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Author Archives: Frank Rands
This was spotted at the Naval Museum recently. Does anyone have an answer? What is unusual is his Branch Badge. Ian (Manga) Heperi (RIP) was a Signalman, but is wearing a Radioman badge. Could this be the period when RO(G)s … Continue reading
HON RON MARK Defence Minister of Defence Ron Mark has departed for the Middle East and Africa. While overseas the Minister of Defence will visit NZDF personnel deployed to the Multinational Force and Observers mission on the Sinai Peninsula, the … Continue reading
This is to advise that Leading Signalman Johannes Nicolaas (Merry) Peters Q22531 crossed the bar on Friday, 18 January 2019. Merry joined the RNZN 26 January 1977 and served in TAMAKI, TASMAN, CANTERBURY, PHILOMEL, TARANAKI, WAKEFIELD, WELLINGTON, OTAGO and ROTOITI. … Continue reading
Well the writing is on the wall for some clubs. Click HERE to read on.
The following Sailors ‘Crossed the Bar’ during the month of January 2019. Details of funerals etc can be found by clicking HERE. GAMSER Colin John (CJ) LWTR GRIFFIN Glenn Raymond Stoker GEORGE Bryan Douglas Cook RAILTON Russell AB RP* TOOTILL, … Continue reading
LONGCAST 18 January 19 – Ngapona Assn Lunch at Swanson RSA 19 – 20 January 19 – Ngapona Assn Boating Weekend 28 January 19 – Auckland Anniversary Day 6 February 19 – Waitangi Day 8 February 19 – Navy Club … Continue reading
The MOD has released new projected figures on the numbers of ex-service personnel living in Great Britain over the next ten years. Click HERE to read further…