Out of sight, out of mind
The Royal Australian Navy in Vietnam.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind identifies and dispels various myths which have developed around the importance of sea transport and logistical support. John Carroll argues for a new appreciation of the service of the 13,000 members of the Royal Australian Navy who participated in this vitally important task. Many of the illustrations in the book were taken by serving military personnel which gives them an immediacy and poignancy lacking in official photographs.
Soft cover, 216 pages.
As reviewed in Wartime magazine issue 65 – the official magazine of the Australian War Memorial.