День АНЗАК - ADF - Australian Defence Force - War Heroes Remembrance Song.

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ADF - Australian Defence Force - War heroes remembrance song.

New mastered version mp3 (Oct 2012) of the Australian war heroes song can be downloaded at - Better sound quality. You can also download sheet music and lyrics plus the original mp3 and a 4 minute version of the song. Backing track Now Available.

New social page for the song at
Australian Defence Force tribute.

The song on this video is a modern day tribute to Australians who serve and have died in places like Afghanistan, Iraq, East Timor and on peacekeeping and humanitarian operations around the world. Australia has a proud military history based on the ANZAC tradition of mateship, courage and sacrifice. Those that serve today in the Australian Defence Force (ADF), continue that proud tradition.

Official website for Can You Hear Australia's Heroes Marching? at
Australians Killed in Afghanistan - Lest We Forget

Andrew Russell 33 - David Pearce 41 - Matthew Locke 33 - Luke Worsley 26 - Jason Marks 27 - Sean McCarthy 25 - Michael Fussell 25 - Gregory Michael Sher 30 - Mathew Hopkins 21 - Brett Till 31 - Benjamin Ranaudo 22 - Darren SMith 25 - Jacob Moerland 21 - Ben Chuck 27 - Timothy Aplin 38 - Scott Palmer 27 - Nathan Bewes 23 - Jason THomas Brown 29 - Grant Kirby 35 - Thomas Dale 21 - Jared MacKinney 28 - Richard Edward Atkinson 22 - Jamie Larcombe 21 - Brett Wood 32 - Andrew Jones 25 - Marcus Case 27 - Matt Lambert 26 - Rowan Robinson 23 - Todd Langley 35 - Bryce Duffy 26 - Ashley Birt 22 - Luke Gavin 27 - Blaine Diddams 40 - Nathanael Galagher 23 - Mervyn McDonald 30 - Stjepan Milosevic 40 - James Martin 21 - Robert Poate 23 - Scott Smith 24 - Cameron Stewart Baird 32

40 Australian soldiers have been killed in the Afghanistan war.

Stuart Nash, 21, was a Rifleman in the British Army. He was born in Sydney and was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2008. He is not counted in the list of Australian casualties above.

Over 100,000 Australians have lost their lives in the service and defence of our country. Along with their mates, they're marching once again, in the towns and cities, across our great land.

The song is timeless and honours the memory of those who have died in the service and defence of Australia in war.

The marching theme of the song is especially powerful and supports the spirit of ANZAC Day. The song does not glorify war or endorse conflict of any kind. The song simply highlights the sacrifice of many Australians who died in the service and defence of our country in war.

The song has been used for commemorative purposes across Australia by schools, churches, choirs, bands, councils, retirement homes, RSL branches and ANZAC tributes at NRL & AFL matches. Radio stations throughout Australia have broadcast the song leading up to ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day. The song is also requested to be played at funerals (for veterans).

Want to know what influenced the author to write and create the song? Go to

ADF Tribute Website at

You can also watch a video of the song relating to WW1 at

You can also watch a video of the song relating to WW2 at
You can also watch a video of the song relating to the Korean War at

You can also watch a video of the song relating to the Vietmam War at

More Australian songs by the author at

'Can you hear Australia's heroes marching?' © Peter Barnes 2001 - 2012. All Rights Reserved. All content (including images) remains the property of the respective copyright holders.

Modern day military music.

ANZAC Day website:

Remembrance Day website:
List of australians who have died in Afghanistan.
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