin passed away 11th May 2018 and served in 104 Sig Sqn in South Vietnam from 13th Apr 1971 to 9th Dec 1971.  He also served in South Vietnam on the AS3051 'John Monash' with 32 Small Ship Squadron (RAE) in  6th Dec 1968 to 10th Jan 1969 and 10th Feb 1969 to 15th Mar 1969.  

Rob also served in a number of other RASigs units.

Rob funeral will be held at 12 noon Thursday 17th May 2018 at the
Norwood Crematorium in Mitchell, ACT.

Rest in Peace Rob


Signals Coral Balmoral Veterans awarded the UCG

Signals Coral Balmoral Veterans
Gee it looks good and still looks new after 50 years!

The Signals Coral Balmoral Veterans that were involved in the battle in South Vietnam, May/June 1968 have been awarded the Unit Citation for Gallantry (UCG).  All members  who were part of the 1st Australian Task Force (Forward) [1ATF (Fwd)] will receive the award.  The Signal veterans were from 104 Sig Sqn (Fwd) and detachments from 110 Sig Sqn (Force Signals), 547 Sig Tp (SIGINT) plus the 53rd Sig Bn (US Army).  Signalman Alexander Young from 104 Sig Sqn was KIA during the battle and three other 104 Sig Sqn members WIA.

While the battle veterans will receive this award, many Signals veterans on the other end of the communication links sadly will not.  Your contribution will never be forgotten by the 1ATF (Fwd) battle veterans.  There are also many unnamed battles that occurred in South Vietnam that Signals had involvement which were not acknowledged.  We the 'Battle Prontos' will wear the UCG on behalf of all Signals Vietnam Veterans - we all did our country proud!

For details on Signals at the Battle of Coral Balmoral and many photos go to: 
www.coral-balmoral.au104.org
(See menu options for photos from FSPB's Coral and Balmoral)

UCG

Rest in Peace Alex


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