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issue 204 OCTOBER 2016

NAVY IN THE POST

NAVAL REVIEW

NOT A BYSTANDER

1 Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Royal New Zealand Navy

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NAVY TODAY ISSUE 204 2016

DIRECTORY Published to inform, inspire and entertain serving and former members of the RNZN, their families and friends and the wider Navy community. Navy Today is the official magazine of the Royal New Zealand Navy. Published by Defence Public Affairs, Wellington. Navy Today is now in its twentieth year of publication. Views expressed in Navy Today are not necessarily those of the RNZN or the NZDF.

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THE LONGEST DAY

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GRAVE REPAIRS

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SEA CADETS

NAVAL REVIEW

NOT A BYSTANDER

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cover image: Able Musician Rebecca Nelson greets Prince Charles during the Battle of the Somme commemorations in northern France.

CHIEF NAVAL ENGINEER & MARITIME REGULATOR

Captain Tony Hayes

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his past month has seen an important reinforcement and recognition of our Navy’s advancing technological environment and key enabling discipline (naval engineering) by the appointment of our first Chief Naval Engineer (CNE). I will shortly take up this new role, to give leadership and stewardship to a naval engineering function that has contracted over the past 10 years while Navy has had to grapple with the immediacy of Protector Fleet introduction, focused itself on improving shore-side support, committed to the centralisation of many pan-Defence functions and importa