The Ambassador attended a grant presentation at the occasion of the competition ’I am an Australian soldier’ [fr]
On the 2nd March 2012, the Ambassador of France in Australia, H.E. Mr. Stéphane Romatet, attended a grant presentation at the occasion of the competition ’I am an Australian soldier’ which increase the soldier’s awareness of the military history.
The ceremony was held in the Chief of the Army’s office, at the Russel headquarters in Canberra.
These soldiers granted will soon visit the WWI battlefields of France where the ANZAC troops fought and fell.
From left to right: Warrant Officer Dave Ashley, OAM, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army; Corporal Nathan Meers, Physical Training Instructor au 1st recruit battalion, Blamey Barracks, Kapooka (NSW); Stéphane Romatet, Ambassador of France; Lieutenant General David Morrison, AO, Chief of the Army; Corporal Michael Munday, Patrol commander in Kimberley Squadron of the NORFORCE at Broome (WA); Corporal Kylie Walters, Operator Administrative at the 5th régiment helicopter regiment of Townsville (QLD)
Last updated 08/03/2012