Category: About The RSL ˬ

RSL Sponsors

Special thanks goes to these sponsors that makes all our community services and activities possible. Click on the logos below to visit their site.  

Past Members Roll

This page serves as a dedication to all of those RSL Angeles City Sub Branch members who have passed on. A dedication video is made in their memory, this is a place where they will always be remembered. LEST WE FORGET. Noel James Roach Sep. 7, 1950 – Aug. 31, 2010 Noel James Roach passed [...]

RSL Members

James Curtis-Smith President Mobile #:+ 63-917-503-2602 Email: president@rslangelescity.com Bob Barnes Vice President Mobile #: +63-928-145-6756 Email: jeddabob@hotmail.com Gary Barnes Vice President Mobile #: +63-915-839-8379 Email: garylbarnes86@gmail.com Dave (KOOKA) Messent Treasurer Mobile #:+63-930-691-5953 Email: treasurer@rslangelescity.com Phil Salmon Secretary Mobile #: +63-928-742-4628 Email: secretary@rslangelescity.com more… Lindsay Drury Medical Mission Manager Mobile #:+63-929-336-5753 Email: lad251@gmail.com Graham Ross Welfare [...]

Constitution & By-Laws

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About Us

History: By Larry Smith, Foundation Member On Remembrance Day 1993, the VFW Angeles City invited expats, including Australians, to a service at Clark Field Cemetery and later for refreshments at their Canteen at Friendship. Whilst at VFW canteen, I opined that the Americans were well catered for in regards to ex service facilities, VFW, American [...]

Veterans Day

The Battle of Long Tần is arguably the most famous battle fought by the Australian Army during the Vietnam War. It was fought in a rubber plantation (in UTM Grid YS 49-66[3]), near the village of Long Tần, about four kilometres north east of Vung Tau, South Vietnam on August 18–19, 1966. The action occurred [...]

Hellship Memorial

By 1941, the Rising Sun had become symbolic of the Japanese resolve that would stop at nothing to expand the empire. Whoever stood in the path of the Imperial Japanese Army had only three choices: subjugation, death, or imprisonment. Throughout Asia, men from America, Australia, Great Britain, and a dozen other nations moved along their [...]

ANZAC Day

Australian War Memorial, ANZAC Day 1997 (Photo Ben Riglay, Image courtesy of National Capital Authority) The Spirit of ANZAC When was it born? 25 April 1915 Where? At ANZAC Cove on the western side of the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey. Why There? The Gallipoli Peninsula on its eastern side dominates the Dardanelles, the very narrow [...]