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October 13, 2011
Air Force events
October 23: Car and Bike Show,
October 29: RFDS Base Open Day,
October 3O: Spring Festival,
October 23: HMAS Cerberus Open
Spring Fair, Scullin
October 29: Port Augusta RFDS
13: Port Phillip Community
Senior's Ball, North Melbourne,
October 21: Laverton Officers'
Mess Ball, RAAF Base Williams.
October 22: Australian Military
Medical Association Conference,
Melbourne, from 8pm.
October 23: Children's Week
Picnic, Werribee Park.
October 23: Free public concert
at St Mark's Church, Camberwell,
October 26: 1RTU graduation
parade, RAAF Base Wagga, from
October 26: Children's Week
Picnic at Commonwealth Reserve,
To confirm dates and tim-
ings on events, contact the
Air Force Band on (03) 9256
MUCH TO SING ABOUT: Above, 87SQN's LACW Rosaleen Normoyle
gives two thumbs up to 36SQN's latest C-17A after it arrived at RAAF Base
Amberley. Right, Leah Taylor from Playford Primary School joins her father
FLGOFF Ian Taylor after performing the school's interpretation of the song
I was only 19 during the unveiling ceremony of a Battle of Britain honours
board at RAAF Base Edinburgh. Photos: LACW Jessica Smith and LACW Nicci Freeman
FAST-JET THANKS: Below, outgoing DSTO Chief Air Operations Division
David Graham (right) is all smiles with WGCDR Stewart Seeney after a
ride in an F/A-18 from 2OCU. Mr Graham has reached the end of a 40-year
career with DSTO, supporting Air Force's fast jets.
Photo: SGT Ricky Fuller
IN STITCHES: Reservist and
university student FLGOFF
Natasha Castree, left, learns field
stitching skills from SQNLDR
Kylie Hall during a recent clinical
skills workshop held at Enoggera
for 250 University of Queensland
pre-clinical medical students.
Photo: LAC Benjamin Evans
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