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SONY DSC Our June 2015 High Angle Rescue Crew candidates (L-R): Johan Crew (Stn 15 Mossel Bay), Brett Ayres (HQ), Arno Cloete (Stn 15 Mossel Bay), Daniel Heimann (HQ), Graeme Harding (HQ), André Barnard (Stn 17 Hermanus), Shani van der Merwe (Stn 4 Mykonos), Bruce Bodmer (Stn 8 Hout Bay), Steve van den Berg (Stn 6 PE), Robbie Gibson (Stn 14 Plett), Patrick Brown (Stn 6 PE), Norman Rautenbach (Stn 19 Richards Bay) and Ryan Chase (Stn 19 Richards Bay).SONY DSC Arno Cloete checking his equipment.SONY DSC Ryan Chase descending from a platform.SONY DSC Patrick Brown, André Barnard, Dr Cleeve Robertson, Brett Ayres, Johan Crew, Arno Cloete and Shani van der Merwe listening to the instructor.SONY DSC Just an idea of the size of the training center.highangleWelcome to Ryan Chase and Norman Rautenbach (Station 19 Richards Bay), Pat Brown and Steve Van Den Berg (Station 6 Port Elizabeth), Arno Cloete and Johan Crew (Station 15 Mossel Bay), Robbie Gibson (Station 14 Plett), Bruce Bodmer (Station 8 Hout Bay), Shani Van Der Merwe (Station 4 Mykonos) and Andre Barnand (Station 17 Hermanus) who are in Cape Town this weekend for the our first High Angle Rescue Course.rope
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