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September 29, 2011
TAKING IN THE SIGHTS: HMAS Cerberus' Commanding Officer CAPT Mark Hill joins Executive
Officer CMDR Shane Glassock and Recruit School Commanding Officer CMDR Paul O'Grady in
marching past Flinders Street Station. Inset: COMAUSFLT RADM Steve Gilmore answers the challenge
from Victoria Police's Acting Deputy Commissioner Tim Cartwright.
Photos: LSIS Paul McCallum
Sailors from HMAS Cerberus savour the experience
of being part of a Freedom of Entry parade in the
Victorian capital. LSIS Paul McCallum and LEUT
Andrew Silver report.
MARCHING through the
streets of their home town
of Melbourne in Navy uni-
form was a proud moment
for SMNs Lauren Armes and Jessie
The two trainees at the Defence
Force School of Signals (Maritime
Communications and Information
Systems Wing) were among more than
1000 personnel from HMAS Cerberus
who took part in the Freedom of Entry
(FoE) parade on September 16.
SMNCIS Armes said it was exciting
to be part of something that so rarely
happened at Cerberus.
"The best part was being able to
march through the city I grew up in
wearing Navy uniform," she said.
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