Vietnam, National Service Scheme
The National Service Scheme operated from November 1964 to December 1972. It was based on a birthday ballot of 20-year-old men who had registered with the Department of Labour and National Service. Those chosen by ballot were called up to perform two years' continuous full-time service in the Regular Army Supplement, followed by three years' part-time service in the Regular Army Reserve. The scheme was designed to create an army strength of 40,000 full-time soldiers.
- Document: Appendix from the Vietnam official history
Transcript of the Appendix from the Vietnam official history : Peter Edwards, A nation at war: Australian politics, society and diplomacy during the Vietnam War 1965–1975 (Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 1997)
- Nominal Roll of Vietnam Veterans
Department of Veterans' Affairs nominal roll
- Australia's Vietnam War: exploring the combat actions of the 1st Australian Task Force