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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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Category Archives: General Updates
The Band of the Royal New Zealand Navy will visit New Plymouth in November 17.
Here is an image taken at the 75th Anniversary of the WRNZNS Association. There are a number of Communicators here can you name them. I can count eleven.
On the 6 October 2017, the RNZN Communicators Association celebrated 50 years since its inauguration on the 6 October 1967. The Association celebrated the milestone with a Cocktail Party at the National Museum of the Royal New Zealand Navy in … Continue reading
News Flash everyone – This morning Anne Hine delivered a number of copies of “75 Years of Memories – Women in the RNZN” to the Navy Museum in Devonport. The publication is available for sale at a very reasonable price … Continue reading
The following Sailors ‘Crossed the Bar’ during the month of October 2017. Details of funerals etc can be found by clicking HERE. STEVENSON Nolan RDF KLINK, Selwyn Charles (Charlie) Stoker PHILP, Roger Charles LT DEBENHAM, Raymond John (Ray) Seaman LILLEY, … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading