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Maritime Logistics Community News : Summer 2010
7 NAVY SUPPLY NEWSLETTER SUMMER 2010 He completed sea postings to HMA Ships SUPPLY, SWAN, WESTRALIA and ANZAC with the last three as charge Supply Officer. Postings to CERBERUS as Officer's Instructor and Deputy Training Authority (Logistics) -- Supply and Health enabled his professional but personal touch to assist in the development of many Supply Personnel. As a result of his professionalism and dedication to duty whilst as RANLO Bahrain in 2002, CAPT Chris Percival was appointed as a Member of the Order of Australia. After CAPT Percival passing in July 2006, there were strong feelings from his classmates and members of the Supply Community wanting to create an award to honour his memory. The Head of Supply Community at the time, CDRE Robinson, wrote to Mrs Sharon Percival and set a train in motion that saw the creation of the "CAPT Chris Percival AM, RAN Annual Memorial Award". This award recognises the best performer from the DSO (Desig) Course in the areas of academic achievement, teamwork, loyalty, contribution to course and officer like qualities. The Head of Supply Community, CDRE Bob Richards presented this year's award to LEUT Adam Sharp. LEUT Sharp was honoured for his interaction within the group, academic results and showing personal qualities that CAPT Percival possessed. LEUT Sharp, formerly at the Radio Frequency Systems Program Office, joined HMAS BALLARAT in November 2010. Chris Percival Award CAPT Chris Percival joined the RAN as a Supply Officer in 1977 and through his dealings, touched many in the community, being a mentor both professionally and personally to a lucky few. BY LEUT M ADAMS, RAN DSO 01 2010 LEUT Adam Sharp receives the Chris Percival Award Participants in the DSO Course 2010