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May 23, 2013
Anzac Day Flightline
left, FLTLT Ajitha
Wyer and Hollie
for a photo before
participating in the
Anzac Day march
through the city of
Brisbane. Photo: LACW
Right, Air Force
Major SGT Adam
Engle before the
the main street of
Wagga Wagga on
Anzac Day. Photo:
CPL Cam Scott
ISTANBUL BAZAAR: Above, Australia's Federation Guard member LAC
Luke Greene at the Grand Bazaar during a cultural tour of Istanbul in the
lead up to Anzac Day activities in Gallipoli, France and Belgium.
Photo: CPL Raymond Vance
FRENCH GUARD: Right inset, AC Mathew Mitchell, of Australia's
Federation Guard, during preparations for the Villers-Bretonneux ceremony
Photo: CPL Melina Young
ON APPEAL: Below, trainees ACW Kerrilee Ashton and AC Luke Papp
Marsden sell pins for the Anzac Day appeal outside the Melbourne Cricket
Ground before the Anzac Day march between Essendon and Collingwood.
Photo: AB Dove Smithett
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