Good luck – no, no, good luck to you…
Sergeant Nathan Lissing, deployed on Operation Mazurka – the Australian Defence Force’s contribution to the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) in Sinai, Egypt – is a big South Sydney Rabbitohs fan.
CAPTION: Sergeant Nathan Lissing watches a South Sydney Rabbitohs match while deployed with the MFO in Sinai, Egypt. Photo supplied.
And, when the Rabbits heard about his support from afar, mutual admiration was despatched around the world to Sergeant Lissing and his colleagues.
The MFO is a non-UN organisation established in 1981 to oversee long-standing peace agreements between Egypt and Israel.
MFO force is made up from 13 troop-contributing nations of which Australia is one.
Australian’s contingent assists in the peace process by monitoring the border, preparing daily operational briefings and supporting the MFO Headquarters.
The ADF contingent comprises up to 27 personnel from Navy, Army and RAAF who deploy to Operation Mazurka for between six and nine months.
GO THE RABBITS!!!!!