Streaming of Funeral Service

Streaming of footage will commence 15 minutes prior to the start time of the service.

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service. Once editing is complete, the footage will be posted which will include all 3 camera angles.

Disclaimer:
The costs associated with this service are for the filming only. We offer Live Streaming as a complimentary option. This is due to a 3rd party service provider being engaged and potential internet connectivity or technical issues that may be encountered. In the rare event that issues are encountered, we will endeavour to address them at the time. If the issues are not able to be resolved immediately, the service will be re-streamed and available to view as soon as possible following the conclusion of the service.

Belinda Jane Video cannot be held responsible for any interruption to the Live Streaming that may occur.
We appreciate your understanding.

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19 comments on “MAJ Bruce Davies MBE”

  1. Circumstances prohibited me from viewing Bruce’s funeral service on the day but, as I have regarded Bruce as a good friend over many years I was very pleased, through this means, to be able to now watch the service and pay tribute as though I was there.
    Go in peace brother, stand down now from a job well done. RIP

  2. Dearest Bruce, I feel very privileged to have known you, not only a hero…but such a kind & wise man.
    I will miss our chats, your stories & the cheek you gave at the gym.
    May you rest in peace.
    Love to your family & friends.

  3. It was my honor to work with Bruce during his writing of our story at Ngok Tavak, SRV.Our subsequent friendship was a treasured lifetime experience. Rest in peace my friend.

    Semper Fidelis

  4. A great loss to AATTV and a good mate. Bruce you served your country with honour and then undaunted you went on the ensure that AATTV history was written under your authorship. A stalwart member of AATTV who served with distinction and continued to serve after leaving the forces. A great loss to us all. Rest In Peace.
    Great words from Clarry Rule, President AATTV Association Vic Branch and Senator Jim Moylan on the military service of Bruce in the livestream funeral service. A great pity that COVID 19 restricted numbers but great to see the old and bold from AATTV in attendance.

  5. Would like to have been there to say goodbye to a great old friend. We sure had some great laughs together over the years.
    Your dad would have been proud of all you’ve done for his final farewell. We’ll have a beer or two tonight, or three or four like we used to do when the bloom of youth allowed us to enjoy our more “loud”times together. xx
    Sending warm warm hugs to you all.

  6. Would like to have been there to say goodbye to a great old friend. We sure had some great laughs together over the years.
    Your dad would have been proud of all you’ve done for his final farewell. We’ll have a beer or two tonight, or three or four like we used to do when the bloom of youth allowed us to enjoy our more “loud”times together. xx
    Sending warm warm hugs to you all.

  7. Thanking you Bruce for being here for us at Ngok Tavak! Now the world knows the how horrific battle is!

    As I am a survivor, I salute you daily for telling our story of a “picnic on a hilltop” in VN 1968! THANKS!

    Especially the ANZAC Day March in 2016 ~ when me & me daughter, Anneke, marched with you & the “Team”! Thanks for this & many years of peace since the book!!!

    To Ann, to Peta & family, I am with you…

  8. Love to Di, Rhys Peta and Lexie at this sad time l have lots of great memories of you brother, dad and granddad ,Love Suzanne

  9. A lovely service and fitting tribute to Bruce. May all you memories be happy and last a lifetime for you Peta, Rhys and Lexie.

  10. Earlier this week I received news of the passing of Bruce Davies from his daughter Peta Davies. Bruce was my key informant for my dissertation on military leadership in the Vietnam War. Bruce was an Australian military advisor who completed three tours in Vietnam and became a respected author on the war. More importantly, Bruce was a patient and demanding mentor who set a high benchmark in pursuing the hard truths in a complicated war. He opened up his home and shared his expertise with me despite the fact that I was an American “Sheila” and career Navy! Thank you, Bruce, for all you did for me, your Team, and your nation. RIP, mate.

  11. Bruce, you were a hero to me as a child, and when we reconnected after mum (your aunt) died, I rediscovered my childhood inspiration. I kept thinking I would get back in touch, there would always be time. How wrong I was, you will be missed, you will always have a place in my heart. Rest peacefully with Ann. To Rhys and Peta, all my love and sympathy. Cousin Sandra

  12. Bruce was a fine soldier, a distinguished officer, and credited war historian.. Farewell my friend.
    Ernie Chamberlain

  13. Bruce was a great contributor to so much that we hold dear and his passing leaves us all much poorer! I had planned to attend the service but family illness has regrettably intervened. Our thoughts are with the family and the Team as you work through this most difficult of days
    Frank Palmer. AATTV

  14. Bruce, may you rest in peace knowing your bravery, strength, compassion and love for your country lives on in those who loved you, and you loved in return.
    ❤️

  15. Bruce, my friend. I had no idea that you were fighting yet another battle and saddened beyond belief at your sudden passing. You have demonstrated your courage and professionalism for decades and done all of us AATTV warriors proud over the years. You’ll be sadly missed, yet always in our thoughts, mate. Soldier on Bruce … RIP my friend.

  16. Crikey Bruce I am sorry mate, I didn’t even know you were fighting this battle.
    Rest well warrior brother, you did your country proud.
    Although I never met your family I send my condolences and trust their love for and pride in you helps them.

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