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The Australian War Memorial website is a good place to start researching someone who served in the military during a war.Several sources on the Memorial’s website give basic information about a soldier such as service number, rank, date of joining and other details.The man who outed the RAR (Royal Australian Regiment) Buddies Facebook group, Dr Ben Wadham from Flinders University, agrees the attitudes tend to be confined to particular areas of the Defence Force.Dr Wadham, an ex-infantry soldier and military police officer, says it is the training methods and culture within the infantry which allow for racism and sexism to flourish.
Army requires a level of selflessness and dedication that makes soldiers a cut above the rest of us.
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Since joining Defence in 2006, Steve says he has never witnessed racist or sexist behaviour."Infantry may be behind the eight ball when it comes to intellect because when we go through recruiting we are all given an aptitude test and the lower the score, the lower the job choices.
Infantry is the lowest-scoring job," he said."Most of these guys are extremely good at their job... but a select few may bring the corps down in the sense of intellect."Steve says in his training he has been taught to respect and "win the hearts and minds of the Afghan people".
The latest ADF saga comes after the ABC's 7.30 program on Wednesday brought down the online group for calling Muslims "rag-heads", suggesting immigrants were not welcome and describing women as "filthy, lying whores".