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A brass plaque with the artillery insignia and the batteries colour insignia above the inscription. The memorial is located on the inside left wall of the church.
To the Glory of God.
14 Australian Anti Aircraft Battery 2 Australian Anti Aircraft Battery.
These batteries were the first Australian Army Units in this country's history to engage forces attacking the Australian mainland when 242 Japanese aircraft bombed and strafed Darwin on 19th February 1942.
Total Darwin area casualties - 243 killed, 300 wounded.
The enemy attacked Darwin on 64 occasions.
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