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Help us raise vital funds for Legacy
From 1 July, Toll Transitions will donate $1 to
Legacy for each Application For Relocation (AFR)
entered online via Toll Transitions' website. Our aim
is to raise more than $10,000 in the coming peak
In addition to helping Legacy, you will also go into a
monthly draw* for a Valet Unpack Ser vice.**
Enter your AFR online today to help us
increase our donation to Legacy and for
your chance to win.
*Terms and Conditions apply.
**Valet Unpack Service includes : Furniture arranged in each room, beds
made, goods unpacked and put away in cupboards, bench tops wiped down
cartons fully emptied and collapsed ready for collection by removalist.
Only one month until Christmas! Complete
your AFR online NOW so we can help you.
Are you relocating before or in the month following Christmas? Have you completed your Application
for Relo cation (AFR )? Toll Transitions Case Managers are ready to help as soon as you submit your
e your relocation documentation as quickly as possible, especially
preferred moving dates are to be achieved.
UR Relocation, OUR Priority
Make sure your current home address is updated in PMKeys.
Complete your Pre-AFR / AFR as soon as possible online via our
On receipt of your completed AFR your Toll Transitions Case Manager
will contact you by phone to confirm the details of your relocation.
The priority of your Toll Transitions Case Manager is to ensure that you
are fully informed and supported throughout the relocation process.
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November 24, 2011
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NETWORKING: 3CRU technicians CPL Chris Schulz, above,
and LAC Justin Roberts, below, of RAAF Base Williamtown,
operate transmission equipment at HMAS Stirling, Garden
Island, during 3CRU's support to the Commonwealth Heads of
Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Perth.
Photos: AB Morgana Ramsey and AB Jayson Tufrey
75SQN TECHNICS: Above, LAC Tyler Turner carries out
an inspection of the flight control computer of an F/A-18 at
RMAF Base Butterworth during Exercise Bersama Lima in
Malaysia. Left, LACs Luke Gard and Simon Reuter-Vargas
find publication references before repairs to a flight control
computer during the exercise.
Photos: LAC Terry Hartin
READY TO RIDE: Canberra-based Defence cyclists are training and raising money for the 2011 Hartley Lifecare
Cycle Challenge. From left, SGT Lindy Turnbull, Christina Thorne, OFFCDT Adam Nelson, MAJ Chris Linden and
FLTLT Jonathon Anderson get ready to ride 450km from Canberra to Mt Kosciuszko from November 26-28 for
the challenge, which aims to motivate and inspire others to help children and young adults living with a physical
disability. Funds raised will go to ACT charity Hartley Lifecare, which offers flexible and innovative respite and
accommodation support to people with physical disabilities.
Photo: LAC Bill Solomou
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