Mateship: Honorary recruiting officer Johno Felton and Warwick’s 25/49 RQR Battalion Sergeant Kev Neal invite you to next Tuesday’s open night.
Mateship: Honorary recruiting officer Johno Felton and Warwick’s 25/49 RQR Battalion Sergeant Kev Neal invite you to next Tuesday’s open night.

Army holds recruit night

MEETING people you will call “mate” for a lifetime, steady employment and tax-free earnings.

The Australian Army Reserve is set to hold an open night at the Warwick Army depot next Tuesday and want to meet you.

Warwick’s 25/49 RQR Battalion Sergeant Kev Neal said he joined the army as a fresh-faced 18-year-old and still calls those blokes from the early days friends.

“If you’re not quite sure what to do after school, come on down and have a look. If accepted into the reserves, you’ll do a four-week training course, then its only one weekend a month and training on Tuesday nights.” The open night will kick off at 7pm at 119 Percy Street and for 17 to 54-year-olds.



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