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Western Australian University Regiment

Western Australian University Regiment
The Western Australian University Regiment is an Army Reserve unit of the Australian Army.

The Western Australian University Regiment (WAUR) is the dedicated Regional Army Reserve Training Unit for 13th Brigade. 

WAUR is located at Leeuwin Barracks, East Fremantle, on Perth's Swan River, as well as Irwin Barracks, Karrakatta. 

WAUR forms part of Forces Command with a mission of delivering directed individual and collective training IOT support, sustain and reinforce the operational capability of the ADF. 

WAUR consists of a diverse range of experienced instructors dedicated to the conduct of Reserve Officer Cadet training, driver courses, infantry initial employment training courses, Reserve Response Force courses, and other instructor qualification courses. 

WAUR has a proud history of training quality junior officers for service in the Army Reserve, but more recently the main effort has switched to Army Reserve soldier training in the western region. 

WAUR staff consists of personnel with operational experience in Vietnam, Rwanda, Iraq, Afghanistan, Timor-Leste (East Timor) and the Solomon Islands.

The motto of Western Australian University Regiment is 'Seek wisdom'.

Last updated
14 December 2016
Army: Courage. Initiative. Respect. Teamwork.
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