Aboriginal Skills Vital For Soldiers

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Maintaining the borders of the world's largest island is no easy task. These Aboriginal soldiers patrol Australia's northern coast on the lookout for an increasing number of boats carrying asylum seekers as well as illegal fishing vessels and drug smugglers. And when their official duties are done for the day, they come back to face the threat of saltwater crocodiles and other deadly creatures -- often in searing heat or monsoon rains.