Surname: Luk
Christian Names: Kelly Wingkee
Country: Australia
State or Province: ACT
City or Town: Canberra
Service: Army
Branch: RMC Duntroon
Case Notes:

Kelly Wingkee Luk –  Federal Police Officer and Wannabe

Prior to joining the Australian Federal Police, Kelly Wingkee Luk had the privilege of graduating from the Australian Defence Force Academy, and then attending Royal Military College (RMC) Duntroon to finish off his training as a Commissioned Army Officer.

 Luk did not graduate from RMC and was discharged from the Army.  His behaviour, in relation to this exposure, indicates his removal from RMC was a wise decision.  Below is Kelly Wingkee Luk in various poses in the uniform of a Federal Police Officer wearing Defence Force medals, medal ribbands and other accoutrements.



In one photograph Luk is wearing the Australian Active Service Medal (AASM) with a clasp and the Australian Defence Medal (ADM), in addition he is wearing a Peacekeepers Blue Beret. The AASM is awarded with a clasp to denote the prescribed operation. Subsequent awards to the same person are made with an additional clasp.  The Governor-General has approved the following clasps for the award of the Australian Active Service Medal: Kuwait, Cambodia (20/10/91-7/10/93), Balkans (12/1/92-24/1/97), Vietnam 1975, East Timor (Faber 16/9/99-23/2/00, Warden 16/9/99-10/4/00, Tanager 20/2/00-19/5/02, Citadel 20/5/02-17/8/03), Somalia (Solace 10/1/93-21/5/93, Land & Air 2 nd UN Op 1/5/93-Present), Namibia, Rwanda, ICAT and IRAQ 2003. Luk was not involved in any of those deployments.

In the other photo he is wearing three unrecognizable medal ribbands and an Army Combat Badge (ACB).  

The truth is he has no entitlement to any Medals, ribbands, beret or the ACB

We have been contacted by people who served with Luk and they advise that he enlisted in January 1998 and resigned in February 2002 and spent his entire Defence Career in Canberra. Never at any time was he deployed on operational service.

By wearing medals he did not earn and by claiming to be a returned veteran, as further evidenced by the ACB, Luk has committed offences against the Defence Act 1903 Part VII Sections 80A and 80B. Both these offences carry a maximum penalty of $3,300 fine and six months imprisonment or both.

We don’t know if Luk is still a serving Federal Police Officer and we make no comment regarding that aspect, however, Veterans everywhere, will not tolerate frauds and wannabes who wear medals and badges without having done the hard work to earn them.

Apparently he never absorbed any of the rich military traditions and personal integrity that is required of a Commissioned Army Officer, because he has proven that he is a liar, fraud and wannabe, and therefore deserves the ignominious position of being featured on this web site.  

This is published in the public interest, particularly that of the Vietnam Veteran Community. All information presented here is fact and the truth. Reports from private citizens are supported by statements of fact and statutory declarations.

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