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Lieutenant Colonel Glyn Llanwarne, OAM

Glyn was born in Perth, Western Australia and was educated at Christ Church Grammar School . In 1982 he enlisted in the Australian Army Reserve and posted to the Western Australian University Regiment. In 1985 Glyn enlisted in the Australian Regular Army and spent 6 years posted to the 2nd Cavalry Regiment. Glyn remained with 2 Cav Regt until June 90 having been promoted to Corporal on the way.

In July 90, Glyn entered RMC Duntroon and graduated in December 91. He was appointed to the Royal Australian Army Ordnance Corp and has had postings to many units and locations in Australia. While his specialty is logistics he has had several staff and training appointments.

Glyn is a graduate of the Australian Staff and Command College and has a Masters in Management (Defence Studies) from Canberra University. Glyn's active service includes deploying to East Timor from September 99 to February 2000 and deploying to Christmas Island in support of the Australian Governments response to the MV Tampa crisis.

Glyn was recently posted as the Commanding Officer of Joint Logistic Unit (North Queensland ) located in Townsville and then spent six months in Iraq as an embedded officer with the US Head Quarters. He is now posted to Canberra. He was awarded the OAM in the General Division in 2012 for services to veterans and their families.

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Major Bill Wyndham (Retired)

Bill was born in Bendigo Vic, in 1945, soon after which his family moved to Melbourne, where he has lived ever since. Formerly a Project Manager, and Senior Analyst with Telstra, he retired in 2001, allowing him to indulge his hobbies of travelling, reading in particular military history.

Commencing his military service as a National Serviceman Bill served initially from 1966 to 1968, including service in South Vietnam, after which he joined the Army Reserve retiring in 1992 with the rank of Major.

Currently he is the ‘Honorary Historian’, Watsonia RSL Club, Melbourne, a role that has seen him helping families with the military history of the various members of their families, as well as returning recovered service medals, occasionally to the original recipient, but more often these days to their next of kin.

Bill holds graduate and post graduate degrees from both Melbourne and Latrobe universities.

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Captain Scott Revell

Scott was born in Hong Kong in a British Military Hospital but was educated at the Anglican Church Grammar School in Brisbane, Australia. He joined the Australian Army in 1995 becoming the fourth generation military member within the family and became a member of an infantry battalion. After spending two years as a rifleman and DFSW specialist, he was accepted to the Royal Military College Duntroon as a regular army staff cadet in Jan 1997.

Graduating in June 1998 he was allocated to the Royal Australian Signals Corps. Postings included training and land command positions with unit involvement in CHOGM and Sydney Olympics. He saw Active Service in East Timor in September 1999 to February 2000.

Scott transferred to the Army reserves in 2002 where he held a number of corps and non-corps positions and currently is the ADC to the Governor of Queensland and Officer Commanding 140 Sig Elm. In his civilian career he is a IT Manager with Queensland Rail.

Scott is an author and military historian specialising in the German involvment in the Battle of Arnhem. His first book was published in 2010 and is working on a number of others including a book on the 1st Australian Stationary Hospital during WWI. He also has a successful website called Defending Arnhem (www.defendingarnhem.com).

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