AUSTRALIA TRAINS REINFORCEMENTS FOR KOREA AT INGLEBURN, NEW SOUTH WALES, 1951
Reinforcements for Australian ground troops in Korea undergoing intensive battle training at military camps in Australia before being flown to the war zone. Nearly all of these men saw active service in various campaigns during the Second World War. Training was designed mainly to reaccustom them to front line conditions. Picture shows: With bayonets fixed, Australian troops cross a pontoon bridge while men on the far bank cover their advance. Gelignite is used to simulate bomb explosions nearby.