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Centenary of Submarines Magazine
 
Centenary of Submarines Magazine price: $10.00



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This is a 170 page high quality commemorative magazine produced to celebrate the Centenary of Australian Submarines

MESSAGES AND INTRODUCTIONS

7 Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia
9 Chief of Navy
11 Head of Submarine Profession

THE SUBMARINE INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

  1. 13  Message from SIA President

  2. 14  The next 100 years in submarines

THE SUBMARINES ASSOCIATION AUSTRALIA

16 Message from SAA President 18 Formation of the SAA

  1. 22  SAA Welfare Successor Foundation

  2. 23  In Memoriam Malcolm Hardy

FREMANTLE CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS

25 Minister of Defence - Welcome to Fremantle
27 Welcome from Fremantle Mayor
28-29 Fremantle programme November 2014
30 March of the Silent Service

SUBMARINES IN AUSTRALIA

32 The Role of Submarines in Maritime Strategy 36 Long range submarines for Australia

THE HISTORY

40 1914-1915
The introduction of the first submarines AE1 and AE2
We feature some legends stories, and we share the AE2 Commemorative Foundation’s dived survey inside HMAS AE2 in JUNE 2014.

64 1919-1960

A variety of submarines from J class, K class, M class all told through recollections and tales from Commanders and authors over the 1919 to 1940s period.
X-craft and the Kiwi’s.
WW II period.

90 1960-1990

OBERON CLASS RAN

The Oberon class in the RAN, this era is covered through personal recollections, excerpts from books and unpublished works, plus a ‘rescue at sea’.
The Dolphins - a brief history.

Holbrook museum.

124 1990-2014

This period has seen changes in technology, the Collins class and roles for submariners have developed.
In this section we trace the history of women in
RAN and submarines.

Interviews with four Collins class submariners give insite into today’s submariner and their highly skilled jobs. Escape and Rescue are looked at as well, with personal views of this period, which encapsulates common experiences.

149 MEMORY BANKS

A profile - Submariners Heritage Walk in Brisbane. Memories and personal tales, jokes, cartoons and ‘Traditions of the trade’.
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