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CARMICHAEL, Malcom Maxwell CSM

CARMICHAEL, Malcolm Maxwell CSM

Malcolm Maxwell Carmichael was a boarder at the College from 14 February 1957 to December 1964.

'Max' started his Army service as a Reservist, and later transferred to the Regular Army, serving two operational tours in East Timor, and one on Bougainville, all on peace-keeping operations. He was awarded the Conspicuous Service Medal in the Queen's Birthday Honours in 2003, and retired from the Regular Army in 2004 with the rank of Major.

Sources: 'Geelong Collegians at the Second World War and Subsequent Conflicts' compiled by J. Affleck p 562 (citing The Pegasus; Australian War Memorial; Carmichael Family Recollections.
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