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On 1 July 1915 the Australian Survey Corps was officially raised as a unit of the Permanent Military Forces. The following year, its members were permitted to join the 1st Australian Imperial Force, and immediately deployed to Europe and the Middle East with survey units of the Royal Engineers.
(55) The Minster agreed with the Military Board but used his discretion, the result being, The Governor-General in Council has approved of the undermentioned ex-Warrant Officer of the Permanent Military Forces being appointed, from the Reserve of Officers, Area Officer of a Training Area and Quartermaster of a unit of the Citizen Forces, dated 1st January 1922 with salary commencing at the rate of 350 [pound sterling] per annum: To be Quartermaster and Honorary, Captain.- Captain J.E.
3, of 12th January 1922, Permanent Military Forces, Australian Instructional Corps.
The idea of either permanent military forces at the disposal of the OAU or (more realistically) standing provisions for rapid deployment of forces from member states in times of crisis has been regularly aired at the OAU but has nor been concretised.
After the war, Butler applied and was accepted for service in the Permanent Military Forces, and he continued to serve in Darwin with Northern Territory Command with the rank of Gunner until 1961.
With the departure of British Troops, the necessity arose for the formation of Permanent Military Forces. The Military and Naval Forces Act was assented to in 1871 (24) with Lieutenant Colonel Richardson to be Commandant of the Permanent and Volunteer Military Forces and Captain T Baynes, Brigade Adjutant of Volunteer Forces to be Pay and Quartermaster of the Permanent and Volunteer Forces.
Regulations were issued in 1895 for the award of silver medals to the Permanent Military Forces for (i) Distinguished Conduct and Meritorious Service (ii) Distinguished Conduction the Field and (iii) Long Service and Good Conduct (18 years).
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