RAR "Old Faithful" is now Airborne. Japan 1. 94. 6 - 1. The main body of 6.
Aust Inf Bn arrived at Kure, Japan on 2. Feb 4. 6. and throughout its time in Japan, the Battalion served at Kahachi. Okayama, Haramuri, Kure, Hiro and Tokyo. The Battalion's tasks during this. Japanese soldiers, the. On 2. 3 Nov 4. 8, 6.
Battalion was. redesignated the 3rd Battalion, The Australian Regiment. On 1. Mar. 4. 9 the prefix "Royal" was appended to the title "The. Australian Regiment."Korea up to Kapyong. With the surrender of Germany.
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Minister enquired if an Australian Division could be made available. As. peace came sooner than expected, the invasion force was not required and. Commonwealth participation in the occupation force then. On 1 October 1. 94. Australian component would consist of two.
This Brigade, a volunteer force. Australian Infantry Brigade, consisted of the 6. Infantry Battalions, was raised and assembled at Morotai.
Battalion was composed of elements of the 5th, 6th, 7th and 1. Australian Divisions located at that time in the New Guinea area.
As part of the British Commonwealth. Occupation Force Japan, the main component of 6. Battalion landed at. Kure on 2. 1 February 1. The battalion's role during it's time in Japan.
Troops from 3RAR were rotated and replaced on an individual basis, and 3RAR remained in Korea for the duration of the conflict..
Japanese soldiers and prisoners of. On 2. 3 November 1. Battalion. was renamed Third Battalion, The Australian Regiment. On 3. 1 March 1. 94. His Majesty King George VI granted the prefix "Royal" to the. Regiment. On 2. 5 June 1. Battalion. stationed at Hiro was preparing to return to Australia, news was.
North Koreans had crossed the 3. Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea. As part of military aid offered by. Australia to the United Nations for service in Korea, 3rd Battalion. Imperial Japanese. Army jungle training centre at Haramura, 4.
Kure, and on. 2. 7 September 1. Battalion augmented by two drafts from Australia. USNS "AIKEN VICTORY" at Tokyo. Landing at Pusan the following day, the Australians joined 2. Commonwealth Brigade at Taegu. Five days later the Battalion suffered.
Capt K Hummerston and Pte K Sketchley were. Waegwon. After their first action at Waegwon on October 1.
K1. 6 Airfield at Kimpo near Seoul and. On 5 October 5. 0 the battalion deployed. Army Offensive. During the ensuing advance to. Yalu River, 3. RAR performed with great credit, covering some 4.
This was the largest single. The battalion's. casualties were 1. The battalion moved purposefully.
On 2. 3 October, the Chongchon River was crossed and Pakchon. After crossing the Taeryong River. Chongju near the west coast and just 6. Yalu River. and the Manchurian border was the next objective. On the 2. 9th, the. American Airborne Regimental Combat Team.
North Korean Regiment. This action became. Battle of the Apple Orchard.
After strong resistance by North. Korean infantry supported by T3.
Chongju was entered on 3. October 1. 95. 0.
At dusk the same day a shell fragment wounded Lieutenant. Colonel C. H. Green the Battalion Commander. Taken to hospital at Anju. November. For a time the battalion was under.
Lieutenant Colonel F S Walsh. However, a short time.
Lieutenant Colonel Ian Ferguson MC MID was given command of the. At Chongju the Australians suffered casualties of 9 killed.
It was on this day that the Communist Chinese Forces. On 3. 1 October, the battalion was moved. Pakchon where they relieved the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders who. The RAAF, 7. 7. Squadron supported the battalion with air strikes on enemy held hills. This was the first time, 7. Squadron had provided air support to the. The following day 5th and 8th Cavalry Regiments of the 1st.
United States Cavalry Division were engaged by Chinese forces. On 2. 7 November, 3 RAR was moved to. Kunu ri where they met up with the Turkish Brigade for the first time. But the Chinese were pressing hard on their heels. The 2. 7th Brigade fell.
Sunchon, and by the first week in December, the United Nations'. The North Korean. Pyongyang was abandoned on 4th December, and by the 1. Australians were in reserve at Uijongbu, 2. Seoul. During November and December 1. Chinese gathered for another thrust against the United Nations troops. RAR holding roads and river crossings as the UN forces were.
From 1st January 1. Chinese advance to cover the withdrawal of 2.
Brigade. The. Australians withdrew across the Han River and by the 4th, Seoul had been. Chinese. At Chuam ni, between 1. February, a US Armoured Reconnaissance Patrol became ambushed. When the. troops of 3 RAR and the Middlesex Regiment came upon the scene, they saw. About 6. 0 US. servicemen lost their lives that day. Through the end of February and early. March 1. 95. 1 bitter fighting continued.
Conditions were awful the middle. Korean winter with lots of snow. The fighting continued on. The wounded were forced to slide down. The battle honour, Maehwa San, covers the taking. But the fighting had taken its toll on.
Chinese also. No one will ever know the extent of their losses. Once. it became clear that the enemy were withdrawing, Seoul was re entered on. March 1. 95. 1. The Australians went into reserve where they remained. March. In the next few weeks the battalion. With the. support of New Zealand artillery, hills, codenamed "Sardine". Salmon", north of Karim, were captured.
By that time the battalion had. Action, 2. 05 Wounded in Action and 5 had been taken. Prisoner of War. Someone took note of the hard fighting and the many. On 1. 9th April, 2. Brigade. withdrew 4. Charidae, a few kilometres north- west of Kapyong. Plans were made to celebrate Anzac Day.
New Zealanders and the Turks. The battalion was resting with a. Republic of Korea Division between it and the enemy. A good rest. looked assured. But it was not to be.
Kapyong. The Chinese winter offensive was eventually halted and in Feb/Mar 5. UN. forces began to push the CCF slowly back. Seoul was recaptured by US. Mar 5. 1 and by 2.
Apr 5. 1, 3. RAR had advanced as far as. Kapyong where it was held in reserve while 5.
Republic of Korea (ROK) Division held the frontline. When 2. 7 Brigade. New Zealand Field Regiment was sent forward to.
ROK Division. On the night of 2. Apr 5. 1, the Chinese. Spring offensive and the 6th ROK Division withdrew in.
On the 2. 3rd April 1. Brigade was ordered north to Chuktun ni, 1.
Charidae, where they were deployed to defend the Kapyong Valley. That. evening, the main Chinese force reached the battalion's perimeter. During the 2. 3 and 2. Apr 5. 1, in the face of continuing attacks, the. Chinese and. gradually blunting the offensive. RAR were positioned with A, C and D.
Companies on high ground to the east of Chuktun ni, and B Company. The battalion was to cover the ford. The Middlesex were to occupy high. Sudok San. However, when. Chinese offensive was received, they were sent forward to.
New Zealand gunners, and as a result. Middlesex never occupied this position. When they returned with the. ROK division, both gunners and.
Middlesex took up a position some six kilometres to the rear of 3 RAR. The 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's. Canadian Light Infantry were positioned around Hill 6. RAR. 3 RAR's orders were that we were there.
The battalion expected to return. But the Australians were 5. However, as. darkness fell on the 2.
South Korean troops began to. RAR position, knocking out telephone lines and. Chinese, who then proceeded to attack the. Radio communications between HQ and.
Only B Company could be contacted. Later in the night, the CO moved to the Middlesex position in. The fighting escalated and all through. Chinese attacked again and again. Each time they were. Their casualties were. Chinese were thrown into the battle.
The fighting went on all through the. Our troops were weary and hungry. Their last meal had. The battalion headquarters and RAP had.
Middlesex battalion, six. The Mortar. Platoon, Anti Tank Platoon and Assault Pioneer Platoon withdrew at first. The rifle companies remained in position and command of these. Maj Ben O'Dowd. Relief of the battalion, by a US.
Regimental Combat Team, had been promised. However, in the afternoon. It was clear that the battalion could.
Maj O'Dowd was faced with the task of. It was obvious that the withdrawal. Chinese were in possession of that. After B Company was ordered to clear the ridge line from Hill 5. Princess Pat's. The rifle companies were then. Kiwi artillery gunners.
By 2. 30. 0 hours, the battalion had been. The battalion had suffered 3. For its fine display of courage and. United States Presidential. Citation. Kapyong to the Cease Fire.
After the collapse of the Chinese offensive, 3. RAR joined 2. 8 BRITCOM Inf. Bde. During the following six months, by a series of deep patrols and. UN drive to a. position overlooking the Imjin River. This was part of the Kansas Line.
In Operation Commando in Oct 5. Point 3. 55 and played a leading part.
Maryang San (Point 3. In five days of heavy. RAR dislodged a numerically superior enemy from a position of. This classic offensive action is acknowledged as an RAR. In the period from Nov 5.
Armistice, 3. RAR occupied. Jamestown Line between 'The Hook' and Point 3. The role of the unit. UN forces, became one of defence; the holding of a.
Korea just north of the 3. Parallel. During this period, 3. RAR became known for the aggressive. Division's policy for the organisation and. At the cessation of hostilities on 2.
Jul 5. 3, the battalion was occupying Point 1. On 3 Aug 5. 3, it moved. Area 6, on the Jamestown. Line. During the Korean War, 3. RAR casualties. were 1.
Perhaps because. the Battalion was the first Australian Army unit in action in Korea and. Old Faithful" among other units serving there and is still. Return to Australia. Despite the ceasefire, 3. RAR remained. in Korea for another 1. Kansas Line and conducting unit and sub- unit training.
From it's foundation nine years. Battalion had never served in Australia, but on 1. October. 1. 95. 4 at Pusan, 3. RAR embarked in the "New Australia" and sailed. On October 2. 0 "Old Faithful" arrived in Brisbane.