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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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You will be aware from a previous post the composition of the Veterans Advisory Board which was established in August by the Minister of Defence. This Board has been tasked with determining what is most probably the most fundamental question … Continue reading
Members of the Veterans’ Advisory Board are appointed by the Minister for Veterans. Leith Comer, Chair – Served in the New Zealand Army for 21 years, including as a senior officer. Has extensive knowledge of the workings of government, as … Continue reading
For those members who were not at the National RSA Conference, here is the speech by the Minister of Defence, Ron Mark 31 OCTOBER 2018 Speech to the RSA National Conference 2018 Ron Mark HON RON MARK Veterans It has … Continue reading
The following Sailors ‘Crossed the Bar’ during the month of November 2018. Details of funerals etc can be found by clicking HERE. CUPPLES, John William LSG MORELL, Edward John (“Ted”) Seaman RUSSELL, Norman David Stoker
If you joined the RNZN as part of Class CS82 – January 1965 this could be just for you. We are looking for Registrations of Interest for a Reunion for CS82 recruits. This would be the 55th Year since we … Continue reading