That’s the title of an Exhibition assembled by the Geelong Amateur Radio Club, to be held in Geelong during July 2015. The exhibition is of Military Communications, Signalling and Navigation technology from World War One, approximately, to the Vietnam era, and is part of our nations? centenary commemoration of Gallipoli.
Free to the public, the Exhibition includes interactive displays and Educational areas for students, as well as the Real Hardware which chronicles the rapid development in communications over the years.
All are welcome to come and see this unique collection of Equipment, spanning from the Trenches through Early Airborne Radar to the Space age. The collection includes A Spy and Coastwatch section as well as some Australian Designed and built Equipment. A reminder of when we had an Electronics Industry.
View a Youtube presentation covering some highlights of the exhibition including the opening.