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EMBARKATION OF COMBINED CONTINGENT FOR EGYPT - A.I.F. IN PALESTINE - CAPTURED ITALIAN SUBMARINE.
Miss Joyce Dickson, of the Australian Women's Flying Club, distributing cigârettc to men of the Royal Australian Air Force before they left Sydney with navr.l
and A.I.F. men for oversea service. The contingent ¡** now in Egypt.
Australian troops», well tanned by the Pale ttme sun, marching past during a review hy
Major-General Mackay at Sarafaud (Department of Information photograph.)
A group of happy R.A.A.F. men indicating their confidence with the famous
"thumbs up" signal before they embarked for Egypt.
I Men of the Navy, Army, and Air Force lining the
deck rails before the troopship sailed. It was the |
first time that members of the three services had
embarked as one contingent. I
The White Ensign flying above the Ita! an flag on the Italian submarine captured 'n' the British trawler Moonstone near Aden recently. The submarine, one of Italy's latest, bears signs of the fight with the trawler, a 650-ton vessel with
only one four-inch gun.
The yacht Southern Seas, which has been purchased for use by Pan-American Airways as a floating air base at Noumea. Ihe vessel has arrived at Sydney