Surname: Slikkerveer
Christian Names: Johannes Pieter
Country: Australia
State or Province: WA
City or Town: Ellenbrook
Service: Army Reserves
Branch: Pay Corps
Case Notes:

Johannes Pieter Slikkerveer – Pay Corps, Army Reserve Officer from Western Australia

This Royal Australian Army Pay Corps (RAAPC) Officer looks dashing in his Sam Browne (Regimental Belt) and Sandy Beret at The Brook Tavern, Ellenbrook on the outskirts of Perth Western Australia on ANZAC Day 2013


Slikkerveer is an Army Reserve Pay Corps Officer who has never done anything, that would in anyway suggest he is part of the elite Special Air Service Regiment (SASR) - except for wearing an SASR Beret.

Veterans, ex Servicemen and Women, Serving Men and Women and the general public are now very much aware of our role in the Veteran Community and blatant acts of stupidity, now have no chance of going unnoticed, as is the case with Slikkerveer.

Very few who yearn to wear the Sandy Beret are able to pass the tests that gives them the right to wear it.

Slikkerveer is an Army Captain who does not exhibit the behaviour necessary to be a Reserve Pay Corp Officer or Army Officer of any kind, and we hope his Military superiors and his peers treat him appropriately.

Those who wear the Sandy Beret have proven themselves to be superior in matters of strength, stamina and willpower. In recent times three soldiers, including and Australian, serving in the British Army, perished in the United Kingdom (UK) whilst undergoing the UK SAS selection course. 

The Sandy Beret must be earned and must not be worn by pretenders and wannabes like Slikkerveer.

Those who have earned the Beret and those who know of the feats of SASR Troopers, Non commissioned Officers and Commissioned Officers will understand why Slikkerveer is now given a life sentence on our web site.

This is published in the public interest, particularly that of the Vietnam Veteran Community. All information presented here is fact and the truth. Reports from the private citizens are supported by statement of fact and statutory declarations.

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