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Force4NZ

Force4NZ magazine provides information about our Defence Force and the activities of our people in New Zealand and around the world.

PDF versions are available for downloading.

Issue 7, December 2016

Contents:
Kaikoura: Our Forces at Work; Aircraft, ships and ground forces deployed as North Canterbury suffers 7.8 earthquake.


Issue 7 [pdf, 2.83mb, 9 pages]

    Issue 6, July 2016

    Contents:
    Iraq: The threat remains real, RIMPAC, Operation RESPECT.


    Issue 6 desktop edition [pdf, 5.19mb, 28 pages]

    Issue 6 mobile edition [epub, 17.3mb]

      Issue 5, February 2016

      Contents:
      We've got your back, Better tools, better effects, On the ice, Southern Katipo 17 is on, Super savings, super advice.


      Issue 5 February 16 [pdf, 2.79mb, 28 pages]

      Issue 4, October 2015

      Contents:
      On the ground in Iraq, Success of Tropic Twilight, KiwiSaver is a first, Defence Blacks tour


      Issue 4 October 2015 [pdf, 2.61mb, 24 pages]

      Issue 3, June 2015

      Contents:
      Being a Force 4 Families, Joint Task Force 2015, 2020 Ready, Our Story - WW100


      Issue 3 June 2015 [pdf, 3.71mb, 24 pages]

      Issue 2, February 2015

      Contents:
      The year ahead, Building a safety culture, Improving our Courts of Inquiry, Focusing on leadership, What makes our Defence Force tick?, Our 2020 challenge, Recruiting our future talent, Sharing our skills with the Pacific, Equipping ourselves for success, 100 years of medical excellence, In good hands.


      Issue 2 February 2015 [pdf, 3.22mb, 24 pages]

      Issue 1, November 2014

      Contents:
      Newsbriefs, Support when needed most, Equipping our Force to win, Reservist of the year, A Force for New Zealand, Making a difference in a time of crisis, Unconquered, Committed to Antarctica, Protecting our ocean highways, Faces of the future.

      Issue 1 November 2014 [pdf, 3.41mb, 24 pages]

       

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      This page was last reviewed on 12 December 2016, and is current.