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The Tarin Kowt Memorial is dedicated to the men and women of all nations who served at Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan. The memorial is a bronze replica of the wall at Tarin Kowt in Afghanistan that contained the names of 114 coalition soldiers killed in Uruzgan Province including 40 Australians killed in action.
The original Tarin Kowt memorial in Afghanistan was controversially broken up and buried before the departure of Australian soldiers last year under the instruction of Defence Chief General David Hurley because it was too big to return to Australia.
|Address:||Clewley Street, Sherwood-Indooroopilly RSL, Corinda, 4075|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -27.537879|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 15th August, 2014|
DEDICATED TO THE MEN AND WOMEN
FROM ALL NATIONS
WHO SERVED AT TARIN KOWT
URUZGAN PROVINCE AFHANISTAN
(Names & Countries)
LEST WE FORGET
TARIN KOWT - AFGHANISTAN
To Our Brothers & Sisters In Arms
Thanks for all of The Memories
Laughs, Tears, Blood and Sweat.
You will always be in our Thoughts
& Remain in our Hearts ...
All Gave Some
Some Gave All
Only the Dead Have Seen
The end of War