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Excerpt: Second World War The 6th Brigade is an Australian Army
brigade. First formed during the First World War as an infantry
unit of the Australian Imperial Force, the brigade served at
Gallipoli and in France and Belgium on the Western Front. In the
1920s, as part of a reorganisation of the Australian Army, it
became part of the 3rd Military District of the Citizens Military
Force, encompassing units from Victoria and South Australia. In
1991, it became part of the Ready Reserve Scheme, based at Enoggera
Barracks, in Brisbane Queensland, before being disbanded in 1996
when the scheme was discontinued. The brigade was re-raised on 1
March 2010 to oversee the Army's command support and intelligence,
surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance (CS
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