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Maritime Logistics Community News : Autumn 2009
naVY SuPPLY nEWSLEttER autumn 2009 47 2008 navy Supply Community BBQ 2008 saw a revival of the annual Fleet Supply BBQ. A large portion of the Supply Community turned out to remember the year that was and to see our colleagues off for the holiday season. It was a great opportunity to bring the community together and celebrate supply achievements in a relaxed and informal setting. Addresses from senior members highlighted many of the Supply Community’s achievements over the past year whilst expressing their gratitude for the contributions made by all community members. The festivities kicked off on 11 December with simultaneous BBQs in both the East and West. From all accounts the event was widely successful with a large turnout in both regions allowing for those based in the East and West to attend. Many thanks go out to the respective teams who were responsible for putting together such an enjoyable and greatly anticipated event on the Supply social calendar. With such commitment from organisers and participants we can expect that this will remain an annual event. The BBQ in the East was held at HMAS KUTTABUL utilising the Port Jackson Club as a central location for all attendees. Everyone was in a festive spirit which resulted in some very decorative and at times very amusing attire. BY SBLt C. HaRVEY, Ran and WoSn d. ButtERWoRtH Other highlights included the always popular sausage sizzle, raffles and lucky door prizes. The BBQ in the West was the first on record since 2000. The re-invigoration of the Fleet Base West Christmas function was well supported with all ships and units represented. The Naval Association at the end of the causeway hosted the event, which proved to be a great place to catch up with old ship mates and “spin a warie” or two. The opportunity to get into the festive swing of things was not overlooked and as you might see from the following pictorial display of just some of the highlights. CPOSN C. HOOPERT AND ABSN T. DALEY CALL OUT RAFFLE WINNERS.