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Title[Records of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals (RA Sigs):] Comms [communication] Equipment General – Project WagtailContents date range1995 – 1996Series numberAWM277
Click to see which government agency or person created this item.Control symbol532CitationConsult Australian War MemorialItem barcode8725574LocationAustralian War MemorialAccess statusNot yet examinedPhysical formatPAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTS (allocated at series level)Alternative series and control symbolAWM277, 5800/1/3 PART 2Date registered14 May 2010
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Title[Records of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals (RA Sigs):] Comms [communication] Equipment General – Project WagtailContents date range1991 – 1995Series numberAWM277
Click to see which government agency or person created this item.Control symbol531/1CitationConsult Australian War MemorialItem barcode8725572LocationAustralian War MemorialAccess statusNot yet examinedPhysical formatPAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTS (allocated at series level)Alternative series and control symbolAWM277, 5800/1/3 PART 1Date registered14 May 2010
Series details for: AWM277
Series numberAWM277TitleRecords of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals (RA Sigs)Accumulation dates01 Jan 1939 – 31 Dec 1997Contents dates01 Jan 1939 – 31 Dec 1997Items in this series on RecordSearch852

Click to see items listed on RecordSearch. Please contact the National Reference Service if you can’t find the record you want as not all items from the series may be on RecordSearch.Agency/person recording1939 – 1942CA 37, Department of Defence Co-ordination, Central Office1942 – 1997CA 46, Department of Defence [III], Central OfficeAgency/person controlling CA 46, Department of Defence [III], Central OfficeSystem of arrangement/ control(i) multiple number system; (ii) single number system (imposed)Range of control symbols[1] – [829]Predominant physical formatPAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTSRelated series AWM86, Army Signals [Army Headquarters Signal Traffic 1952-1954]1993 – 31 Dec 1997AWM399, Commander’s Diaries – Australian Contingent ASC – United Nations Transitional Authority Cambodia UNTACDate registered01 Apr 1999
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Title[Records of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals (RA Sigs):] Comms [communication] Equipment General – Project WAGTAILContents date range1991 – 1995Series numberAWM277
Click to see which government agency or person created this item.Control symbol530/2CitationConsult Australian War MemorialItem barcode8725571LocationAustralian War MemorialAccess statusNot yet examinedPhysical formatPAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTS (allocated at series level)Alternative series and control symbolAWM277, 5800/1/1 PART 3Date registered14 May 2010
Series details for: AWM277
Series numberAWM277TitleRecords of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals (RA Sigs)Accumulation dates01 Jan 1939 – 31 Dec 1997Contents dates01 Jan 1939 – 31 Dec 1997Items in this series on RecordSearch852

Click to see items listed on RecordSearch. Please contact the National Reference Service if you can’t find the record you want as not all items from the series may be on RecordSearch.Agency/person recording1939 – 1942CA 37, Department of Defence Co-ordination, Central Office1942 – 1997CA 46, Department of Defence [III], Central OfficeAgency/person controlling CA 46, Department of Defence [III], Central OfficeSystem of arrangement/ control(i) multiple number system; (ii) single number system (imposed)Range of control symbols[1] – [829]Predominant physical formatPAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTSRelated series AWM86, Army Signals [Army Headquarters Signal Traffic 1952-1954]1993 – 31 Dec 1997AWM399, Commander’s Diaries – Australian Contingent ASC – United Nations Transitional Authority Cambodia UNTACDate registered01 Apr 1999
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Title[Records of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals (RA Sigs):] Comms [communication] Equipment General – Project Wagtail – Request for Tender for the Supply of Single Channel VHF Combat Net Radio SystemsContents date range1991 – 1995Series numberAWM277
Click to see which government agency or person created this item.Control symbol531/2CitationConsult Australian War MemorialItem barcode8725573LocationAustralian War MemorialAccess statusNot yet examinedPhysical formatPAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTS (allocated at series level)Alternative series and control symbolAWM277, 5800/1/3 PART 1Date registered14 May 2010
Agency details for: CA 37
Agency numberCA 37TitleDepartment of Defence Co-ordination, Central OfficeDate range13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942Series recorded by this agencySeriesOrganisation controlling13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942CO 1, COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIALocationVictoriaAgency statusDepartment of StateFunction13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942DEFENCE COORDINATION13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942INTERNEESAgency noteOn 13 November 1939, separate Departments of Navy, Army and Air were established and the Department of Defence [II] then became the Department of Defence Co-ordination. The Department of Defence Co-ordination was responsible for the co-ordination of defence activities, and in particular, for the following: (i) Defence policy: All matters of Defence policy in their relation to the Departments of Navy, the Army, Air and Supply and Developme …… (More)Previous agency13 Nov 1939CA 19, Department of Defence [II] (Central Administration)Subsequent agency26 Jun 1941CA 43, Department of Home Security – Directorate of Civil Defence and State co-operation26 Jun 1941CA 44, Department of Transport [II], Central Office – For organisation of transport for an emergency, Principal Committee.01 Dec 1941CA 11, Department of the Treasury [I], Central Office – for financial matters, Board of Business Administration, civil staff matters01 Dec 1941CA 68, Defence Division, Department of the Treasury [I]01 Jan 1942CA 40, Department of Labour and National Service, Central Secretariat/ (by 1947 known as Central Office) – for Manpower Committee and National Register Board14 Apr 1942CA 46, Department of Defence [III], Central Office – for all remaining functionsControlled agency13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942CA 1468, War Cabinet Secretariat13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942CA 289, Defence Committee [II]13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942CA 318, Chiefs of Staff Committee13 Nov 1939 – 31 Jan 1941CA 161, National Register Board13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942CA 421, (Services) Man Power Committee13 Nov 1939 – 31 Dec 1940CA 532, War Railway Council13 Nov 1939 – 26 Jun 1941CA 538, Directorate of Civilian Defence and State Co-operation13 Nov 1939 – 25 Feb 1942CA 638, Accountancy Advisory Panel13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942CA 8055, Council of Defence [IV]29 Dec 1939 – 11 Feb 1942CA 101, [Defence] Board of Business Administration [II](More)Persons associated with agency13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942CP 320, Sir Frederick Geoffrey SHEDDEN KCMG, OBE – Secretary13 Nov 1939 – 07 Oct 1941CP 54, The Rt Hon Sir Robert Gordon MENZIES PC, KT, CH, QC – Minister13 Nov 1939 – 31 Dec 1940CP 499, Frank Roy SINCLAIR CBE – Assistant Secretary13 Nov 1939 – 14 Apr 1942CP 428, Robert Frederick FELGENNER – Clerk (South Australia)20 Jan 1941 – 24 May 1941CP 714, The Rt Hon Sir Arthur William FADDEN PC, GCMG – Acting Minister07 Oct 1941 – 14 Apr 1942CP 258, The Rt Hon John Joseph Ambrose CURTIN PC – MinisterDate registered30 Sep 1987
Agency details for: CA 46
Agency numberCA 46TitleDepartment of Defence [III], Central OfficeDate range14 Apr 1942 -Series recorded by this agencySeriesOrganisation controlling14 Apr 1942 –CO 1, COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIALocationAustralian Capital TerritoryAgency statusDepartment of StateFunction14 Apr 1942 –DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE14 Apr 1942 –DEFENCE RESEARCH14 Apr 1942 –DEFENCE ADMINISTRATION30 Nov 1973 –NAVY30 Nov 1973 –NAVY ADMINISTRATION30 Nov 1973 –AIR FORCE30 Nov 1973 –AIR FORCE ADMINISTRATION30 Nov 1973 –ARMY30 Nov 1973 –ARMY ADMINISTRATION13 Dec 1984 –DEFENCE INDUSTRIESAgency noteCreationOn 14 April 1942, the Prime Minister, Mr Curtin, announced that the title of the Department of Defence Co-ordination was to be changed to the Department of Defence [III] as this was a more appropriate description of the functions of the Department in regard to defence policy and joint-service questions. It was envisaged that the functions would embrace a wider scope under the new organisation for the south-w ……(More)Previous agencyCA 3819, Commonwealth Loans and National Savings Organisation, Victoria/ (from 1974) Australian Government Loans and National Savings Organisation, Victoria – Directorate of Army Recruiting14 Apr 1942CA 34, Department of Information, Central Office – for publicity censorship14 Apr 1942CA 37, Department of Defence Co-ordination, Central Office – for all remaining functions31 Dec 1946CA 537, Army Inventions Directorate19 Dec 1972CA 11, Department of the Treasury [I], Central Office – for Defence Forces Retirement Benefits Act 1948-197219 Dec 1972CA 31, Department of the Interior [II], Central Office – for civil defence30 Nov 1973CA 11, Department of the Treasury [I], Central Office – War Precautions Act Repeal Act 192030 Nov 1973CA 579, Navy Office – Naval Stores Branch30 Nov 1973CA 580, Navy Office – Naval Victualling Branch30 Nov 1973CA 585, Navy Office – Naval Works Branch(More)Subsequent agency01 Sep 1943CA 34, Department of Information, Central Office – for publicity censorship01 Apr 1944CA 17, Department of Health, Central Office – for services/civil medical co-ordination16 Nov 1950CA 9, Postmaster-General’s Department, Central Administration – for Telegraph Act 1909 (Subject to further investigation)05 Oct 1976CA 1962, Department of Science [II], Central Office – for Government Paint Committee05 Oct 1976CA 2107, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Central Office – For War Graves07 May 1982CA 3254, Department of Defence Support, Central Office – for naval dockyards, research and development laboratories, defence industry development function03 Feb 1987CA 5, Attorney-General’s Department, Central Office – for War Crimes Act 194501 Jul 1987CA 6982, Defence Industry Development Office, South Australia/Northern Territory – Defence Industry Development Division, Industry Development Branch, SA24 Aug 1987CA 5989, Department of Industrial Relations [II], Central Office – for the Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal01 Jan 1988CA 7194, Defence Housing Australia, Head Office – Defence Housing Board(More)Controlled agency14 Apr 1942 –CA 1129, RAAF Air Attache, Washington, USA14 Apr 1942 – 19 Jan 1946CA 1468, War Cabinet Secretariat14 Apr 1942 – 07 Dec 1959CA 1814, Australian Imperial Forces Canteens Funds Trust14 Apr 1942 – 24 Sep 1997CA 289, Defence Committee [II]14 Apr 1942 –CA 318, Chiefs of Staff Committee14 Apr 1942 – 31 May 1942CA 361, Administrative Planning Committee14 Apr 1942 – 31 Dec 1950CA 379, Defence Communications Committee14 Apr 1942 – 31 Dec 1947CA 424, Medical Services Advisory Committee14 Apr 1942 – 01 Apr 1944CA 421, (Services) Man Power Committee14 Apr 1942 – 01 Jan 1972CA 4210, HMAS LEEUWIN [I], Western Australia(More)Persons associated with agency14 Apr 1942 – 05 Jul 1945CP 258, The Rt Hon John Joseph Ambrose CURTIN PC – Minister14 Apr 1942 – 28 Oct 1956CP 320, Sir Frederick Geoffrey SHEDDEN KCMG, OBE – Secretary14 Apr 1942 – 01 Jan 1945CP 428, Robert Frederick FELGENNER – Clerk (South Australia)03 Apr 1944 – 03 Jul 1944CP 81, The Rt Hon Francis Michael FORDE PC – Acting Minister19 Oct 1944 – 22 Jan 1945CP 81, The Rt Hon Francis Michael FORDE PC – Acting Minister30 Apr 1945 – 06 Jul 1945CP 84, The Rt Hon John Albert BEASLEY – Acting Minister06 Jul 1945 – 15 Aug 1946CP 84, The Rt Hon John Albert BEASLEY – Minister15 Aug 1946 – 01 Nov 1946CP 81, The Rt Hon Francis Michael FORDE PC – Minister05 Jun 1947 – 26 Aug 1947CP 268, The Rt Hon Joseph Benedict CHIFLEY PC – Acting Minister14 Nov 1947 – 16 Feb 1948CP 268, The Rt Hon Joseph Benedict CHIFLEY PC – Acting Minister(More)Date registered23 Sep 1987
Agency details for: CA 46
Agency numberCA 46TitleDepartment of Defence [III], Central OfficeDate range14 Apr 1942 -Series recorded by this agencySeriesOrganisation controlling14 Apr 1942 –CO 1, COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIALocationAustralian Capital TerritoryAgency statusDepartment of StateFunction14 Apr 1942 –DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE14 Apr 1942 –DEFENCE RESEARCH14 Apr 1942 –DEFENCE ADMINISTRATION30 Nov 1973 –NAVY30 Nov 1973 –NAVY ADMINISTRATION30 Nov 1973 –AIR FORCE30 Nov 1973 –AIR FORCE ADMINISTRATION30 Nov 1973 –ARMY30 Nov 1973 –ARMY ADMINISTRATION13 Dec 1984 –DEFENCE INDUSTRIESAgency noteCreationOn 14 April 1942, the Prime Minister, Mr Curtin, announced that the title of the Department of Defence Co-ordination was to be changed to the Department of Defence [III] as this was a more appropriate description of the functions of the Department in regard to defence policy and joint-service questions. It was envisaged that the functions would embrace a wider scope under the new organisation for the south-w ……(More)Previous agencyCA 3819, Commonwealth Loans and National Savings Organisation, Victoria/ (from 1974) Australian Government Loans and National Savings Organisation, Victoria – Directorate of Army Recruiting14 Apr 1942CA 34, Department of Information, Central Office – for publicity censorship14 Apr 1942CA 37, Department of Defence Co-ordination, Central Office – for all remaining functions31 Dec 1946CA 537, Army Inventions Directorate19 Dec 1972CA 11, Department of the Treasury [I], Central Office – for Defence Forces Retirement Benefits Act 1948-197219 Dec 1972CA 31, Department of the Interior [II], Central Office – for civil defence30 Nov 1973CA 11, Department of the Treasury [I], Central Office – War Precautions Act Repeal Act 192030 Nov 1973CA 579, Navy Office – Naval Stores Branch30 Nov 1973CA 580, Navy Office – Naval Victualling Branch30 Nov 1973CA 585, Navy Office – Naval Works Branch(More)Subsequent agency01 Sep 1943CA 34, Department of Information, Central Office – for publicity censorship01 Apr 1944CA 17, Department of Health, Central Office – for services/civil medical co-ordination16 Nov 1950CA 9, Postmaster-General’s Department, Central Administration – for Telegraph Act 1909 (Subject to further investigation)05 Oct 1976CA 1962, Department of Science [II], Central Office – for Government Paint Committee05 Oct 1976CA 2107, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Central Office – For War Graves07 May 1982CA 3254, Department of Defence Support, Central Office – for naval dockyards, research and development laboratories, defence industry development function03 Feb 1987CA 5, Attorney-General’s Department, Central Office – for War Crimes Act 194501 Jul 1987CA 6982, Defence Industry Development Office, South Australia/Northern Territory – Defence Industry Development Division, Industry Development Branch, SA24 Aug 1987CA 5989, Department of Industrial Relations [II], Central Office – for the Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal01 Jan 1988CA 7194, Defence Housing Australia, Head Office – Defence Housing Board(More)Controlled agency14 Apr 1942 –CA 1129, RAAF Air Attache, Washington, USA14 Apr 1942 – 19 Jan 1946CA 1468, War Cabinet Secretariat14 Apr 1942 – 07 Dec 1959CA 1814, Australian Imperial Forces Canteens Funds Trust14 Apr 1942 – 24 Sep 1997CA 289, Defence Committee [II]14 Apr 1942 –CA 318, Chiefs of Staff Committee14 Apr 1942 – 31 May 1942CA 361, Administrative Planning Committee14 Apr 1942 – 31 Dec 1950CA 379, Defence Communications Committee14 Apr 1942 – 31 Dec 1947CA 424, Medical Services Advisory Committee14 Apr 1942 – 01 Apr 1944CA 421, (Services) Man Power Committee14 Apr 1942 – 01 Jan 1972CA 4210, HMAS LEEUWIN [I], Western Australia(More)Persons associated with agency14 Apr 1942 – 05 Jul 1945CP 258, The Rt Hon John Joseph Ambrose CURTIN PC – Minister14 Apr 1942 – 28 Oct 1956CP 320, Sir Frederick Geoffrey SHEDDEN KCMG, OBE – Secretary14 Apr 1942 – 01 Jan 1945CP 428, Robert Frederick FELGENNER – Clerk (South Australia)03 Apr 1944 – 03 Jul 1944CP 81, The Rt Hon Francis Michael FORDE PC – Acting Minister19 Oct 1944 – 22 Jan 1945CP 81, The Rt Hon Francis Michael FORDE PC – Acting Minister30 Apr 1945 – 06 Jul 1945CP 84, The Rt Hon John Albert BEASLEY – Acting Minister06 Jul 1945 – 15 Aug 1946CP 84, The Rt Hon John Albert BEASLEY – Minister15 Aug 1946 – 01 Nov 1946CP 81, The Rt Hon Francis Michael FORDE PC – Minister05 Jun 1947 – 26 Aug 1947CP 268, The Rt Hon Joseph Benedict CHIFLEY PC – Acting Minister14 Nov 1947 – 16 Feb 1948CP 268, The Rt Hon Joseph Benedict CHIFLEY PC – Acting Minister(More)Date registered23 Sep 1987
Series details for: AWM86
Series numberAWM86TitleArmy Signals [Army Headquarters Signal Traffic 1952-1954]Accumulation dates01 Jan 1950 – 31 Dec 1954Contents dates01 Jan 1950 – 31 Dec 1954Items in this series on RecordSearch150

Click to see items listed on RecordSearch. Please contact the National Reference Service if you can’t find the record you want as not all items from the series may be on RecordSearch.Agency/person recording01 Jan 1950 – 31 Dec 1954CA 36, Department of the Army, Central OfficeAgency/person controlling01 Jan 1950 –CA 46, Department of Defence [III], Central OfficeSystem of arrangement/ controlchronological and by source of signal transmissionRange of control symbols[1] – [117]Predominant physical formatPAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTSSeries noteSeries numberAWM86(More)Related series AWM277, Records of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals (RA Sigs)01 Jan 1950 – 31 Dec 1954AWM85, Australian Army unit war diaries, KoreaDate registered20 Sep 1988
Series details for: AWM399
Series numberAWM399TitleCommander’s Diaries – Australian Contingent ASC – United Nations Transitional Authority Cambodia UNTACAccumulation dates1993 – circa 2006Contents dates1991 – 1993Items in this series on RecordSearch37

Click to see items listed on RecordSearch. Please contact the National Reference Service if you can’t find the record you want as not all items from the series may be on RecordSearch.Agency/person recording1993 – 2006CA 46, Department of Defence [III], Central OfficeAgency/person controlling CA 46, Department of Defence [III], Central OfficeSystem of arrangement/ controlTop number imposed across whole seriesRange of control symbols[1] -Predominant physical formatPAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTSSeries noteSeries numberAWM399Series titleCommander’s Diaries – Australian Contingent ASC – United Nations Transitional Authority CambodiaSeries contents ranges1991-1993Extent1 metreAccess conditionsSubject to the Archives Act, 1983Agency controlling ……(More)Related series1993 – 31 Dec 1997AWM277, Records of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals (RA Sigs)1993 – 2019AWM260, Peacekeeping operation, miscellaneous recordsFeb 2004 – 2016AWM330, Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War OperationsDate registered23 Jul 2019
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