FESR Project - Statue in Brisbane

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FESR Project - Statue in Brisbane

Post by Admin on Thu 09 Oct 2014, 08:02

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"Quote -As you are aware this Association has taken on the task of having a statue of a sailor erected in Brisbane. I emphasise that although this Association is the driving force behind its erection, it will represent the entire Royal Australian Navy a fact we are very proud of. The site chosen is an unused plinth situated in Southbank standing opposite the old entrance to the Queensland Maritime Museum, which will give it the naval relevance the Council required. Unless informed otherwise, we are of the opinion that there is no single standing statue of a sailor in Queensland making it all the more rewarding. unquote"

Please download/view/print the attached document or pdf for full details. Both files contents are identical.
They are both included to assist those who cannot or are unable to manage some file types. 
You are invited to pass the documents along to others who may have served in FESR but may not be members of the FESR Association.
The attached articles are of real interest to all who served on ships during the FESR period.

If you cannot view or download the documents below then you can get a copy from the FESR website forum:
http://fesrnavy.asn.au/fesrforum/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=1559

Les Sheehan
Admin/Webmaster


 
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