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Reflections

Third Prize in the AVCAT Essay Prize 2020, ‘Reflections' by Jo Hagen. By Jo Hagen It seems fitting that I begin this story on 18 August 2020, National Vietnam Veterans’ Day. It’s been five years. Five years since Dad’s first suicide...

Safe

Second Prize in the AVCAT Essay Prize 2020, 'Safe' by Jane Wotherspoon. By Jane Wotherspoon “Posttraumatic stress disorder may be one of the most important explanations for the effects of deployment on the sons and daughters of military personnel reported...

The 30th of April 1975

The winning essay of the AVCAT Essay Prize 2020, 'The 30th of April 1975' by Jade Washbourne. By Jade Washbourne The 30th of April 1975, a distant memory to many but also an unforgettable one, its significance has lingered on...

2020 AVCAT Essay Prize – Winner Profiles

We are delighted to introduce the winners of the inaugural AVCAT Essay Prize. The essays will be first published in the next issue of Debrief Magazine, and here on AVCAT’s website. First Prize – Jade Washbourne Essay: The 30th of...

AVCAT Essay Prize Judging Panel

AVCAT is proud to announce the judging panel for the inaugural AVCAT Essay Prize is Paul Livingston, Karen Blackwell and Major General Bill Crews AO (Retd). The panel reports that the judging process was difficult due to the high quality...

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