Category: Kiaps and Patrols

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Didiman’s Diary #6

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Communications: Paul Oates

The Daily Radio Sked Arriving at my first Patrol Post in 1969, I was introduced to that slender and sometimes tenuous life line of TPNG outstations, the radio schedule or ‘sked’. In 1969 in...

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A reunion 50 years in the making

In stark contrast to the 1962-1963 Cadet Education Officers (aka The Reunion Junkies), the first official reunion of the 1963-1964 CEOs has been held. Thirteen of the 38 who attended the Passing Out Ceremony...

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A career kiap’s wife: Nancy Johnston

Speech given at Sharing Histories: Kiap tribute event at the National Archives of Australia, 20 November 2010 In March 2002 Chris Viner-Smith commenced a lone campaign to have the service of Kiaps formerly recognised...