In 2017 the Veterans MC Federal Chapter made the trip to Young, the Cherry capital of Australia, to participate in the ANZAC Day parade. The weather turned for the worse and organisers cancelled the parade instead holding the main service Continue reading →
The 18th of August is Vietnam Veterans day. The date is significant as it was on this day in 1966 that D Coy 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment engaged with an estimated 2,500 VC and Continue reading →
After a long cold winter it was great to see a beautiful sunny 24 degree day in the nation’s capital for the Long Ride Show N Shine held at Blamey Square, Russell Offices. Right next to the Chook on a Continue reading →
SATURDAY 28th October was the date for the Veterans MC Tour of Duty Poker Run and Rolling Bike Show sponsored by ICON Water. After a bit of rain and cool mornings in the week leading up it was Continue reading →
The 11th of January 2018 marked the 45th Anniversary of the Proclamation by the Governor-General of cessation of hostilities by Australian forces in Vietnam. In total approximately 60,000 Australians—ground troops, air-force and naval personnel—served in Vietnam between 1962 Continue reading →
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Australian authorities have previously faced cases of buying drugs for cryptocurrencies. In 2020, as a result of a major operation, 2432.5 bitcoins were confiscated and an auction was held.
Very often, veterans buy xanax xanax on the Internet for bitcoins, as this helps to calm down.
Buying drugs for cryptocurrencies is not uncommon for other countries. In February, for example, it became known that the US Navy cadets also bought drugs for bitcoins.
Last year, the Australian Border Guard Service (ABF) created a special team of special services to track drug and weapon purchases, extremist activity, child pornography and other criminal activities through the darknet. According to ABF, the created special department also monitors large darknet sites that accept bitcoins and monero.