NZ Frequency Managers Course

The first and probably last Radio Frequency Managers Course to be conducted in NZ.

There are five RNZN communicator students in this photo. Also an RNZAF student who was previously in the RNZN. Chris Simmons back row, 4th from the left.

Back Row – ?, Gary Rzepecky, ?, Chris Simmons, Laurie French, ?, ?, ?, George Randall, Chris Bond, Tony Johnson
Front Row – ?, Jim Dell, Bob Cook, S/Sgt Bell, Gary Hine.
The Army S/Sgt’s Back row 6th from left and 1st from left were also part of the Joint Force Communications Unit with me, Ex Joint Venture 1986, Cook Islands. The S/Sgt back row 6th from left was also on a Joint Comms course with me in RAAF Williamstown, late 1987. My apologies for not remembering names. The S/Sgt at Williamstown fell ill during the course and I think he did it again with Gary Rzepecky.

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2 Responses to NZ Frequency Managers Course

  1. Jim D says:

    Back Row – ?, Gary Rzepecky, ?, Chris Simmons, Laurie French, ?, ?, ?, George Randall, Chris Bond, Tony Johnson
    Front Row – ?, Jim Dell, Bob Cook, S/Sgt Bell, Gary Hine.
    Army S/Sgt’s Back row 6th from left and 1st from left were also part of the Joint Force Communications Unit with me, Ex Joint Venture 1986, Cook Islands. The S/Sgt back row 6th from left was also on a Joint Comms course with me in RAAF Williamstown, late 1987. My apologies for not remembering names. The S/Sgt at Williamstown fell ill during the course and I think he did it again with Gary Rzepecky.

  2. Jim D says:

    The memory has kicked in – S/Sgt’s name from JV86 and Williamstown is Neville Lockwood. He was also in Singapore in 1976 when Otago was up there.

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