Equal Justice for Troops blog

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Equal Justice for Troops blog is a military justice and veterans blog which discusses issues affecting servicemembers and veterans of Australia and United States. The topics of the blog concern military justice, health, freedom of information, privacy, defense spending, active duty pay, retirement benefits, housing and national security matters. There is also discussion on the rights of servicemembers and veterans to exercise their rights to redress grievances and issues of fairness affecting military personnel and veterans.[1] It was created in March 2009 by U.S. Navy veteran Norbert Basil MacLean III O'Connor Keough who is a dual citizen of Australia and the United States.

In February 2010, the blog was selected for preservation by the National Library of Australia due to its national significance.[2]

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