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What does RSSAIL stand for?

RSSAIL stands for Returned Sailors Soldiers and Airmens Imperial League

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In 1940, the name of the League changed to the Returned Sailors' Soldiers' and Airmens Imperial League of Australia (RSSAILA), and a subsequent change of name took effect in 1965, as the Returned Services League of Australia (RSL). Two more name changes occurred, in 1983 to Returned Services League of Australia Limited (RSL) and in 1990 to Returned & Services League of Australia Limited (RSL). [1] The objects of the League remain relatively unchanged from its first incorporation.
In 1940, the name of the League changed to the Returned Sailors’ Soldiers’ and Airmens Imperial League of Australia (RSSAILA), and a subsequent change of name took effect in 1965, as the Returned Services League of Australia (RSL). Two more name changes occurred, in 1983 to Returned Services League of Australia Limited (RSL) and in 1990 to Returned & Services League of Australia Limited (RSL). The objects of the League remain relatively unchanged from its first incorporation.
It was formed as the Returned Sailors and Soldiers Imperial League of Australia in 1916, became the Returned Sailors' Soldiers' and Airmens Imperial League of Australia in 1940, and became the Returned Services League of Australia in 1965. The change to its current name was made in 1990 to reflect the organisation's concern for current as well as former servicemen and servicewomen. The patron of the RSL is Queen Elizabeth.
June 1916 Conference of Returned Soldiers’ Association recommended formation of The Returned Sailors and Soldiers Imperial League of Australia (RSSILA) September 1916 First RSSILA Congress (delegates from QLD, SA, TAS and VIC) March 1917 NSW admitted to the League March 1918 WA admitted to the League 1927 Formation of the ACT Branch November 1940 Name changed to the Returned Sailors’ Soldiers’ and Airmens Imperial League.
We encourage fellowship and mateship and, as a national group, we can effectively lobby the Government. The Hervey Bay RSL Sub-Branch provides effective and efficient management of the Sub-Branch’s assets and resources for the benefit of its members and of the serving members of the Australian Defence Force. We are able to offer contact details for the many affiliated ex-service organisations in the Hervey Bay area, amongst others the Australian Veterans Group Post 1975. On 17 May 1929 the first official meeting of the Pialba Sub Branch of the Returned Sailors’ & Soldiers’ Imperial League of Australia was held in the Pialba Shire Hall. The Hervey Bay Sub Branch of the Returned Sailors’ & Soldiers’ and Airmens’ Imperial League.
In 1960 the president of the New South Wales Returned Sailors’ Soldiers’ and Airmens’ Imperial League of Australia, Bill Yeo, led a delegation of 45 other Gallipoli veterans to the Dardanelles. According to Brisbane’s the Courier Mail of 25 April, 1964, at Gallipoli they were read “a special message from the Turkish government”.