Soldiers of 5 Platoon, 7 RAR Poster

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On 26 August 1967 members of 5 Platoon, B Company, 7RAR were lifted by United States Army Iroquois UH-1D helicopters from their location beside the road leading to Dat Do, and returned to their base at Nui Dat in Phoc Tuy Province. These soldiers had completed the cordon and search of the village of Phoc Hai, part of Operation Ulmarra. This iconic image is etched on the Vietnam memorial on Anzac parade in Canberra. Souvenir poster measures 59.3 x 42 cm. Based on collection image EKN/67/0130/VN

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