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R37-1986-Army Apprentice Awards

Army Apprentice Graduation Ceremony..1986..03.07.1986..07.03.1986..3rd July 1986..54 army apprentices graduated as tradesmen after completing three years of both military and technical training at the Army Apprentice School, Naas. The school is part of Devoy Military Barracks. The following trades are catered for: Radio Mechanic,Carpenter,Fitter, Electrician and Armourer..The newly graduated tradesmen will complete their basic military training at St Stephen's Barracks ,Kilkenny, for a further eight weeks..Mr John Witherington,Managing Director,Irish Shell, presented the awards...Picture of Mr John Witherington,Managing Director,Irish Shell,presenting Apprentice John O'Connor with the award for Best Soldier in the platoon.incleded in the picture (L-R) were.Patrick O'Connor, Brig.Gen.Charles McGuinn,GOC Curragh Command,Lt. Col. Fintan Mollowney,OC Army apprentice School and Mrs Elizabeth O'Connor. Mr and Mrs O'Connor hail from Toureen,Burnfoot,Mallow,Co.Cork.

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1986 - Army Apprentice Awards Ceremony., Kildare
Army Apprentice Graduation Ceremony..1986..03.07.1986..07.03.1986..3rd July 1986..54 army apprentices graduated as tradesmen after completing three years of both military and technical training at the Army Apprentice School, Naas. The school is part of Devoy Military Barracks. The following trades are catered for: Radio Mechanic,Carpenter,Fitter, Electrician and Armourer..The newly graduated tradesmen will complete their basic military training at St Stephen's Barracks ,Kilkenny, for a further eight weeks..Mr John Witherington,Managing Director,Irish Shell, presented the awards...Picture of Mr John Witherington,Managing Director,Irish Shell,presenting Apprentice John O'Connor with the award for Best Soldier in the platoon.incleded in the picture (L-R) were.Patrick O'Connor, Brig.Gen.Charles McGuinn,GOC Curragh Command,Lt. Col. Fintan Mollowney,OC Army apprentice School and Mrs Elizabeth O'Connor. Mr and Mrs O'Connor hail from Toureen,Burnfoot,Mallow,Co.Cork.