EMU (Experimental Military Unit) Unit Badge Emblem
The combined US/RAN force became known as the EMU Unit (Experimental Military Unit). Their motto, coined very early in their partnership, was ‘Get the bloody job done’. ‘Get the bloody job done’: the RANHFV- EMU emblem. [Image courtesy of Ian Wilson].
Clearance Diving Team 3, R.A.N., United and Undaunted. Clearance Diving Team 3 personnel accompanied patrols into the dense mangrove swamps of the Rung Sat Special Zone, also known as the ‘Forest of Assassins’.
This is the Kingsman badge for the 107th Airborne Division. "A tribute to my fellow Kingsmen from my first tour in Vietnam 1968-1969. I see them every day, forever young." Photo and comment by Tom Everhart.
Royal Australian Navy Helicopter Flight Vietnam (RANHFV) Badge Emblem
Pilots, observers and other necessary personnel were drawn from the existing Fleet Air Arm to join the new RAN flight, Royal Australian Navy Helicopter Flight Vietnam (RANHFV). The Australians were to be integrated into the United States Army 135th Assault Helicopter Company (AHC) to fly Iroquois helicopters provided by the US.
This Vietnam moratorium logo badge was produced between 1965 and 1975 and is in the Powerhouse Museum’s collection in Sydney. The Moratoriums began in 1969 and reached a peak in 1970 to 1971. Throughout its existence, the Moratorium movement identified itself by this sunburst symbol, which came to be used not only by the Moratorium but also by other organisations and groups which supported its aims. The sunburst symbol was chosen by the Moratorium convenors as a striking and memorable design, easily visible in crowds, an important criteria for an identifying badge. Moratorium posters were usually printed in strong colours, often orange and blue or vibrant red and black. This poster was issued by the Vietnam Moratorium Campaign, Sydney.
The SLTTI Emblem Logo for the College is printed in Gold on a textured red background. The emblem says "Salt Lake Trade Technical Institute" with the addition of "Industria Et Educatus Inseparabile" in a circle. Inside the circular emblem is a man working with machine tools and a female dressed in a nurses uniform. The exterior of the emblem looks like a gear.