The visit was organised by Dave Cocks, deputy launching authority at Redcar RNLI.
What does DLA stand for?
DLA stands for Deputy Launching Authority (RNLI)
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- Digital Light Amplifier
- Digital Linear Actuator (measurement equipment)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Mr Taylor now serves on the RNLI Blyth Deputy Launching Authority and is a sea safety adviser for the North East coast.
Robin was an Inshore Lifeboat Crew member between 1985-93, a Shore Helper from 1993-2009 and was made Deputy Launching Authority last year.
CAPTION(S): WATER BABIES: Andy Vye Parminster, RNLI helmsman and Caitlyn; Phillip Lay, Penarth RNLI Lifeboat operations manager, and Sebastian; Rod Hill, deputy launching authority, his wife Sarah, D class helm, and Oliver; RNLI Medical officer Atul Rayani, and Kieran; RNLI helm Jason Dunlop, and Charlie; RNLI Volunteer crewmember Jon Russill, and Megan; RNLI volunteer crewmember Graham Jones, and Emily Picture: Peter Bolter
CAPTION(S): NEW LIFEJACKETS: Redcar Lifeboat volunteer helmsman Mark Reeves, on right, models one of the new lifejackets the funds will help buy, while Stuart Nelson wears a current jacket, left DRAMA: South Gare, and how we told the story GIFT: Richard Milnes hands the proceeds of a charity night to Redcar Lifeboat deputy launching authority Bob O'Neill, right
He first joined the RNLI in New Brighton as a volunteer crewman in 1954, later becoming a Deputy Launching Authority and then Honorary Secretary.
He joined the RNLI in New Brighton as a volunteer crewman in 1954, later becoming a Deputy Launching Authority and then Honorary Secretary of the lifeboat station.
Paul Moreton, the deputy launching authority for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution at Llandudno, said much of the sand has gone along a half-mile stretch of the beach.