Image of David Daylight that will be used in the photo exhibition of indigenous servicemen and women for NAIDOC week in Rockhampton, to be held at the CQ Military Museum, organised by Margie Hornagold. Photo Contributed
Image of David Daylight that will be used in the photo exhibition of indigenous servicemen and women for NAIDOC week in Rockhampton, to be held at the CQ Military Museum, organised by Margie Hornagold. Photo Contributed Contributed

David Daylight was trained as a sick berth attendant in Navy

DAVID Daylight Joined the Navy at HMAS Cerberus as a recruit in 1970.

He did his training as a sick berth attendant and was drafted to the HMAS Sydney where he did many trips to Vietnam.

He was then sent to the hospital at HMAS Penguin before being drafted to Western Australia to join the HMAS Diamantina where he visited such countries as India and South Africa.

He was paid off in Sydney at HMAS Penguin.

He was paid off as a Leading Seaman.



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