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All Reservists (Active and Specialist) should recently
have received mail asking about your civil skills (formal,
self-claimed, experience) for the Civil Skills Data e-survey.
It is very important that you complete this survey as it
helps the Australian Defence Force better identify people
with speci c skills that can be drawn upon for emergencies,
exercises and deployments.
You will receive a half day pay for preparing and completing
the sur vey and it will also help your Reserve career.
It's time to complete the Civil Skills Data e-survey
There s still time for you to complete the sur vey. Make sure
you have all your paperwork ready licences, degrees and
other quali cations before you start.
If you have any questions about the survey, or any of the
information collected, please email your query and PMKeyS
number to ADO.CivilSkillsData@defence.gov.au
You can complete the survey on your own or a Defence
computer, but you should complete it as soon as you can.
Visit www.civilskillsdata.com today
Skills in Reserve
March 17, 2011
ON SHOW: 817 Squadron personnel
and their Sea King Shark 05 conduct
a search and rescue demonstration
for the residents of Goolwa during
the squadron's final official visit to
their adopted home town.
Photo: ABIS Sarah Williams
In a final address to the families who
hosted personnel and to Goolwa locals
who have supported their visits over the
years, CMDR Moggach spoke of the
enduring relationship, highlighting the
genuine sense of community between
the town and the squadron.
"People within the squadron have a
genuine regard for the people of Goolwa
and it goes right down to the fact that we
stay with families. We come here at least
once a year with an aircraft and many
personnel return with their own families
during recreational leave," he said.
"It was a great occasion but it was
obviously a sad one knowing that it was
our final squadron visit.
"At the end of the day, 817 Squadron
has two homes: our first home is in
Nowra where we work. Our second
home is in Goolwa."
RIGHT TO PASS: CPO Trevor Johnstone pre-
sents the scroll to Superintendent John Bruhn,
from the Hills Fleurieu Local Area South
Australian Police, during 817 Squadron's
Freedom of Entry parade.
Photo: LEUT Kelli Lunt
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