For those interested in attending the upcoming Birthday Luncheon.
Please ensure you complete the attached and forward back to the relevant email

 Request attachments to be distributed by RAV, PEC and WKSP means (inc. Noticeboard/ForceNet/FB). It would be great to get maximum RAV members and families attending (maybe even gain some new RAV Mbrs!).

The two dates (Sun 27 Oct & 11 Nov 19) are great opportunities for all our trade members to review the final production of WWI Krupp Gun restoration, and/or take pride of their workmanship. Do understand Remembrance Day is a work day, so Sunday it likely to have more numbers.

Both are days are fully funded for free morning tea & coffee. The Sunday is also set up for all age families as part of Veterans' Health Week; with Mental Wellness family activities like Children Art provided by Australian National Veteran Art Museum (ANVAM).

I have also requested formally to allow distribution of flyers onto local noticeboards. So we can put up copies of the VHW around VBM, DPM, PEC and ATS. I have start displaying in DPM.

Regards - Peter 

For those that may be in the area and/or are interested in attending. Please fill out the form and return for attendance.

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OUR PURPOSE & MISSION

To preserve the memory of those who have died whilst on active service or at home and to perpetuate the comradeship created by previous or current serving members in any field of RAEME during war or peace.

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All personnel who have served in AEME/RAEME in the Regular or Reserve forces, retired members, personnel attached to RAEME or Commonwealth Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers are eligible to join as ordinary members.

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The AEME Association (Vic Division) was formed in 1945. In November 1948 the EME Corps (UK) was granted the title “Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers” by King George VI.  In November 1949 the Corps was granted the title “Royal Corps of Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers” making us the only “Royal Corps” in the Australian Army at that time. Later the “Royal Corps” title was withdrawn and we became known as “The Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Corps”.

In 1961 Parliament granted approval to add the “Royal” title to the AEME Association, and we became the Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Association (Victoria), and Incorporated under this name.

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