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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.
We hope you enjoy your visit and if you have something to add then please don't hesitate to contact us.
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Author Archives: Frank Rands
Members of the Association are invited to attend the Remembrance Service for HMS NEPTUNE at the Devonport Naval Base. The service will take place in St Christophers and this will be the 77th anniversary of the loss of HMS NEPTUNE. … Continue reading
We obviously live on the wrong side of the ditch. We are still trying to figure out what a Veteran is! Click HERE Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has spoken of a “culture of respect” for veterans as he rolled … Continue reading
A new tool was launched on 30 November 2018 and has been designed to guide veterans and New Zealand service personnel towards organisations that can help address their health, welfare and social needs. This is an online service directory called WeServed.nz. … Continue reading
As you will be aware a sub-committee of the Royal New Zealand Navy Communicators Assn was formed and comprises of Gary Houghton, Rod Berry, John Titmus, Neal Catley and Frank Rands. (sorry no army or air representatives) We recently met … Continue reading
This is quite confusing for some so here is a clear definition as to how NZDF and VANZ refer to Operational Service Definition of Operational Service Operational service is service which exceeds the normal requirements of peacetime service, and which … Continue reading
Here is an image of three wise men who met recently in Tauranga.