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. . Defense Chief General Angus Campbell Thursday released the report examining the conduct of Australian special forces during the war in Afghanistan. .
. . The legends of the digger that had long preserved Australia's self-image were shaken. Now, a nation that cherishes and celebrates pride in its soldier heritage must confront the fact that some of the military elite may be cold-blooded killers, writes Andrew Broben..
. . The Great Hall of Australia's Marble Parliament is located in Canberra, far from the dusty battlefields of Afghanistan. But even as Malcolm Turnbull, the prime minister at the time, was addressing A.
. . A long-awaited report on alleged war crimes committed by Australian soldiers abroad is expected to be released to the public on Thursday, with Afghanistan demanding an apology. Here's why it matters.
. . Giants. The com team discusses a variety of topics at Farewell Week, including how many Pro Bowlers the team will attend this year..
. . Braden Chapman served alongside the elite SAS in Afghanistan for only four months. Haunted by what he saw, he is now ready to testify in a criminal court.