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Australia's first combat casualty in the Vietnam war has come home decades after the conflict ended. Warrant Officer Kevin Conway's remains were on board a giant air force plane that landed at a base north-west of Sydney. With him were the remains of dozens of other Australian servicemen. Source: abc.net.au

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