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Scoop Images: From Timor To Twickenham

Images of NZ Army Colonel Andrew Martin, the new All Black manager, whose appointment was announced by the NZRFU today. Colonel Martin won the position over more than 100 other applicants. He was responsible in part for the SAS training camp the All Blacks went on last year.



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Close up of Colonel Andrew Martin. Photo LAC Nancy Cox - NZDF.


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Brigadier Martyn Dunne hands over command of the 660 strong NZ Battallion force based at Suai, East Timor to Colonel Andrew Martin. Colonel Martin is also the Chief of Operations for the United Nations Transitional Authority of East Timor (UNTAET). This picture was taken on February 21. Photo LAC Nancy Cox of NZDF.


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