Meet some of Australia’s leading military history groups at AIRSHOW 2017.Marvel at their world class collections of rare battlefront memorabilia, authentic uniforms, weaponry and historic military vehicles. Their displays are a real education for the entire family and offer unique glimpse into a bygone era.
The AGWA is a non-profit organisation comprising of men and women who care passionately about commemorating those who fell in the Great War of 1914-1918.
The GMRG comprises a group of enthusiasts dedicated to educating and entertaining the public about the proud and distinguished military history of Australia, her allies and enemies.
The LH&FAM is dedicated to the commemoration rather than celebration of war. The museum also highlights the often forgotten about utilisation of animals during all wars.
The VMVC is a not-for-profit club run by enthusiasts of ex-military vehicles. Formed in the early 1960’s, today the club incorporates a wide variety of military vehicles, from WWII to present day. They are involved in a range of events including ANZAC Day parades, ex-service personnel tributes and vehicle displays.
Through education, role play and demonstrations the WLHG strives to bring to life past events. Although their main sphere of attention is WWII, the group also recognises other periods and geographical locations that have influenced us as a nation today.
The MHG is a Victorian based organisation dedicated to the restoration and preservation of military vehicles and their heritage.
The 2017 ground display by the 39th Battalion Association and the NMRG will highlight the service and sacrifice of those soldiers of the 39th who fought in the defence of Australia during the dark years of 1942.