Here is your chance.. Just what the wife/partner/girlfriend wants in her lounge. Yes a B40 Receiver…. This is on Trademe and will sell next Saturday with no Reserve. Current bid is $150. Click HERE to see listing. Described as a vintage radio for vintage communicators.
Hi to all Serving and Ex RNZN personnel living in and around the Perth area, and those of you who fly in and fly out of Regional WA.
Brent Bramley and Jeff Brown are very interested in getting a group of ‘pussers’ together to march at ANZAC Day as a separate group. I am sure they would welcome any NZ Army or Air personnel as well.
A number of you will be on social media so please contact Jeff or Brams on a facebook site which has been set up and can be accessed by clicking HERE or leave a comment to this post and I will forward it on.
One for the naval history buffs. Click play to listen
Answer: Defender Class Torpedo Boat. Defender to Lyttelton. Taiaroa to Port Chalmers. Waitemata to Auckland and Poneke to Wellington. The crews were called the Torpedo Branch of the Armed Constabulary. Tevour Appleton again in first. Getting to be a habit.
Did you serve in the Army, Navy or Air Force during the Malayan Emergency, Malay/Thailand Border or Indonesian Confrontation between 19 Jun 1948 and 31 Dec 1966?
If your answer is yes, the NZ Malay Veterans Association and the NZRSA are conducting a health survey, which in time may be added to the VANZ Presumptive Lists – the automatic acceptance of certain disabilities for a War Disablement Pension.
Please click HERE for the attached Survey Form.
This website has been designed to enable ex and serving Communications Branch Personnel of the Royal New Zealand Navy to maintain contact with fellow Communicators and to advise members of items of interest as they arise.
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