"All of us at 1 AFH, Doctors, Nurses, Tech's, Orderlies, Clerks, Storemen and Drivers answered the 'Call to Arms'. It is important to recognise that we all actively contributed to the relief of suffering and saving the lives of the 'Diggers' at War."
1969 - 1970
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The 1st (Aust) Field Hospital Association remembers our patients recorded by name in the admission and discharge books.
We are proud to have served you!
Unit Honour Roll
Chronological Record of Service 1st Australian Field Hospital
and Affiliated Units
1 April 1968 ~ 25 November 1971
The men and women who served with the 1st Australian Field Hospital (1 AFH) are acknowledged in this Honour Roll; as are those who served with 33 Dental Unit, 1 Field Medical & Dental Equipment Depot, 1 Field Hygiene Company, Chaplains and the Red Cross.
For those who served with both 8 Field Ambulance and 1 AFH, the chronological dates indicate total time served in Vietnam.
Royal Australian Army Medical Corps - RAAMC
Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps - RAANC
Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps - RNZNC
Royal Australian Army Dental Corps -
RAADC Royal Australian Army Service Corps -
RAASC Australian Army Catering Corps - AACC
Royal Australian Army Chaplains Department - RAACHD
The Australian and New Zealand Red Cross - (NZ) Red Cross
Australian Army Aviation Corps - AAAC
Royal Australian Infantry Corps - RA Inf
Royal Australian Artillery - RAA
Royal Australian Engineers - RAE
Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers - RAEME
Royal Australian Navy - RAN
Royal Australian Air Force - RAAF
Post nominal awards are shown for service in Vietnam.
Disclaimer: The primary source for this information was the Department of Veterans Affairs Nominal Roll with many other names being added as a result of our own research.
We apologise for any errors or omissions that may have occurred.