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Australia was a member of the international coalition which contributed military forces to the 1991 Gulf War, also known as Operation Desert Storm. More than 1,800 Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel were deployed to the Persian Gulf from August 1990 to September 1991, while contingents from the Royal Australian Navy circulated through the region in support of the sanctions against Iraq until November 2001.
The Gulf Commitment: The Australian Defence Force's First War. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
the Australian Defence Force's first war. by D. M. Horner. Published 1992 by Melbourne University Press, International Specialized Book Services in Carlton, Vic, Portland, Ore.
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David Horner, The Gulf commitment: the Australian Defence Force’s first war, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1991. John Mortimer and David Stevens (eds), Presence, power projection and sea control: the RAN in the Gulf, 1990–2009, Canberra, Seapower Centre – Australia, 2009.
The Gulf Commitment: The Australian Defence Force'sFirst War .
The Gulf Commitment: The Australian Defence Force'sFirst War, Melbourne University Press (Melbourne, Australia), 1992. SIDELIGHTS: David Horner is recognized as an expert on Australian military history with a special interest in operational history, command, intelligence strategy, tactics, current defense issues, and concepts for land operations. Carlton, Victoria: Melbourne University Press. Horner, David (2002). SAS: Phantoms of War. A History of the Australian Special Air Service (Second e. Horner, David (2001). Making the Australian Defence Force. The Australian Centenary History of Defence. Volume IV. Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press. Sydney, New South Wales: Allen & Unwin. Horner, David, ed. (2008). Duty First: A History of the Royal Australian Regiment (Second e. Crows Nest: Allen & Unwin. Horner, David; Thomas, Neil (2009)
The Australian Army and Air Force provided personnel to Operation Habitat, the Australian contribution to Operation Provide . The Australian Defence Force’s First War. Melbourne University Press.
The Australian Army and Air Force provided personnel to Operation Habitat, the Australian contribution to Operation Provide Comfort, the delivery of humanitarian aid to Kurds living in the UN-declared exclusion zone in northern Iraq. Australian Medical Unit (Gir-I-Pit, Northern Iraq). Headquarters and Administrative Support Group. A History of Australian Artillery. Horner, David (2011). While the Australian forces did not see combat, they did play a significant role in enforcing the sanctions put in place against Iraq following the invasion of Kuwait, as well as other small support contributions to Operation Desert Storm.