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Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Ralph Edwin Blewitt, Rifleman, 2RAR Vietnam 67-68. He's back there for the Anzac Day service in Long Tan - I've just recorded this interview with him.

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Ralph's been out and about today walking through the rubber plantation at Long Tan - the area of operations he patrolled as an Australian Army rifleman in his country's service in 67/68.

Tomorrow morning Ralph will be at the dawn service at the Long Tan memorial in the rubber plantation where 18 Australian men were killed in action.   Lest we forget.

 



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