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IAM Recognises Royal Navy Success

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IAM Recognises Royal Navy Success

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Representatives from the Institute of Administrative Management have presented awards to two members of the Royal Navy in recognition of their achievements during their professional training.

Lieutenant (Lt) Carrie Page, who is currently serving on board HMS Illustrious, was the winner of the prize donated by the Institute as the student who displayed the best qualities of personal endeavour, diligence and tenacity during Initial Logistics Officer Training. With Lt Page away on deployment, Mr David Woodgate, the Institute's Chief Executive, presented the award to Rear Admiral Mike Kimmons, Chief Naval Logistics Officer, in her absence.

Chairman of the Institute, Mr Ewen Mackie, also presented an award recognising the sailor who had achieved the best marks during training designed to qualify students for promotion to Leading Writer. This year's winner was Leading Writer Benjamin Rogers, who is currently based in Portsmouth

Both awards were presented at the Royal Navy annual award ceremony held at HMS Raleigh in Cornwall, celebrating the achievements of sailors trained at the school during 2005. …

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