1961 CCF Orders

Gunners School Office

Fraser Gunnery Range,

Eastney.

8th April, 1961.

C.C.F. CADETS

DAILY ORDERS.

SATURDAY 8TH APRIL. 1961.

Duty Instructor – P.O. South. Duty Watch – Starboard.

Duty Cadets – Pique, Ramsey and Belfield.


Programme – 1730 Approx. – Cadets arrive.


1730     Cadets arrive. Issue loan clothing and loan bedding. Complete Next-of-Kin forms. Collect victualling money. Make beds.

1800 Hands to supper.

1915 Film show in NO. 2 Cinema. Film – ‘Introduction to Naval Gunnery’.


Notes ;-

(1) The greatest care is to be taken of all loan clothing and bedding. Any, loss or damage will be paid for by the individual concerned.

(2) Camp Officers.
Divisional Officer – Lieutenant Patterson.
Regulating P.O. – P.O. Macdonald.
Instructors. – P.O. South.
P.O. Salter.
L. S. Fookes.
L. S. Tipper.


Signed

Divisional Officer.

Distribution.
0 – in – C. F.G.R.
1st Lieutenant F.G.R.
Duty Officer F.G.R.
Coxswain.
Instructors.
Q.M. West Gate.
C.C.F. Notice Board.
Galley.


Gunners School Office

Fraser Gunnery Range,

Eastney.

8th April, 1961.

C.C.F. CADETS

DAILY ORDERS.

SUNDAY 9TH APRIL. 1961.

Duty Instructor – L.S. Tipper. Duty Watch – Port.
Duty Cadets – Agnew, Ferguson, and Ryder.


Programme A.M. – Divine Service.
P.M. – Visit H.M.S. Victory.
Dogs – Leave – From 1630 to 2230.


SUNDAY ROUTINE.
DRESS OF THE DAY, No. 1’s.

0700 Call the Hands.
0730 Hands to Breakfast.
0830 Both Watches muster outside the Victualling Office – Draw No. 8′ s, collars and oilskins.
0930 Church Parties fall in on the Parade Ground.
1250 Both Watches fall in on the Parade Ground – Transport to H.M.S. Victory.
1500 Transport from H.M.S. Victory to Fraser Gunnery Range.
1630 Libertymen fall in on the Parade Ground.
2230 Leave expires. Pipe Down.


NOTES;-

(1) Owing to the late start of the Sailing Season it has not been possible to organise sailing for this afternoon. A visit to Admiral Nelson’s Flag Ship, H.M.S. Victory, has been arranged instead.

(2) Church Services. H.M.S. Excellent – 1000. Holy mass in the Roman Catholic Cathederal – 1000.


Distribution.

O – in C. F.G.R.
1st Lieut. F.G.R.
Duty Officer F.G.R.
Coxswain.
Instructors.
C.C.F. Notice Board.
Galley.

Signed Lieut

for Divisional Officer.


Gunners School Office

Fraser Gunnery Range,

Eastney.

9th April, 1961.

C.C.F. CADETS

DAILY ORDERS.

MONDAY 10TH APRIL. 1961.

Duty Instructor – P. O.
Salter Duty Watch – Starboard.
Duty Cadets – Summers, Packman and Jarvis.


Todays Programme.

A.M. Port Watch Anchors & Cables, (P.O. South). Stab’d Watch at sea in an M.F.V. (L.S. Tipper).
P.M. Stabrd Watch Anchors & Cables, (P.O. Salter). Port Watch at sea in an M.F.V. (P.O. South).
Dogs. Port Watch Parade Training, Stab’d Watch .22″ Range Whale Island.


DAILY ROUTINE.
DRESS OF THE DAY – No. 8′ s.

0820 Both Watches.
0830 Transport to Seamanship School and ‘F’ Moorings.
1130 Transport from Whale Island to F.G.H., via Seamanship School.
1300 Transport to Seamanship School and ‘F’ Moorings.
1530 Transport from Whale Island to F.G.R., via Seamanship School. 1630 Transport to Whale Island for Starboard Watch.
1800 Transport for Starboard Watch to F.G.R.
1930 Film Show in No. 2 Cinema.


Distribution.
0 – in – C F.G.R.
S.O.G.S.
1st Lieut.. F.G.R.
Duty officer F.G.R.
Coxswain.
Instructors.
Q.M. West Gate.
C.C.F, Notice Board.
Galley.

Signed

for Divisional Officer


Gunners School Office

Fraser Gunnery Range,

Eastney.

10th April, 1961.

C.C.F. CADETS

DAILY ORDERS.

TUESDAY 11TH APRIL. 1961.

Duty Instructor – L. S. Fookes.
Duty Watch – Port Watch.
Duty Cadets – Kilgour, MacGregor and Roy.


Today’s Programme;- A.M. Port Watch 40/60 drill & G.I. Stab’d Watch sailing. (P.O.’s Salter & South)
P.M. Stab’d Wtch 40/60 drill. Port Watch sailing. (P.O. South, L.S. Fookes).
Dogs. Port Watch .22 range, W.I. Stab’d Watch Parade Training.


DAILY ROUTINE.
DRESS OF THE DAY – No. 8’S.

0820 Both Watches.
0830 Transport to W.I. for Starboard Watch.
0840 Port Watch attend divisions at F.G.R. (L.S. Tipper & Fookes.) 1130 Transport to F.G.R. for Starboard Watch.
1300 Both Watches. Transport to W.I. for Port Watch.
1530 Transport to F.G.R. for Port Watch.
1630 Both Watches. Transport to the .22 range at W.I. for Port Watch.
1800 Transport to F.G.R. for Port Watch. Hands to supper.
1900 Film Show in Number 2 Cinema.


NOTES;-
(1) Spare Gear. The state of the mess after Both Watches on Monday was very poor indeed. All spare gear is to be stowed NEATLY at the foot of each bed. Oilskins and coats are to be hung neatly on the foot of each bed and cases, bags, etc., are to be neatly stowed at the end of the mess.

(2) Tonights films: History of the Helicopter and Spithead Review.


Signed.

Lieutenant.

Divisional Officer.


Gunners School Office

Fraser Gunnery Range,

Eastney.

11th April, 1961.

C.C.F. CADETS

DAILY ORDERS.

WEDNESDAY 12TH APRIL. 1961.

Duty Instructor – P. O. South. Duty Watch – Starboard Watch.
Duty Cadets – Catt. Lambert and Neal.


Programme-

A.M.    Port Watch visit to H.M.S. Aerial (P.O. Salter) Starboard Watch, 4″ Gun Drill and Guided Weapons. (P.O. South).
P.M.    Port Watch 4″ Gun Drill. (P.O. South). Starboard Watch Rifle Drill W.I. (P.O. Salter, L.S. Tipper).
Dogs.   Both Watches, Parade Training at F.G.R.


DAILY ROUTINE.
DRESS OF THE DAY No. 1’s.
No. 8’s For. GUN DRILL.

0755 Both Watches.
0800 Transport to Harbour Station and Whale Island.
0815 Boat to Royal Clarence Yard and Bus to H.M.S. Aerial for Port Watch.
1100 Transport from H.M.S. Aerial to R.C.Y. & boat to Harbour Station.
1130 Transport from W.I. to F.G.R. via Harbour Station.
1230 Both Watches, Dress No.1’s. Group Photograph.
1300 Both Watches. Transport to Whale Island.
1530 Transport from W.I. to F.G.R.
1630 Both Watches. Parade Training at F.G.R.
1900 Film Show in No. 2 Cinema.


NOTES ;- ..
(1) We hope to be able to arrange for a group photograph to be taken at 1230 today. Starboard Watch are to change into No 1’s immediately after dinner.

(2) Films tonight. Discipline Pays Off. True Glory.

(3) 22 Shooting Monday. The Starboard Watch scored 249 points, an average of 16.6. Highest Scorers:- Marsh and Pique, 24, Duffy 22. Well Done

Distribution.


 

Gunners School Office

Fraser Gunnery Range, Eastney. 13th April, 1961.

C.C.F. CADETS

DAILY ORDERS.

THURSDAY 13TH APRIL. 1961.

Duty Instructor – P. O. Salter. Duty Watch – Port Watch.
Duty Cadets – Mackenzie, Martyn and Wedgwood.


Programme;

A.M.    Port Watch Guided Weapons and Battle Teacher. (P.O. South). Stab’d Watch) 4″ gun drill. (P. O. Salter. L. S. Fookes).
P.M.    Port; Watch Rifle Drill at W.I. ( P.O. Salter, L.S. Tipper). Stab’d Watch visit H.M.S. Dolphin. (L.S. Fookes).
Dogs.   After Tea: Both Watches pistol shooting at W. I.


DAILY ROUTINE.
DRESS OF THE DAY – No. 8’S

DRESS FOR OUTSIDE VISIT – NO.1’s

0820 Both Watches.
0830 Transport to Whale Island.
1000 Port Watch to Battle Teacher.
1130 Transport from W.I. to F.G.R.
1300 Both Watches. Transport to Whale Island.
1320 Boat from ‘F’ Moorings to H.M.S. Dolphin.
1530 Boat from H.M.S. Dolphin to ‘F’ Moorings.
1610 Tea in the Wardroom, Whale Island. On completion, Pistol Shooting.
1800 Transport to F.G.R.
1900 Film Show in No. 2 Cinema.


NOTES;-
(1). Tea. All cadets have been invited to tea in the Wardroom at H.M.S. EXCELLENT. Dress, No.1 ‘s with lanyards.

(2) Photographs. A list has been placed on the notice board. All requirements are to be appended before 0800 on Friday.

(3) 22 Shooting; Tuesday. Port Watch scored 282 points, an average of 18.8, thus beating the Starboard watch by 33 points or an average of 2.2 points.
Highest Scores, Gow and Kilgour – 24 points each, Beer and Eade – 23 points. Very well done port Watch.

(4) Films To-night. Sailing to the Cape, Sir Francis Drake, Air Parade.


Distribution.
Officer in Charge F. G. R.
S.O.G.S.
1st Lieut. F.G.R.
Duty_Officer F.G.R.
Coxswain.
Instructors (4).
Q.M. West Gate.
C.C.F.
Notice Board.
Galley.

Signed

C.C.F. Divisional Officer


Gunners School Office

Fraser Gunnery Range,

Eastney.

13th April, 1961.

C.C.F. CADETS

DAILY ORDERS.

FRIDAY 14TH APRIL. 1961.

Duty Instructor – L.S. Tipper. Duty Watch Starboard Watch,

Duty Cadets – Smith, Neal and Clarke.


Programme;-
A.M. & P.M. Sailing expedition to the Isle of Wight.
Stab’d Watch in 2 whalers from the Seamanship school (P.O. South LS Fookes)
Port Watch in 2 whalers from the Sailing Centre W.I. (P.O. Salter LS Tipper)
Dogs – Semaphore Test or Swimming and Leave from 1730 to 2230.


DAILY ROUTINE.,
DRESS OF THE DAY – No. 8’S

0755 Both Watches., Carry oilskins and Bag Meals.
0800 Transport to W.I. via the Seamanship School. Sailing expedition to the Isle of Wight. (Weather permitting).
1600 Transport to F.G.R.
1645 Both Watches. Semaphore Test or swimming. On completion – Leave to both watches till 2230.


Notes;-
(1) It is hoped to be able to arrange transport to Pitt Street swimming baths for those who wish to go swimming, at 1645. If this can be done the Semaphore Test will be taken at 0730.

(2) Bag Meals. These are to be collected from the Galley after Breakfast. (Duty Instructor to supervise).

(3) Photographs. These will be issued and the cash collected at Both Watches this evening.


Distributions;-
Officer in Charge F. G. R.
S.O.G.S.
1st Lieut. F.G.R.
Duty Officer F.G.R.
Coxswain.
Instructors (4).
Q.M. West Gate.
C.C.F. Notice Board.
Galley.

Signed

for Lieut. Patterson,
R.N.R. Camp Divisional Officer,
F.G.R.

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