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Lieutenant Colonel R. H. Marson, DSO, assumed command of the Battalion which commenced immediate preparations for redeployment to Moratai, where 34th Infantry Brigade was being concentrated. Every member of the unit was a volunteer for service in Japan where the Battalion served from February 1946 until its return to Australia in December 1948. The unit was redesignated 'Ist Battalion, Australian Regiment' in November 1948. January 1949 saw another change when the unite was redesignated 'Ist Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment' (1 RAR) following the granting by King George VII of Royal Assent to the formation of the Royal Australian Regiment (RAR). The Korean War began in 1950 and 3 RAR was quickly dispatched to assist Australia's allies. 1 RAR, then located in Japan, was tasked to receive, train and prepare reinforcements for the Korean threat. 1 RAR did not reach Korea until March 1952. It was to be two long months before the Battalion saw action for the first time. On this occasion, 1 RAR was subjected to heavy concentrations of enemy mortar and artillery fire. 1 RAR returned to Australia in April 1953, having suffered 43 men killed and 170 men wounded in action. The Battalion conducted a second tour of Korea commencing March 1954 and saw many intensive actions prior to returning to Australia in April 1956. The Battalion conducted extensive retraining in the period April 1956 to September 1959, then embarked for service in Malaya. In the two year tour that followed, 1 RAR participated in numerous anti-communist counter-insurgency operations as part of a joint Commonwealth programme in support of the Malaysian Government. 1 RAR then returned to Australia in October 196 1. The Australian Government's response to the communist threat in South Vietnam resulted in 1 RAR being dispatched for two tours of duty in that country., the first, from May 1965 to June 1966 and the second from March 1968 to February 1969. The Battalion achieved significant operational success during both tours, receiving a Unit Commendation during the first from General W. C. Westmoreland (Commander U.S. Forces, South Vietnam) and in winning great distinction during the second for its efforts in defence of Fire Support Base 'Coral' (12th-16th May, 1968). 1 RAR returned to Australia with the combined losses of 54 men killed and 295 wounded in action. Enemy losses were considerable. In 1969 the Battalion departed for garrison duties in Malaysia and then in December 1969 moved to Singapore where it remained for a further seven months prior to deploying to Townsville in 1970. On the 23rd May, 1987 the Battalion deployed a Company Group on Operation Morris Dance to assist, if necessary, with the evacuation of civilians from Fiji following the military coup. This was the first operational deployment of Australian troops since Vietnam. On the 17th December 1992, the Battalion was warned for duty in Somalia to provide the basis of a Battalion Group in support of 'Operation Restore Hope'. 'me Battalion Group conducted over 1100 foot patrols resulting in seven Somalian KIA, four WIA and 70 Somalians handed to the auxiliary security forces. The Battalion confiscated 935 weapons of various types and ensured safe delivery of 83 11 tonnes of humanitarian relief supplies. The Battalion returned to Australia on 22nd May 1993, and marched through Townsville to a rousing welcome home by the people of the city. 1e1e36bf2d


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