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Post  Ev Sun 27 May - 9:17

Many thanks to Donna Carter for sharing her photo with the site, as I hadn't come across this badge before.
I did find a description in the records with that mentioned the "Sigil Offi Mag etc" with R.N.Z.N underneath.  Badge to be placed opposite handle. (for c.o)
Mrs Google tells me that the c.o. stands for Commanding Officer.

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