Negative: Burnham Camp Group

Nigel Tod
Production date
Jan 1986
One colour negative depicting a portrait of a group of soldiers from Burnham Military Camp on a lawn in front of some trees. Thirty-nine people in New Zealand Army uniform sit and stand in four tiers.
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Front Row (Instructors) = FR#2 Tom Patterson, FR#3 "Lala" Wikaira, FR#8 "Spike" Milligan.

- Roscoe

Posted on 06-05-2020 05:36:42

Second Row = 2R#1 "Fish" Hapuku, 2R#2 "Tana" Haerewa, 2R#3 RNZE-?, 2R#4 ?, 2R#5 "Louie" Nathan, 2R#6 RNZE-?, 2R#7 ?, 2R#8 "Waka" Nathan, 2R#9 RNZE-?, 2R#10 RNZE-?.

- Roscoe

Posted on 06-05-2020 05:32:07

Third Row = 3R#1 RNZE-?, 3R#2 X51610 Anave Mike TATUPU-RNZIR, 3R#3 Geoff Osikai, 3R#4 RNZCT-?, 3R#5 Tama Tuavera, 3R#6 ?, 3R#7 Arnod Patea, 3R#8 Maki Kavana, 3R#9 ?, 3R#10 Giovanni Aramoana.

- Roscoe

Posted on 06-05-2020 05:25:55

Back Row = BR#1 "Bob" Tukaki, BR#2 "Munga" Wright, BR#3 "Tom" Ryder, BR#4 "Dan" FLANNIGAN-NZSAS, BR#5 Stuart McConney, BR#6 John Cook, BR#7 W.R. "Pig" Pigou, BR#8 "KR" Williams, BR#9-?, BR#10-?

- Roscoe

Posted on 06-05-2020 05:17:21

Junior Non-Comissioned Officer’s Course, Burnham Regional Training wing.

- Dave Bailey

Posted on 23-04-2020 19:26:41

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