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John Caligari

Australian Army, Marist College Canberra, Operation Solace, United Nations Truce Supervision Organization
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Major General John Graham Caligari DSC AM, is a senior officer of the Australian Army. His current appointment is Head Modernisation and Strategic Plans Army (HMSP-A). Caligari was born in Brisbane in 1960. He graduated from Marist College Canberra in 1978, and entered the Royal Military College, Duntroon the following year where he undertook training to become an officer in the Australian Army. Upon graduating from Duntroon in 1982, Caligari was assigned to the Royal Australian Infantry Corps and was posted to the 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (1 RAR), an infantry unit that his father, Barry Caligari, commanded.[1] In 1989, Caligari was in the Middle East as a United Nations observer on the Lebanese/Israeli border with UNTSO, and subsequently at at UNTSO Headquarters in Jerusalem (Operation Paladin). He took his wife, Narelle, a nurse, and his twin sons, then aged nine months, with him to Israel. From late 1990, he was a rifle company commander in the 1st Battalion. In 1993 he was an operations officer of the 1st Battalion Group deployed to Somalia as part of Operation Solace, for which he was awarded a Chief of the Defence Force Commendation.

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