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5 Company RAASC
    The 5th Transport Squadron was formed on 30th May 1966, then known as 5th Transport Company RAASC. The Company was raised at Frasers Paddock, (currently Gallipoli Barracks) from a Citizens Military Forces unit. Immediately after formation, the unit was transferred to Ingleburn, NSW to prepare for duty in South Vietnam.

5 Company, RAASC Australian War Memorial
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Royal Australian Army Service Corps Vietnam Monument ...
    Apr 02, 2011 · 1 Company Headquarters - 5 Company Headquarters - 26 Company Headquarters - 176 Air Dispatch (Detachment) - 8 Petroleum Platoon - 1 Division Postal Unit - 1 Communications Zone Postal Unit (Detachment) - 21 Supply Platoon - 25 Supply Platoon - 32 Supply Platoon (Detachment) - 1 Transport Platoon - 2 Transport Platoon - 85 Transport Platoon - 86 Transport Platoon - 87 Transport Platoon and all other RAASC …

RAASC in South Vietnam article -REMLR
    5 Company RAASC was originally responsible for providing support both for 1ALSG in the Vung Tau area and 1ATF at Nui Dat. However, with the arrival of 26 Coy RAASC into the theatre during December 1967 it became necessary for a regrouping of 5 Coy RAASC to take place. The final composition of the Coy at Vung Tau was as follows: HQ 5 Coy RAASC

    5 Coy RAASC 67/68: FARRELL: Peter & Maureen: HQ 26 Coy 1968: FEWSTER: Robert: HQ AFV 66/67, 70: FIELD: Barry & Denise: 86 Tpt Pl/5 Coy 69/70: FILMER : John & Patricia: Social: FINNING : Doug: 26 Coy 67/68: FITZPATRICK: Tony: 2 Tpt Pl/5 Coy 67/68: FLACK: Maurice & Yvonne: 2 Tpt Pl/5 Coy RAASC 69/70: FOREMAN : Ian & Maureen: 85 Tpt Pl/1 Coy/21 ...

26 Tpt - RAASC
    Headquarters 26 Tpt Coy RAASC was formed in Nui Dat inDec 1967 under command of Major G.J. Christopherson(2). 26 Coytook over the second line role from 5 Coy which remained in VungTau. 85 Tpt Platoon was reallocated to 26 Coy, as was Det 176Air Dispatch Coy.

CONDON, Ian Douglas – ACT Memorial
    Condon served in Vietnam with Headquarters, 5 Company Royal Australian Army Service Corps from 3 December 1970 until 2 December 1971. Sources Nominal Roll of Vietnam Veterans

    Served in South Vietnam as part of 5 Coy RAASC with Mk. V International Trucks, Tippers and Semi-trailers (Semi's were supplied by the US Army). Troop Emblem Designed During Service in Vietnam. Returned to Australia in 1972 to become part of 26 Transport Company. 86 Transport is now part of the Royal Australian Corps of Transport (RACT)

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