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LAC Waipaare Tangaere will be part of several commemorations for Anzac Day on the Western Front, including at the Menin Gate (pictured).

A career in the New Zealand Defence Force has taken a young woman from the small town of Tikitiki on the banks of the Waiapu River to the battlefields of France and Belgium, and a few places in between.
Leading Aircraftman (LAC) Waipaare Tangaere has again headed overseas to honour the fallen as part of the New Zealand Defence Force contingent for Anzac Day commemorations on the Western Front.

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