We make our 1st visit the site of a 1944 Australian Army Casualty Clearing Station (CCS) in remote Northern Queensland. This was Australia’s ‘Front Line’ during the New Guinea campaigns. The CCS was deployed to treat casualties from Merauke in New Guinea, RAAF aircrew injured in operational sorties from the nearby forward airstrip, and any personnel injured during Japanese air raids. Surprise finds near the end of the hunt were a glorious 1927 King George V silver Florin, and a Sterling Silver ring fashioned from a Sixpence by some lonely digger for his sweetheart! Thanks for watching and please take the time to visit our site www.nqexplorers.com. Happy Hunting everyone!