Seeking recognition

On August 18, 1966, 108 Australian soldiers were ambushed by the Viet Cong in what would become known as the Vietnam War’s Battle of Long Tan. Against all odds, the Aussies won the fight. Now, the man who led them to victory is fighting to have his troops recognised with the highest honour.

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