Correspondence related to the inclusion of the 101dollsquadron dance troop in the commissioning of HMAS Suppy

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Dear Department of Defence,

I request all available correspondence including emails, letters and contracts etc. relating to the participation of the 101 Doll Squadron dance troop (FEMALE COLLABORATING DANCEHALL CREW SYDNEY) in the commissioning ceremony of HMAS Supply (A195). The commissioning of the ship occurred on the 10th April 2021.

I am not requesting the inclusion of any names, numbers, postal addresses, email addresses or contact details of the individuals that make up the 101 Doll Squadron.

Yours faithfully,

Bick Rurr.

FOI, Department of Defence

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OFFICIAL

Dear Bick

 

I refer to your correspondence dated 11 April 2021, in which you sought
access, under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act) to:

 

“…all available correspondence including emails, letters and contracts
etc. relating to the participation of the 101 Doll Squadron dance troop
(FEMALE COLLABORATING DANCEHALL CREW SYDNEY) in the commissioning ceremony
of HMAS Supply (A195). The commissioning of the ship occurred on the 10th
April 2021.

 

I am not requesting the inclusion of any names, numbers, postal addresses,
email addresses or contact details of the individuals that make up the 101
Doll Squadron.”

 

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