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reserve forces

reserve forces

reserve forces

reserve forces

reserve forces

reserve forces

Reserve Forces Act

Armed Forces Reserve Act

Reserve Forces Act (1955)

Armed Forces Reserve Act

Reserve Forces Act

Armed Forces Reserve Act (1952)

ARTHUR, Christopher Geoffrey (1882 - 1943), Reserve of Officers, Canadian Forces; Overseas Representative Canadian Government Department of Pensions and National Health, Canada House, Trafalgar Square

LEES, Rodney Burnett (born 1944), Defence Services Secretary to the Queen, and Director General of Reserve Forces and Cadets, 1998–2001; Chief Naval Supply Officer, 1998–2000

Roberts, Frederick Sleigh (1832 - 1914), Field-Marshal; Colonel-in-Chief Overseas and Indian Forces in Europe during European War, 1914; Colonel of National (formerly the Veteran) Reserve

HARDING, Peter John (1940 - 2013), Defence Services Secretary to the Queen, Director General of Reserve Forces and Cadets, and Assistant Chief of Defence Staff (Personnel), 1994–98

MORETON, Harold Albert Victor (1889 - 1966), Hon. corresponding member of Institut Historique et Héraldique de France; Canon Residentiary, Librarian and Chancellor of Hereford Cathedral, 1935–64; CF Reserve of Officers since 1939; Chaplain to Forces, 1941–45

RAWS, (William) Lennon (1878 - 1958), Chm. ICI of Australia and New Zealand, Ltd, 1934–47; Pres. Assoc. Chambers of Commerce of Australia, 1925–26; President Melbourne Chamber of Commerce, 1924–25; Chairman Australian Metal Exchange, 1915–23; Chairman Australian National Committee, International Chamber of Commerce, 1940–43; Australian Military Forces, Reserve; Deputy Chancellor Melbourne Univ., 1939–41

DAVENPORT, Cyril James H. (1848 - 1941), late Superintendent of Bookbinding, British Museum; Major on retired list of Auxiliary Forces; Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England, commanded Unit of the National Reserve at the Coronation Procession, 23 July 1911

 

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Persons engaged in part-time or continuous full-time service in the Australian Defence Force, either active or standby. See Defence Act 1903 (Cth) ss 32A, 50 and 50D and Defence (Personnel) Regulations 2002 (Cth) regs 5, 64–70 and 124–125.

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