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The victims of the Sea King helicopter crash in Indonesia arelikely to receive two honours from the Federal Government. One willbe the new Australian Defence Medal, created last year for membersof the Australian Defence Force who had completed six years’service, or were killed or injured in service. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 April, 2005)
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The nine soldiers who died in the Indonesian helicopter crash couldbe the first to receive a new medal struck for Australia’s defenceforces. (The Age — 7 April, 2005)
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Sea King dead will be doubly honoured
Sea King dead will be doubly honoured

The Federal Government is to press ahead with plans to award honours to the nine Australian military personnel killed in the Nias helicopter crash despite opposition from veterans Veterans Affairs (ABC News — 7 April, 2005)
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The Returned and Services League (RSL) is determined to block any plans to award posthumous medals to the servicemen and women killed in the Sea King helicopter crash in Indonesia The Federal Gover (ABC News — 7 April, 2005)
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The 11 Australian victims of the Sea King helicopter crash shouldreceive a humanitarian medal, the federal opposition says. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 April, 2005)
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A medal will be created to recognise the service of Australiandefence personnel who take part in hazardous operations inpeacetime. (The Age — 8 April, 2005)
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The RSL suggests a special humanitarian medal for victims of theIndonesian helicopter crash after giving the thumbs down tomilitary honours. (The Age — 7 April, 2005)
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The last Australian to win the Victoria Cross does not think a military medal should be awarded to members of the Australian Defence Force killed while on humanitarian missions Indonesia awarded th (ABC News — 8 April, 2005)
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Prime Minister John Howard has flagged a review of the humanitarianservice medal system which he describes as having some’deficiencies’. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 April, 2005)
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Four of the nine personnel who died in last weekends Sea King helicopter crash have been honoured in a memorial service at a naval base on the New South Wales coast The helicopter from HMAS Albatr (ABC News — 8 April, 2005)
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The families of the nine Australian Defence Force personnel killed in the Sea King helicopter crash in Indonesia would receive proper compensation, the federal Government said today. (The Australian — 7 April, 2005)
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