Monday 06 April, 2020
6.00pm - 7.00pm
Radio Adelaide 101.5FM
ON SERVICE VOICES – MONDAY 06.04.2020 FROM 6 TO 7PM ADELAIDE TIME (OR LISTEN AGAIN ANY TIME AFTER 7PM)
JOHN MCGOWAN 3RAR VETERAN: INTO THE MIND
Army life in 1968 looked ‘so darned exciting’ to outdoorsy type 17year old John. A tour of duty in Vietnam was to colour that outlook, but it didn’t come to full recognition until much later when the Vietnam experience had already impacted severely on John’s life, and he’d developed techniques to hide it. His wife told him to write about it… As Leaves Are Prey To Wind.
PETER JESSER: MENTAL HEALTH & THE PIB
The Papuan Infantry Battalion of WW2 saw many atrocities committed by the Japanese invaders. How did they deal with it? What happened after the war? Peter says that a golden opportunity was missed by PNG after the war to involve PIB Veterans in the leadership of their country. Why?
JANE MITTA-ALDERSON: HEADSTONE PROJECT UPDATE
Jane’s role in the Headstone Project… what are the hurdles to overcome… where the graves are located; Returned WW1 Veterans (including women), and the difficulties they faced; Commemoration and how that’s changed over the century following WW1.
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