Army signals and communications personnel: Then and Now

Large image of a man holding the handset of a 1960s-style corded telephone. He faces several telephone and radio cords. His free hand is outstretched to press buttons on a switchboard surrounded by the cords; inset with a small image of a soldier crouched on burnt ground infront of a modern day fire truck. The soldier holds the handset of a corded telephone. Next to him is a portable satellite tower and a bag.

A member of the 110th Signals Squadron, detached to the 104th Signals Squadron, listening to radio networks within the 1st Australian Task Force (1ATF). Nui Dat, Vietnam, November 1970. AWM Misc/70/0820/VN

An Australian Army soldier Signaller providing tactical satellite communications on the fire ground in Western Australia. Baladonia. Defence 2020012020army000000_2055

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AWM Misc/70/0820/VN and Defence 2020012020army000000_2055
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