Picture Gallery

Pictures of the association and 10/27 RSAR serving personnel

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ANZAC Day 2015

RSAR Association, 10/27 Bn serving members & members of predecessor units in the Adelaide ANZAC Day march.
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The Regiment - 2010 to 2013

10/27 Bn RSAR (the active unit) from 2010 to 2013
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RSAR In Earlier Days

The Regiment (and it's antecedent units) prior to 2010
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The Original Battalions 1914-1953

Source: State Library of South Australia and Australian War Memorial
Pte James A Miller, born Surry Hills NSW enlisted 10 Bn at Oaklands SA 27Nov1914, wounded France 28Jun1918, returned to Aust 1919

ANZAC Day 2014

RSAR Association, 10/27 Bn serving members & members of predecessor units in the 2014 Adelaide ANZAC Day march.
ANZAC Day Adelaide (25Apr2014) 16 Air Land Regt

ANZAC Day 2013

RSAR Association, 10/27 Bn serving members & members of predecessor units in the Adelaide ANZAC Day march.
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Centenary Parade

Centenary Parade of the combined units of the 10th/27th Battalion RSAR at the Torrens Parade Ground on Saturday 22nd November 2014. The Parade was lead by the Commanding Officer LTCOL Graham Goodwin and was inspected by the Governor of South Australia, the Honourable Hieu Van Le AO. The Parade culminated in an Advance In Review Order, and the firing of volleys.
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Music from the War Years

THEY CAME! THEY PLAYED! THEY CONQUERED! The band of the 10th/27th Battalion Royal South Australia regiment played to a FULL HOUSE at the Murray Bridge Town Hall on Sunday, with their Centenary of Gallipoli tribute "Music from the War Years." Songs from WW1, WW2 and the Korea and Vietnam Wars kept the crowd singing along and tapping their feet, but also sombre as the history of Gallipoli was read out by MC David Laing. Over 240 soldiers who landed at Gallipoli on ANZAC Day 1915 came from the rural areas around Murray Bridge. The Band, led by Bandmaster SGT David Portakiewicz performed a vast array of songs, including those made famous by Glen Miller, The Beatles and John Schumann. There was hardly a dry eye when Musician Michael Bampton played the Last Post, accompanied by a fanfare from the Band. Well done to the Band of the 10th/27th Battalion, and the Murray Bridge RSL for organizing such a wonderful presentation of good music.
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