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 Australian TAC Signs after World War 2

Military Police "TAC sign". This sign is used on all Military Police vehicles of the Field Force or now Land Command and the number "79" denotes Military Police Corps. This sign is for barracks environment; in the field the sign would be a black 79 over a green background. The 79 TAC sign has been used since the first days of numbering different Corps on vehicles within the Australian Army to denote MP.

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