More than 5,000 troops from the RAA 16 Na- tional Service Training Battalion, CMF and school
cadet units win take part in a Coronation parade through Adelaide on the morning of June 2. It will be the biggest mili- tary parade to be held in the city since the war. About 100 military vehicles, including Staghound armored cars, 'ducks' and field guns will be included in the parade. Four army bands will march and music will be re- layed along the route through loud speakers. Before the parade, which is due to pass the saluting base at the Town Hall at 11.10 a.m. a guard of honor of two officers and 60 other ranks from Central Com- mand units will march to the Town Hall and be in- spected by the Governor (Sir Robert George). Sir Robert George will take the salute at the march past.