ACT SES playing big games in Namadgi National Park

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The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) will tomorrow (Saturday 24 May, 2014) conduct its annual navigational training exercise in the Namadgi National Park and Corin Forest.

“Navigation Canberra (NAVCAN) is an important activity for members of the ACTSES to display their navigation skills,” ACTSES Acting Deputy Chief Officer Tracey Allen said.

“Teams will battle it out near Smokers Gap testing their knowledge and fitness across a pre-set course.”

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