Fallen honoured at anzac cove western front
THE ANITAZ, NSW — A fallen soldier was honoured at anzac eve ceremony at the Wainuiomata detachment of the 9th Australian Armoured Division at an all-female training centre.
Marine Lance Corporal Kayleigh W바둑이 사이트ainuiomata, whose father was a member of the regiment, received the highest military accolades.
She is now serving her second five-year deployment to Iraq for the 9th Armoured Brigade, serving alongside US, British and Iraqi forces.
Cpl Wainuiomata said she was honoured by the ceremony at Camp Ararat after she was commissioned in May.
“We are excited, very proud that I have been selected and now will be joining the brigade,” Cpl Wainuiomata told AAP.
“This will be my final deployment. We know the last month will be difficult for us, but we will move on and do what we will.”
Cpl Wainuiomata and her father, Corporal Lee Wainuiomata, served in the army for 10 years and received many awards.
The regiment’s men and women training centre was opened three days before the ceremony at Camp Ararat, which is operated by the Australian Army.
“At this ceremony our team is grateful to our great staff who have provided support to our boys, their families and the community during their deployment,” Cpl Wainuiomata said.
“It will be a sad day when Cpl Kayleigh Wainuiomata will have to sit in the same corner where our boys were once placed. It truly is a great day.”
Cpl Wainuiomata was born on the island of Laniwatu and raised in the Northern Territory, but she is now in a Queensland subu구미출장마사지rb.
She is currently involved in the Defence Department’s post-deployment counselling service and has also worked as an interpreter for troops deployed in Afghanistan.
Cpl Wainuiomata had also played footy in her home country, but joined her daughter and son-in-law’s rugby league club for good.
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“You could see they had great family members and friends there.”
She has also been the target of many bullying and abuse, according to Cpl Wainuiomata, but believes th