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4 RAR ASSOCIATIONS OF AUSTRALIA
THE FIGHTING FOURTH
MALAYSIA/BORNEO - SOUTH VIETNAM - EAST TIMOR/TIMOR LESTE - IRAQ - AFGHANISTAN
Welcome to the 4 RAR Associations of Australia website
4 RAR Colours
RAR Cap Badge
Their Service . . . . Our Heritage
We Will Remember Them
the motto of the Royal Australian Regiment
© 2014-2019 www.4rarassociationsaustralia.com
4 RAR Associations of Australia was originally dedicated and available to all 4 RAR not-for-profit State associations devoted to providing former members of the 4th Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment and all units linked to the history of the battalion, [4 RAR, 4 RAR/NZ (ANZAC), 2/4 RAR, 4 RAR (Commando)] with information on forthcoming events, reunions and matters of general interest, hence the name. Over time, some state associations have elected not to utilize this resource thereby resulting in the notification of events, reunions and other matters of interest currently being primarily devoted to the founding association of this website - 4 RAR Association, Qld Incorporated.
Notwithstanding, this website continues to provide a reference source for those wanting to research the history of the Battalion, its formation and overseas operations, and includes the Honour, Nominal Rolls and the Passing Parade of those who served in this distinguished battalion, and more. Associations may change, but this website will always be about 4 RAR.
Commemorating all 4 RAR personnel who fought for Australia's cause and gave their lives for it, and those who have since marched on. Lest we forget.
3 January 2019