Thank you very much Tehori, was gutted that I had missed it due to post ANZAC ceremony activities, and wasn't able to find the name of the program to look up etc etc. Cpl Apiata: What an asset to New Zealand.
The Navy citation is the unit equivalent of a Navy Cross and was established on 6 February 1942.
The Navy version has blue, yellow, and red horizontal stripes.
To distinguish between the two versions of the Presidential Unit Citation, the Navy version is typically referred to as the Navy and Marine Corps Presidential Unit Citation while the Army and Air Force refer to the decoration simply as the Presidential Unit Citation.
These are only worn by persons who meet the criteria at the time it is awarded to the unit.
Unlike the Army, those who later join the unit do not wear it on a temporary basis.
Members of an Australian Special Forces Task Group made up of personnel of the Australian Special Air Service Regiment, augmented by personnel from other units, served in Task Force K-Bar. The Presidential Unit Citation was the third to an Australian unit, joining the Army PUC awarded to 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment in the Korean War and the Army PUC awarded to D Company, 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment in the Vietnam War.