Preserving Australian Military History

Supported by veterans and military members, retired military vehicles are refurbished and made available for military celebrations and commemorative activities such as Anzac Day and Vietnam Veterans days around NSW

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Saving Our Military History 
Military Armoured Restoration Society (MARS)

MARS plays an important role in the preservation of Australian military history by acquiring, restoring and maintaining armoured and non-armoured military vehicles.

An integral program of the Hunter Anzac Memorial Limited, MARS is supporting and contributing to a number of the organisation's key objectives and goals directly

The MARS team also supports and brings the teams skills to other Hunter Anzac Memorial projects such as AHQ1733 Krawarree restoration

The refurbished MARS vehicles are made available for use to support a wide range of military events and anniversaries such as ANZAC Day, Remembrance Day, Vietnam Veterans Day just to name a few.

The Memorial Walkway, situated between the Hunter townships of Branxton and Greta, will include a number of areas which will feature static displays. MARS will keep on rotation, military equipment and other equipment from its inventory, on display throughout the walkway.

MARS together with the Hunter Anzac Memorial Limited Military Members Shed (s) program provides a familiar and safe environment for former and current Defence members to gather and work on military heritage projects and in doing so accessing a valuable support network that will help foster good mental health and well-being within the veteran community.

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