The Australian Intelligence Corps has a long and proud history of service in the Australian Army. It was first formed on 6 December 1907 to train soldiers for work in intelligence. The corps was disbanded in 1914 and replaced by Intelligence Sections of the General Staff. It was re-formed in 1939 and since then its personnel have served in ADF operations around the globe.
- Shrine Governor Colonel John Coulson OAM RFD ED
Reviewed 13 August 2021