Minute of Decision: Defence Estate Work Programme
Cabinet Minute of Decision on the Defence Estate Work Programme.
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The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) will over the next three weeks begin to deploy up to 120 personnel to the United Kingdom to train Ukrainian infantry recruits.
Military service has unique requirements – a commitment to serving the Crown, being liable for operational service, and being subject to military discipline and the demands and constraints of the military lifestyle. The New Zealand Defence Service Medal was instituted in 2011. It closed a long-standing gap in medallic recognition of that service.
The New Zealand Defence Force recognises that effective government is reliant on transparency and openness. Making official information available to the public promotes accountability, and maintains public trust and confidence. NZDF is committed to compliance with the purposes, principles and requirements of the Official Information Act 1982.
When Warrant Officer Cryptologic Technician Chris McKeich spotted a brand-new Cabinet-approved posting at United Nations Command in South Korea, he thought he’d be up against stiff competition.