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Certificates of Appreciation a way of Honouring Maranoa’s veterans

Maranoa MP David Littleproud is inviting defence force veterans who have served overseas, from World War II onward, as well as those who served on the home front during World War II, to apply for a Certificate of Appreciation from the Australian Government.

Part of the federal government’s Saluting Their Service Commemorative Program, the Certificates of Appreciation are a way for the country to show its gratitude to those who have served.

Mr Littleproud said the Maranoa electorate has a proud tradition of service and the Certificates of Appreciation were the perfect way to say thank you to those who have served.

“Our electorate is grateful to those who have served Australia and this is a small way we can show our appreciation for their contributions,” Mr Littleproud said.

“Certificates of Appreciation are open to veterans who served overseas in wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations, as well as those who provided logistics support in Vietnam, or served on the home front during World War II.

“I encourage all veterans in the Maranoa electorate to apply for their Certificate of Appreciation.”

Family members can apply on behalf of eligible veterans who are deceased, however Boer War and World War I veterans will not be eligible.

National Servicemen who served overseas in eligible conflicts and operations, including Vietnam, and Reserve personnel who served in Peacekeeping Operations are eligible for a Certificate of Appreciation for their service.


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