Weatherford is one of the largest diversified upstream oilfield service companies in the world. Our global network includes approximately 58,000 people, 1000 service bases, 87 manufacturing facilities, and 16 technology and training centers in more than 100 countries. Our products and services span the lifecycle of a well, including drilling, evaluation, completion, production and intervention

We are looking to recruit a Workshop Mechanic, to be based in our purpose-built facility in Malaga, for our Rig Systems Services (RSS) operations, which is a sub-product line of Tubular Running Services (TRS). Your role will be to perform mechanical repair, overhaul and commissioning of all Weatherford TRS mechanised equipment to the Global TRS work instruction requirements. Assist in preparing for load-out, inspect, clean and refurbish equipment for future use, as well as ensuring that a safe and efficient environment is maintained.

Hello dear folks of RAEME,

I am making an enquiry regarding what physical signage and TAC markings would have been on engineers trucks during the Second World War. I am currently restoring a 1942 Ford CMP truck in the livery of my Fathers infantry battalion, and will soon be acquiring another truck that I wish to present as an engineers vehicle of some type. My Son Bryce enlisted late last year, and after marching out from Kapooka in January, is now a member of RAEME at Bandiana where he is about to commence his training as a vehicle mechanic. My Wife and I are extremely proud of his chosen career, and with that in mind I would like to restore my second vehicle in his honour, and to acknowledge the contribution the Corp have made to Australias military history. I had hoped to buy a copy of the RAEME book and search for the information myself, but was disappointed (but not surprised) to see it has sold out.

I would greatly appreciate any information or photos you can provide.

Sincerely yours,

Anthony (Tony) Baker
Military Vehicle Restorer
Queensland, Australia.

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Dear AICAB Members,

I seek your personal support in recommending quality applicants (and encouraging to apply) for the positions 8 x Regional Indigenous Liaison Officer and 4 x Command Indigenous Liaison Officers. Please don't hesitate to contact me (or have interested parties contact me) with any questions. The attachments contain duty statements, selection criteria and selection processes.

To view the signal click HERE.  And to view the selection criteria click HERE.

Applications close 11 May 15, however positions do not commence until Jan 2016. There is ample time before commencement for Standby Reserve members to become active and for those transitioning from ARA to be ready.

Please note that applicants do not need to be Indigenous to apply, but should have an interest in community engagement and stakeholder management.

This message will also be distributed via the RIN, FORCENET, to the APCDs that handle members transitioning to the Reserve and many other distribution lists.

With thanks for your support.

Major Kristy Hudson | OC RILO
Regional Indigenous Liaison Officer Network
Army Personnel Support Centre | Army Headquarters
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PO Box 7909 Canberra BC ACT 2610

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Please find attached (Click HERE) a flyer inviting you (and anyone else in your network) to a charity breakfast at the Hyatt Perth on 24th April 2015.

Professionals are proudly sponsoring the event with all proceeds going towards Soldier On.

Feel free to use the hyperlink in the document to book your seat or contact me directly.

Should you wish to book a table of ten, select 10 seats and enter the promotion code “TABLE” at checkout to receive the appropriate discount.

Tables are filling fast, book now so you don’t miss out – if you have already booked a table, we will see you on the 24th!

SENATOR THE HON. MICHAEL RONALDSON
MINISTER FOR VETERANS’ AFFAIRS
MINISTER ASSISTING THE PRIME MINISTER FOR THE CENTENARY OF ANZAC
SPECIAL MINISTER OF STATE

TIM MCCOMBE OAM

 2 February 2015
It is with great sadness that I extend my condolences to the family and friends of Tim McCombe OAM. 
Tim passed away on Saturday, 31 January 2015, at Bowral District Hospital, New South Wales. 
Tim McCombe OAM was a veteran who devoted his time to lending a hand to other veterans and current serving men and women. 
A regular soldier himself, Tim served in the Australian Army from 1964 to 1973 in locations including Malaya, Borneo and Vietnam. During the Vietnam War he served as an infantry soldier from May to August 1967 with the 2nd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment and was severely injured by a mine explosion.