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Navy Bereavement Pin

Post by Admin on Mon 25 Jan 2010, 05:26

Navy Bereavement Pin

The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has commissioned a bereavement pin to recognise the valued contribution of all Navy personnel who lost their lives in peace and war while in the service of the RAN and Australia. The Navy Bereavement Pin (NBP) is a symbol to assist family members to commemorate the life and service of a relative who was lost while serving in the Navy.

John Maddock is managing the Bereavement Pin program, and in addition to having a webpage within the Navy website, Is trying to further publicize it.
The NBP eligibility criterion are:

a) the passing of the Sailor or Officer occurred while they were still a member of the RAN;

b) the applicant, and any other persons included in the nomination, is/are related to that Sailor or Officer.

This link will take you to the NBP page on the Navy website: http://www.navy.gov.au/Navy_Bereavement_Pin

Thank you

John Maddock,
Manager Navy Bereavement Pin Program,
R1-4-C075, Russell Offices,
CANBERRA,
ACT, 2600.
Phone: 6265 3383
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R8171885 RAN Bereavement Pin Information.pdf You don't have permission to download attachments.(65 Kb) Downloaded 0 times
R9472354 Bereavement Pin Form.pdf You don't have permission to download attachments.(198 Kb) Downloaded 0 times


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Re: Navy Bereavement Pin

Post by Doc Rice on Tue 26 Jan 2010, 00:46

Very nice looking pin, something a relative would be proud to wear
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Post by Admin on Fri 13 Apr 2012, 08:03

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Good afternoon,

I hope that your Association may be able to help me to advertise the Navy Bereavement Pin Program. Anzac Day is fast approaching, and because of this our thoughts turn to relatives and friends who died serving their country, in both peacetime and war. It would be much appreciated if you could remind your members and affiliated associations about the Navy Bereavement Pin. To date, over 2000 Bereavement Pins have been distributed to descendants and family members of RAN members who died while serving. These include Pins issued to family members of some the earliest RAN war-time casualties which occurred during World War One, eg., AE1, as well as the families of Navy personnel who have died in service more recently.

I've taken the liberty of attaching information about the Navy Bereavement Pin, plus an application form. The Navy Bereavement Pin application form can also be accessed at: http://www.navy.gov.au/Navy_Bereavement_Pin



Regards,

John Maddock
LCDR, RANR
Manager, Navy Bereavement Pin Program
R1-3-C034
Russell Offices
PO Box 7901
CANBERRA BC ACT 2610
Tel: 6265 3383
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R8171885 RAN Bereavement Pin Information.pdf You don't have permission to download attachments.(65 Kb) Downloaded 0 times
R9472354 Bereavement Pin Form.pdf You don't have permission to download attachments.(198 Kb) Downloaded 0 times
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