The Salvation Army Emergency Services exercise, Christchurch.
Over the years, Salvation Army officer training has changed dramatically, from virtually no training to an intensive two-year diploma.
Salvationists wear uniforms to signify their availability to anyone in need, and their commitment to their Christian faith.
Major Sam Medland serving refreshments at a fire in Rotorua c1983.
Major David Bennett and Captain Frank King-Turner serving refreshments to Emergency personnel in Wellington.
Captain Wright held Auckland's first Salvation Army meeting on Friday 13th in their first hall in Albert Street.
Lieutenant Geraldine Sinclair serving a cuppa to a fireman at a Masterton timber yard fire, c1958.
The Salvation Army Emergency Services, Christchurch - vehicle and equipment.
The Salvation Army allowed women not only to preach but also to hold office in a time when this was frowned upon.
Tongan kids play at Sopu Kindergarten at Nuku'alofa Corps.
In keeping with its military style, Salvation Army prayer meetings, often held early on Sunday morning, are called kneedrills.
Nuku'alofa women's home league displays their project for the morning.