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NAAFINavy, Army & Air Force Institutes (UK, a store for service members)
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November 28, 1981: She vanishes from the NAAFI armed forces shopping complex near Paderborn, where her father Richard was based as a Sergeant Major in the 15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars.
"As part of the feature a photofit was released of a man seen at the Naafi on the day Katrice disappeared, holding a child similar to Katrice and getting into a green saloon car.
NAAFI is good about developing professional relationships and partnerships with other education providers, such as Franklin Covey and Dale Carnegie, to offer higher quality training that is specific to the apartment industry, he says.
She saw many bomber crews going out on their flights to do their operations during her time when she was in the Naafi.
"If he can survive the NAAFI (the Forces canteen), he can survive anything.
Also taking part in the event will be the mother and sister of Katrice Lee, who was two when she disappeared from a Naafi shopping complex in Paderborn, Germany, on November 28 1981.
This appeal includes former members of the Merchant Navy, NAAFI, Red Cross and WRVS.
After retiring from the saddle, Page ran a number of pubs before working for the Naafi (Navy, Army, Air Force Institutes), for which he was awarded the British Empire Medal in 1990.
Gordon MacGlashan, 45, has been caged for 30 months over the attack at a Naafi bar in Basra.
The Lord Mayor's Naafi Night welcomed guest speaker Richard Todd OBE, whose films included T he Virgin Queen, Robin Hood and The Dambusters, to the Centennial Centre.
New coach Kevin Weaver said: 'Wayne O'Kell spotted this lad when watching the Naafi championships which is a very high standard of rugby league.