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GAME ON DOWN UNDER: Launching the 2018 Sydney Invictus Games, Prince Harry talks about what inspired him to create the event. – Pages 1 and 3.

WATERY GRAVE: We honour the memory of the 21 sailors who lost their lives on board HMAS Kuttabul when it was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine 75 years ago. – Pages 2 and centre.

LIFE-SAVING WORK: Lessons flowed both ways for our medical personnel contributing to humanitarian relief training in the Asia Pacific region. – Pages 4-5.



WORLD STAGE: Don’t miss our coverage of Prince Harry launching the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney – COVER, Page 2.

COMBAT VALOUR: We chat to an Aussie pilot recently awarded the US Marine Corps Air Medal with Combat Valour for his action during a firefight in Helmand province, Afghanistan – Page 3.

UNMANNED CAPABILITY: A new world-class surveillance and reconnaissance capability recently approved by government will give our soldiers an edge on the frontline – Page 4.

SHOW OF FIREPOWER: Cannons thundered and tracers flew over the range at Puckapunal as Army’s potential new fighting vehicles showed off their weapons earlier this month – Page 7.

TRIBUTE TO A FORGOTTEN WAR: The National Boer War Memorial takes pride of place on Anzac Parade in Canberra – Page 9.

EXCITING TIMES AHEAD: The Chief of Army explains the workforce alignment of Plan Beersheba – Page 10-11.

47 LEAVES A MARK: Soldiers of 6RAR are impressed with Army’s new grenade launcher – Centre.



HARRY’S HEROES: With royal aplomb, Prince Harry launches the official countdown to the Sydney 2018 Invictus Games. – Page 3.

‘ONE NIGHT OVER HAMBURG WE LOST 90 PLANES’: The vivid recollections of the airmen of Bomber Command who took part in WWII commemorations. – Page 2, centrespread.

CUTTING-EDGE SKILLS: Exercise Diamond Spear hits the mark by testing ground-to-air communication using tactical data links. – Page 5.

And in sport: Results from the annual Australian rules Bofu Cup; making a splash in ADF water polo; and our ADF surfers beat the Brits. – Pages 23-24.

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