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We who witnessed them, a crowd of some family, friends and old boys, were proud of what we saw: This old boy was there as part of the Reunion of the Class of the graduating Class of ' There were other Reunion groups there too, some older and some younger, but the Class of '64 was there in strength On my best behaviour, I was present but some of my fellow classmates were on edge, fearful that I might hoist the Eureka flag as I had provocatively suggested in the exchange of emails leading up to the Reunion and embarrass the class and the reunion organisers.
The suggestion had stirred up some emailed passions. One old mate, Kingo, suggested I "not bloody come"; another Col Toll, a former Duntroon boxing champion, that he would "deck" me if I did and he was standing near. In the days before the Reunion I had withdrawn the provocation, apologised and promised to be very, very good.
Not that I thought my stir was a major offence for I knew my classmates loved a stir and that they knew me as a stirrer from way back. But their worry was understandable for at the previous Reunion in '84, on the day before the big parade, I walked with my 20 year old daughter on my arm, out to the centre of the sacred parade ground.
When challenged by the Regimental Sergeant Major, as was fit his duty, I had enjoined in a shouting match across the Square. The incident was a major embarrassment both to my daughter who exclaimed with rising tones of exasperation: I saw Des Mueller striding from the scene, striving for invisibility.
It was a giggle to some of my no longer serving classmates who understood some of my need to blow off some of my past. And never once had I shouted back. Now ten years later, with the media notoriety of my Eureka work still fresh upon me, a few of my Classmates were whispering amongst themselves, wondering where I might be in the crowd and what I might be doing.
Some of my fellows told me later they had expected a Eureka Flag to drop from that airplane; another that I would drape it over the ceremonial Bentley bearing the Governor General away.
But me not doing. Me sitting apart and being very respectful, simply enjoying the spectacle like everyone else. And making theatre anyway: The Governor General, Major General Mike Jeffery, warmly congratulated the cadets and assured them they were entering a honourable career and at an interesting time with plenty of opportunities to serve overseas.
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Laying Ghosts to Rest A 40th Anniversary Reunion at Royal Military College, Duntroon 11 December Perfect was the Passing Out Parade for the Royal Military College, Duntroon, Class of a perfect Canberra day, a dignified ceremony, a grand spectacle, an excellent brass band and the cadets all resplendent and beautifully drilled.
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