The Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation will continue to offer incentives to ADF personnel and their families after renewing its partnership with the Australian National Maritime Museum.
The Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC) has announced it has expanded its partnership with the Australian National Maritime Museum, in a bid to provide ongoing support to ADFF personnel, veterans, and their families.
The CSC will continue to offer free entry to ADF personnel and veterans, and will now offer half price tickets to their families and friends.
“The men and women of the Royal Australian Navy have played such an important role in the history of our country,” Kevin Sumption, CEO and director of the museum said.
“The museum is a repository of objects and stories of naval history. We are so delighted that we can expand the partnership with CSC and share these with the family and friends of all ADF members, veterans and cadets.
“We will continue to investigate other ways that we can work together to support ADF members during and post their service.”
Peter Jamieson, CSC’s chief customer officer, added, “We have been so pleased with the response over the past two years and we are delighted to be able to extend this to the immediate families of veterans and serving Defence Force personnel.
“People who dedicate themselves to a career in defence deserve our recognition and appreciation. As the super fund for those who serve Australia, CSC values their dedication and is honoured to work for them every day to secure their future.
“Our partnership with the Museum is our way of saying thank you and recognising our veterans, serving members of Australian Defence Force, and their families and friends.”
To access the offer, current ADF members, veterans and cadets are required to display a valid ADF ID card, DVA-issued card or service medals to the museum’s front of house team, or arrive in uniform.
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