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A Royal Australian Navy service member participates in the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps Day Dawn service in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, April 25, 2018. The service is held on the dawn of every ANZAC Day to pay respect to fallen service members. At the end of the service the community placed Poppy flowers at the top of the Darwin Cenotaph to commemorate a service member lost in battle.
180425-M-OQ666-0082.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Mason Roy

Apr 27, 2018
DARWIN, NT, AUSTRALIA - A Royal Australian Navy service member participates in the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps Day Dawn service in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, April 25, 2018. The service is held on the dawn of every ANZAC Day to pay respect to fallen service members. At the end of the service the community placed Poppy flowers at the top of the Darwin Cenotaph to commemorate a service member lost in battle.


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