PERTH CITY - ANZAC DAY PARADE 2015
2015 marks one hundred years since the dawn landing at Gallipoli during the First World War. DFES will once again be participating in the Perth City, Anzac Day Parade.
It is an honour for personnel to be a part of this significant national occasion to pay tribute to the men and women who have served, continue to serve our nation, and to the 102,000 Australians who have made the ultimate sacrifice in conflicts overseas.
An invitation is extended to all DFES Operational personnel, including retired members, volunteers and veterans, to participate as part of the contingent in the Perth City, ANZAC Day Parade. We welcome all those who may not have had the opportunity to participate in this event previously.
It is important that on the ANZAC Day Centenary, all DFES personnel who are eligible to march are given every opportunity and support to participate, and Trainee Firefighter School 77 will be marching with their instructors.
Many local governments run parades for ANZAC Day and dress requirements for DFES Operational staff and volunteers are to be determined through the relevant local government in consultation with DFES regional managers.
Perth City, Anzac Parade
As a sign of respect and honour to the ANZAC’s, and the ANZAC tradition, a dress standard is compulsory as outlined in Annex A. Personal Protective Clothing must not be worn. Assembly will be at the Education and Heritage Centre (Old Perth Fire Station) Cnr Murray & Irwin Streets Perth, no later than 0830 hours. At the completion of the parade participants are invited to attend a hospitality function at the Education and Heritage Centre (Old Perth Fire Station).
All personnel wishing to participate in the Perth City parade are required to register with A/District Officer Gary Cope by no later than Tuesday 15th April 2014, on 9395 9566 or at email@example.com.
For dress requirements, view the full circular =====>Operational Circular 26 - 2015 ANZAC Day Parade.pdf
LLOYD BAILEY AFSM
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OPERATIONS