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AIR Force is encouraging all its former
members and their families to remain
connected to their Air Force family.
This message was reinforced on
March 28 when Director of Personnel
-- Air Force GPCAPT Geoff Harland
launched the Air Force Connect pro-
gram in Queensland at the RAAF
Aviation Heritage Centre at RAAF
CAF AIRMSHL Mark Binskin
approved the program late last year.
It focuses on enhancing the Air
Force's 'one team' concept and rec-
ognising that part-time and separated
members remain valued members of
the Air Force.
The program uses a range of com-
munications and events to keep past Air
Force members in touch with what is
happening in the service in order to pro-
vide them a continued sense of belong-
ing to the Air Force family.
It is also available to serving per-
sonnel who are on periods of extended
leave or other absence.
The event last month was attended
by Ipswich Mayor Councillor Paul
Pisasale, Councillor Cheryl Bromage
and former members and their fami-
"Air Force Connect has a simple
philosophy; once part of the Air Force
family, always part of the Air Force
family," GPCAPT Harland said.
"Air Force Connect is about creat-
ing a bond between past and present
members of the Air Force community.
"The contributions of our past
members form an instrumental part of
our celebrated history and have made
Air Force what it is today. Air Force
Connect helps bring past and current
members closer together."
Amberley was a fitting location
to launch the program in Queensland
because of the special connection the
base has with the city of Ipswich.
"Air Force was proud to work side
by side with local volunteers during
the Ipswich flood crisis. It is a bond
which I believe aligns with our Air
Force Connect philosophy -- and is
best described as family," GPCAPT
Past and present members and their
families are invited to join the Air Force
Connect community by forwarding their
details to Airforce.Connect@defence.
WELCOME BACK: Left,
OIC Aircraft Restoration
RAAF Aviation Heritage
Centre WOFF David
Caughley with former OIC
SIMPLE PHILOSOPHY: GPCAPT Geoff Harland addresses the crowd
at the launch of Air Force Connect, which he described as a simple
philosophy of "once part of the Air Force family, always part of the Air
Photos: LACW Jessica Smith
'... a bond
the Air Force
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