Notice Board

2021 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of 131 Locators Association Inc will be held,
on Tuesday 9th November 2021 commencing at 11.00 AM at
Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway
Street Address: Killoola St, Rhodes Park, Concord
Postal Address: PO Box 127,
Concord 2137



  1. Opening and Welcome
  2. Confirmation of Minutes from previous AGM dated 10th November 2020.
  3. Receive and adopt the Balance Sheet and Accounts for the 2020-21 financial year
  4. Receive the President's Annual Report
  5. Elect the President, Vice-President and Secretary/Treasurer of the Association and Committee Members for the ensuing year
  6. Appoint the Auditor of the Association for the ensuing yea
  7. Consider and act upon any other business of which due notice has been given
  8. To receive and consider the statement which is required to be submitted to members under section 45 & 49 of the Fair Trading 2009 Act
  9. Close

The normal monthly general meeting will follow the AGM.

Gordon Malcolm

Public Officer


Voting is restricted to current financial members only.
Committee nomination and Proxy voting form are available here


Your History

Warwick Brooker sent this request in an email:-

I received this email from Trevor Bryant, who was secretary of 12FR (Vietnam) Association before it folded a few years ago.

I’m wondering if any of our Coral-Balmoral blokes would be interested in offering their experiences/perspectives to Kit Cullen for inclusion in his upcoming book.

Mark Jamieson wrote:-

Hi Trevor, 

I hope you are well and had a good Anzac day. As you are aware, I have slowly been gathering interviews with the veterans in the hope of putting these memories into book form. I have some good news that this is starting to build momentum and I have an author onboard who lives around the corner from me in Wollongong. His name is Kit Cullen and I have attached his bio and I would like you to send this out to the guys as I am seeking more information from them as I often do. There are some questions specifically about FSPB Coral at the bottom of the bio and these can be used as prompts for any stories the guys might have from their time in-country – not necessarily at Coral.

Best regards,

Mark Jamieson

This is your opportunity to get your own individual stories into print. At our age, who knows what other opportunities we’ll get? If you would like to contribute by sending your Vietnam story to Kit, his email address is: . If you would like to contact Mark to discuss this project with him, his email address is

The Bio and prompt questions are accessed by selecting this PDF Document

 A Life Well Lived - Lt. Col. Warwick Hamilton(Retired)

Warwick "Blue Leader" was the OC for Detachment 131 Divisional Locating Battery, Nui Dat, SVN from April 1967 to February 1968. You can read his Memorial Service presentation by selecting this link.



Lest we forget

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