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Author Archives: Frank Rands
The Queen’s Speech prioritises both veterans and service personnel with a promise to further incorporate the Armed Forces Covenant in law. The Government has reaffirmed its solid commitment to protecting and supporting the armed forces in the Queen’s Speech. The … Continue reading
Here is an image of the Communicators crew who served in HMNZS ROTOITI in Hongkong 1960. Thanks, Billy B for the image. Back Row L-R Jake Huka, Herbie Anscombe, Don McMurray, Stu Boys, Miles Dalrymple, Laurie Leef, Dave Synott, Chas … Continue reading
The following are brief extracts from our “Five Eyes” coalition partner governments, i.e. Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and the United States prescribing their definition of “What is a Veteran”! Australia The Australian document is quite lengthy, so click on this … Continue reading
On behalf of the RNZNCA Committee, I would like to extend the compliments of the season to not only association members, but also other members of the Navy Communications Branch, both ex-serving and currently serving. Wishing you peace, joy and … Continue reading
By Neal Catley First, the Association commentary [11/12/2019] on ‘What is a Veteran” is endorsed. My earlier ‘RECTUM REACH’ comment in the margins that MOVA will more than likely decide to release the outcome of his VAB interim report about … Continue reading
A little bit of pomp and ceremony. Well worth a look Click HERE