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Sharing stories from West Australian veterans and their families. Join host, Ashayla Webster, as she has a chinwag over a brew with whoever will sit down and have a chat with her. They share the stories they want to share.

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Episode 42: Neville in Japan
Neville has never spoken about his time in Japan as part of the Allied Occupation Forces....until now.
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Episode 41: Bodhi Tree Surfboards
What does building a surfboard have to do with veterans? Greg, the owner of Bodhi Tree Surfboards, chats about a program that is assisting veterans in Western Australia in their recovery.
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Episode 40: Run for Resilience
After 17 years of service in the Australian Defence Force, Wayne found the transition back to civilian life to be a struggle. That is until he found Ultra-Marathons.
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Episode 39: Hannah's Scholarship
Hannah is one of the recipients of the 2019 Long Tan Bursary Scholarship.
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Episode 38: Angela Bond
Angela Bond, the first female CO of HMAS Stirling, discusses career, family and submarines.
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Episode 37: Mary Ambrose
Ashayla chats with Mary Ambrose about her service as a WRAAF Phone Operator during WW2.
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Episode 36: Tina Webster
Annette "Tina" Webster has been at the forefront of women in the Defence Force post-1980's. From one of the first female Naval cadets to being one of the first women to train with the men in the Royal Australian Air Force, Tina's journey hasn't been an easy one. She's deployed as a mother, served as a submariner's wife and helped build the family support services we know today.
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Episode 35: PTSD Resurrected
Meet Andy and Zoe, the creators of PTSD Resurrected. This husband and wife duo took 17 years of Army service, multiple deployments to Afghanistan and PTSD and turned this lived experience into a program helping veterans up and down the east coast.
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Episode 34: Captain Gardiner of the Army Museum of WA
Ashayla chats with Captain Gardiner of the Army Museum of WA about the history of the musuem, the stories behind some of the exhibitions and the great battle of '99.
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Episode 33: Peak 1 Boxing
Originally from the UK, ex-Army Mick and ex-Police Claire are shaking things up in Butler, offering military-style fitness and training sessions at Peak 1 Boxing. Tune in to hear about their journey and how the club is assisting veterans and emergency services personnel.
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Episode 32: Whiskey's Wish
Meet Liz Jackman; Army wife, entrepreneur and dog lover. After her husband was injured in Afghanistan, leaving him with a medical discharge, PTSD and little support, it was a dog called Whiskey that came to the rescue. Now Liz and her husband run a small charity, Whiskey’s Wish, providing service dog training to veterans, first responders & correctional officers suffering from PTSD.
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Episode 31: Overwatch Australia with Karen
Overwatch Australia is a boots on the ground, rapid response organisation tasked with supporting members of the ADF - past and present.
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Episode 30: Swiss 8
When family tragedy struck, Adrian made the tough decision to discharge. Little did he know that this immediate change from soldier to civilian would lead to a one of a kind app designed to help other veterans during and after their transition. Tune in to hear Adrian discuss Swiss 8.
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Episode 29: Kokoda Crossing with Travis Hocart
Ashayla chats with ex-Federal Police Officer Travis Hocart about his passion for history and what inspired him to begin his small business, Kokoda Crossing.
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Episode 28: Cam's Cause
Cam's Cause is a small charity doing big things for the veteran community in honour of the late Cameron Baird VC MG. Listen in to hear Daniel Carroll, Vice President and childhood friend of Cam, discuss the charity and the life of a truly amazing man.
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Episode 27: Andrew Pittaway and the Fallen Diggers
Tune in to this week's episode of "Prep Your Standard NATO" for a fascinating discussion with local historian Andrew Pittaway, author of "Fremantle Voices of the Great War". Andrew's hobby is to uncover missing soldiers on the Western Front in order to apply for War Graves under the name of Fallen Diggers Incorporated.
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Episode 26: Sandra Playle
Imagine a place that you could go to find out everything you could possibly want to know about a West Australian serviceman or woman. That is exactly what Sandra Playle has been working on for the past few years. Tune in to hear just how significant this project is and how it led to her current project, the Boy Soldiers of WA. Also mentioned is local historian Andrew Pittaway and the Gallipoli Trench Project in Geraldton.
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Episode 25: Jum's Luck
On this week's episode of Prep Your Standard NATO, Vince Cusworth shares stories from his family at Gallipoli and the Western Front that lead to the publishing of his book "Jum's Luck". He also discusses with Ashayla the disconnect between the French and Australian reverence for, and treatment of, the graves of our fallen veterans.
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Episode 24: From Law to War to Peace
On this week's episode of 'Prep Your Standard NATO', RSLWA's very own podcast, Ashayla chats with Julianne from the Old Court House Law Museum about their exhibition 'From Law to War to Peace'.
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Episode 23: Baldivis Memorial
Unfortunately we had some technical issues when recording our episode of Prep Your Standard NATO with Lyndon and Janette from Baldivis War Memorial. You see, it was a very hot day and we cranked the air con...which resulted in distortion in the recording. We've decided to upload it anyway. Please bear with the distortion so that you can learn more about this project. You can listen in via our website, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Spotify and wherever you listen to podcasts.
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Episode 22: Short tales from Gallipoli (Perth Symphonic Chorus)
On this week's episode of Prep Your Standard NATO, Ashayla speaks with two members of the Perth Symphonic Choir about their ties to Gallipoli; grandaughters of William McKenzie, the legendary chaplain, and Colonel ANZAC, the boy who inspired an army.
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Episode 21: For The Love of Mikey
Lieutenant Colonel Michael Harris was one of those blokes that made the world a better place. He put everyone else first and never settled for average. His career in the Defence Force took him around the world, but it also left him with the cancer that eventually claimed his life. On this week's episode of Prep Your Standard NATO, Ashayla speaks with Sandra Seman-Bourke, the best friend and confidant of 'Mikey'.
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Episode 20: Shannon Lovelady
Meet the woman behind the project to name every West Australian killed during WW1! Shannon Lovelady from the Museum of Perth speaks about her Western Dead and Soldiers of Barrack Street projects. She also gives a few tips for researching your own family history.
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Episode 19: Evie and Cooper
Ashayla chats with Evie (5) and Cooper (8) about which dinosaur a submarine is similar in size to and share stories about living with a dad and step-dad in the Royal Australian Navy. Ashayla, the host, also mentions RSLWA plans for Remembrance Day.
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Episode 18: Sally Jane's Music
Horses, guitars and a dawn service. Ashayla chats with upcoming country music sensation Sally Jane about her debut song 'Beersheba', her activities with the 10th Light Horse Association and what's next for the talented teen.
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Episode 17: Heritage Detection Australia
World War II hits close to home as Bob Sheppard, an archaeologist and blogger at Heritage Detection Australia, speaks about Australia's Mid-West, our very own Dad's Army, WA's last lines of defence and the Japanese landings in the state.
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Episode 16: Mike Bell of WAGWLHA
What could inspire a patholigist to dress up WWI era uniforms for fun? Ashayla found out when she chatted with Mike Bell of the Western Australian Great War Living History Association (WAGWHLA) while in Esperance for the Call II Duty event.
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Episode 15: Cazman in the house
While in Esperance for the Call II Duty event, Ashayla spoke with Esperance Sub-Branch's youngest volunteer. Cazaly is on a mission to make the world a better place.
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Episode 14: Corporal Beck and Victory the wonder dog
While in Esperance for the Call II Duty event, Ashayla had a chat with Corp. Nathan Beck, a former RAAF Dog Handler turned ADF Recruiter.
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Episode 13: Gasgaslex images
Meet the photographer our marketing officer stalks online to find the best pictures of the 10th Light Horse. Lex Porebski, or Gasgaslex Images, chats with Ashayla about photography and his connections to the Defence Force.
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Episode 12: Stormclouds, Sunshine and Sonya
What do candles, the Royal Australian Air Force and Body Image have to do with each other? They're all a part of Sonya Lock's life. Sonya started her small business while working in the Air Force in order to raise the funds to publish her first book. Tune in to hear her story.
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Episode 11: Soldier On With Shannon
This week's episode of Prep Your Standard NATO starts out with Shannon, the Programs Coordinator for Soldier On Australia Perth, telling us about what Soldier On does...and rapidly turns down the road of: - the issues young veterans face, - life as a military spouse - and claims she's not funny. Don't worry though, the episode does circle back to what Solider On are doing to assist young veterans in WA. Tune in via Spotify, I Heart Radio or iTunes to learn more and find out just how funny Shannon actually is.
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Episode 10: Knitting For The Homeless
In this week's episode, we speak with Laurin, the leader and organiser of a group of people that knit vests, beanies, jumpers and more for the homeless and veterans in need of Western Australia.
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Episode 9: Warrior to Entrepreneur with Bram Connolly
Jackaroo, Commando, Author, Leadership Trainer, Entrepreneur. Bram Connolly is a man of action and he's not afraid to speak his mind. He took his training and experiences in the military and turned them into a thriving business.
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Episode 8: Anne and ANZAC Cottage
On the 12th of February 1916, a community banded together to build a home for a wounded Gallipoli soldier. To this day, the little cottage in Mount Hawthorn stands as a symbol of family, community and the ANZAC Spirit. We speak with Anne, the caretaker and descendant of this historical landmark.
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Episode 7: Charlie Koala
By crikey! This episode of Prep Your Standard NATO is more ocker than a Vegemite sanga. Host, Ashayla, chats with Charlie and Tom or Charlie Koala's, a small business that sells handcrafted, recycled wooden frames and Australiana artwork in order to help other veterans in financial need.
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Episode 6: I'm Batman
Our guests on this week's episode are two local superheroes. Literally. Australian Army veterans Al (aka the Caped Crusader of Western Australia) and Paul chat about the Army, charity work, why they run around town in capes and the growing Veteran Cosplay Community here in Perth.
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Episode 5: Live at the Perth Invictus Games
Recorded live at Perth's Invictus Games 2018 event, the CO of Stirling discusses what it means to have the Invictus Games 2018 Team Australia in the state before RSLWA Events Manager Wendy Moss tells us about her involvement in the day and other big events in WA.
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Episode 4: It's a Sister Thing
9/11, deployment, PTSD and transitioning. Host, Ashayla, sits down with her sister to do something they've never actually done before...have an honest conversation about what it was like growing up in the Navy.
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Episode 3: Verity's Legacy
Lieutenant General Sir Joseph John Talbot Hobbs, KCB, KCMG, VD was a First World War general, an architect who had a significant impact on the city of Perth and the great-grandfather of Verity, our guest for this episode. Verity speaks of her life, her family and the legacy of Sir Hobbs.
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Episode 2: The Kilted Rogue Runner
We meet the man known as The Kilted Rogue Runner and learn why this Navy and Police Force veteran adopted this persona, becoming a mental health advocate.
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Episode 1: The Hale Family
Meet Allen and Michelle Hale, two members of a multi-generational ADF serving family. Listen as they share stories of their service, their lives and the family.
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Standard Nato Episode 0 - A Taster
Meet our host, Ashayla Webster, and hear a little about her story and what this podcast is all about.
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