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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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Category Archives: Navy News
The following additions have been made to our blog: Our Serving Communicators have just released their latest newsletter. This can be read by going to the Fleet News tab or clicking this Link Chapter 9 – Waiouru W/T – to … Continue reading
If you meet the ‘Criteria’ you may still be able to hire a Navy Motel. These facilities are tip top and far removed from the Navy Motels you will all remember. Surprise the family and take that week or weekend … Continue reading
Here are a couple of really nice pictures of HMNZS Canterbury undertaking flying operations in Pelorus Sound and HMNZS Otago an anchor Stewart Island. (double click on photo to enlarge)
The Navy is now on ‘Facebook’ and has over 1850 subscribers. If you are interested click on the Facebook Link.
The Chief of Navy has directed that the Naval Base be opened to the public on Saturday 9 October 2010. The Events Office is well into the planning of this activity and is actively engaging with the local community as … Continue reading
The Chief of Navy has approved a new Navy Logo. Details of the logo can be found by clicking here here. Two members of the association have the following thoughts about the new logo and have forwarded this direct to … Continue reading