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Top army officer pays tribute to war veterans

April 26, 2024 6:53 am in by
Commanding Officer and Chief Instructor at Singleton’s School of Inventory, Lieutenant Colonel Jarrod Brook . Image: Darren Cutrupi

The Upper Hunter’s top military officer has paid tribute to Australian troops who perished during World War One in Gallipoli.

An estimated two-thousand people attended the morning service yesterday at Burdekin Park in Singleton.

Representatives of numerous local organisations from emergency services through to Legacy, the Red Cross and local schools joined veterans’ families in laying wreaths at the Cenotaph during the service.

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Commanding Officer and Chief Instructor at Singleton’s School of Inventory Lieutenant Colonel Jarrod Brook told the service…the sacrifice of our diggers should never be forgotten.

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