HMAS Voyager: The Cruel Legacy
On February 10th, 1964, the HMAS Voyager bungled a routine exercise and passed under the bows of the aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne. The Voyager was sliced in two and sunk with the loss of 82 men. This program explores what happened to the young men who were Voyager survivors, many of whom are still battling for compensation from their former employer, the Government of Australia. Their burden, over 20 years of neglect, has been one of broken careers, sometimes broken marriages and often broken mental and physical health.
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