Brian Gunter recognised for 15 years of service to Narooma Marine Rescue.

Congratulations to long-standing Narooma Marine Rescue member Brian Gunter for being recognised for his 15 years of service to Marine Rescue. The National Medal recognises an individuals long and diligent service in government and voluntary organisations where they risk their lives and safety to protect or assist the community in times of emergency or natural disaster.

In Brian's 15 years of service with Narooma Marine Rescue he has not only been a Radio Officer and a Watch Officer but also fulfilled many other roles in the organisation, enabling the smooth running of our local base. Well done Brian on your achievement.

Above: Brian Gunter (right) being recognised for his 15 years of service to Marine Rescue. Here Brian receives his National Medal from Unit Commander Paul Houseman Source

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