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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.
We would especially invite serving members of the Communictions Branch to come and visit the site and to access the knowledge of the retired members in any communications projects which they may be assigned. Remember there is years of experience available on tap and all you have to do is ask.
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Author Archives: Frank Rands
Here is an article on HMS Queen Elizabeth together with some great images and video. Click HERE to read the article. This is a must view article.
Here is an image of two Communicators making the headlines. A quick visit to the Naval Base by our Prime Minister and Defence Minister. Well done Lisa and Wayne and you are also looking good Admiral.
This is what happens when we leave our past to someone who does not understand its relevance. They should have removed it, rather than let it rot and become an eyesore. HMNZS TAMAKI Quartermasters Lobby, In contrast here is an … Continue reading
These three images will stir some memories. Thanks Ditz for the memories. The first is HMNZS SANTON leaving the Singapore Station in 1966 and heading for Portsmouth. Decommissioning pennant flying A class from the ‘Rock’ A class from who knows … Continue reading
The following Sailors ‘Crossed the Bar’ during the month of August 2017. Details of funerals etc can be found by clicking HERE. LEGGOE, Arnold Thomas Richard EM URWIN, Paul Francis Leading Steward BUCKINGHAM, Samuel Graham CPOWM STEPHENS, Trevor Cyril. ME … Continue reading
This is a good question and has nothing to do with entitlements.. It is certainly worth thinking about and raising with your member of parliament because if you have served in the New Zealand Defence Force you are not necessarily … Continue reading
The Te Atatu Memorial RSA will again be hosting this years annual Trafalgar Day Luncheon. The luncheon will be held on Friday, 20th October 2017 and will be celebrated in true Naval fashion. Click HERE for the registration form.