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T1: Robert Henderson
T2: raf@ris.net
T3: Canon City, Colorado USA

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www.warbirdcentral.com
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T1: Carl Hannon
T2: carlhannon@yahoo.com

S1:

This is very well put together site and I noticed the 385th Bomb Group along with Great Ashfield in your links page.
If you add the War Horse site and the Ordinance Tent, you would have a lot more info on Great Ashfield.
Carl Hannon.
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T1: Dr E A Haworth
T2: eric.haworth@tesco.net

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I am trying to compile a history of HMS Blackcap at Stretton can you help with any photos or articles or anecdotes.

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T1: Grunt
T2: carlhannon@yahoo.com
T3: Maine U.S.A

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I had to come back and look again, as when HMS Sheffield was in Boston before the Falklands war, I housed two of the
seamen and in returned was given a tour of this ship and invited to even drink a beer in the quarters below deck.
So, in memory of this ship, let's say this site brought back to my mind this ship that came to Boston Maine.
Carl Hannon.
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T1: Keith Abnett
T2: keith_abnett@btinternet.com
T3: Wokingham, Berkshire

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For a member of the class of '61, excellent web-site.

I wonder whether there is scope for an ex- Air Artificers association?

-Keith-
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T1: Albert Demuyer
T2: albertdemuyer@hotmail.com
T3: Blankenberge Belgium

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Dear Bill and other crew members
I enjoy your website
And thanks Bill to put my father on your CD book great
work.
Kind regards
Bereke

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T1: Brian P Powell
T2: powbrn4@aol.com
T3: Limerick Ireland
B1: Submit

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An excellent site,I am an ex AA1,and remember Bill Daysh at Daedalus.Diamond Byrne also has a site.I joined in May '56
series 27,a mere sprog to your series,and am still in aviation,as a consultant for an aircraft leasing outfit,am currently
in Dusseldorf
taking 2 x B757's off lease from LTU, charter airline.
Wish you and your site Bon Chance.
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T1: John Stupples
T2: john.stupples@ntlworld.com
T3: Portsmouth

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Hi. I like your site and found it very interesting. I am a 'fish head' who joined Fisgard in 1951 but also I am Secretary
of the Fisgard Association. You may like to swap links with us. If you haven't visited us we are at www.fisgardassociation.org.
We have quite a few of you classmates from Fisgard who are members. Best regards John Stupples

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T1: Mike Ryan
T2: RYANP677@aol.com
T3: Newlyn, Cornwall

S1:

An excellent site which brought back many memories of people I had forgotten over the years. I joined 2 May 1949,
DUNCAN Division, an OA/A and I remember Richard van Kempen, Cyril Ayles, Boulton and Auger amongst others.
Of course they all went to CONDOR and since that time I have not met nor heard any news of them. Good luck to you all.
By the way, some of the photographs would be a welcome addition to the FISGARD Association site as there are very few
of Series 6th
ere. Give it a thought, please?
Mike Ryan

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T1: Mike Hosking
T2: Mike@comradesandcolleagues.com

S1:

Hi all,

Mike Hosking here, ex FAA Mech. 1982 - 1987.
I wonder if you would post a link to my site: http://www.comradesandcolleagues.com
We include Condor and Fisgard as well as 1000's of RN units. Please take a look at the site - see what you think.

I will post a link to your site on my RN links page.

Many thanks

Mike Hosking.

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T1: Bryan Kennett
T2: b.g.kennett@btopenworld.com
T3: Canterbury Kent UK
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While I joined May 49, S6 entry in Frobisher division, I actually became an OA, I don't now recall any names of
fleeties from our entry, but this is doubtless due to the passage of time!
Regards to all.

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T1: Bob Silver
T2: hihosilverb17@earthlink.net
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Hi, Bill--I don't even know what an "Artificer" is !!

I shall get back to your web site later on and I shall probably be able to find out !!

Hiho

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T1: Edwina Kastner
T2: foxmillkastner@aol.com
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Hi, Can your members help me. Researching my Great Uncle Henry Vernon Worrall, Royal Naval Seaplane Corps. WW1
Henry was awarded MBE, DSC, Croix de Guerre. His biography is in Who's Who in Aviation 1928-36 (became Who's Who in
British Aviation)
This book is out of print and not available in Australia. Harry WAs raised in Australia but fought under the British flag.
He bombed the Goeben on his first night flight. the family have his medals here but know little else. We think he remained
in England does anyone have a dusty copy of this book? Love to hear form you if possible.
There may well be references to him in many soures but this is the one I have found to date.
Any help greatly appreciated to help preserve his memory.
cheers
Edwina Kastner
Australia

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T1: Dickie Bird
T2: abbird@hotmail.com

S1:

Congratulations on an excellent depiction of a class of air 'tifs, some of whom I have met. Have just found this site
from the latest issue of Navy News and have much exploration to carry out.

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T1: Clive Macdonald Rees
T2: clive@tarvin96.freeserve.co.uk

S1:

I was an EA/App at Arbroath in 1946 in JERVIS division, moving to Warrington as an REA/App in 1947 and passing
out in December 1949

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T1: Albert Demuyer
T2: albertdemuyer@hotmail.com
T3: Blankenberge Belgium

S1:

Hey my friend Bill:
I was visiting again you website; great work.
Kind regards
Bereke

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T1: Martin Odgers
T2: aussieowl@hotmail.com
T3: Sydney, Australia

S1:

I've just been browsing your site and have found it very interesting. The photos are spectacular.
My father was at Condor from Nov '44 to June '45 and served on numerous Aircraft Carriers as an Air Mechanic.

I'm sure he would have loved your site !

Regards
Martin Odgers.

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T1: John H Stevens
T2: John@jhstevens.worldonline.co.uk
B1: Submit

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A very very interesting site. As an ex Aircraft Handler I found the photos and information superb.
Many congratulations.

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T1: Ray Bowden
T2: ray@usaaf-noseart.co.uk
T3: Bridport, Dorset

S1:

Fantastic site. I have book marked it and will return -- again -- and again.
Great work!

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T1: Noel Rawbone
T2: noelandheather@xtra.co.nz
T3: Auckland, New Zealand

S1:

I was an Observer on Sea Vixen (893, Victorious) and Buccaneer (800 twice, Eagle) between 1963 and 1969.
A lot of time and effort has gone into this site - well done. I especially appreciated the photos and the link sites.
One possible correction. There are a number of ship shots labelled as Theseus (with the large 294(?) radome in front
of the funnel) that I believe are incorrect. I think they are either Victorious or Hermes.

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T1: James SPRIGGS
T2: jimspriggs@js52.freeserve.co.uk
T3: Bromley Kent

S1:

James SPRIGGS FX109822 1934-1946 Ex 1843 Sqdn HMS Arbiter

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Bill,
Thanks for the email Re HMS Arbiter. The time I was serving on her as AM (A) 1/c was the 14 Feb 45 - 2 May 45. 
1845 Sqdn (Corsair's) My sqdn was put ashore at Sydney (Nowra) as a bad landing damaged the gun positions on the
starboard side aft of the island.
 
Jim Spriggs

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T1: Mark Janowski
T2: mark_janowski@yahoo.com

S1:

My father served aboard the USS Worcester and belongs to the USS Worcester Association. I have been searching
the Internet for photos of the ship on my father's behalf. Would it be possible to get a high resolution scan of the photo
you have posted (da15.jpg)? All of the photos I have found are passed along to the association's historian for all to see and
enjoy.

Thank You!

Mark


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T1: H Nixon
T2: Harry.ni@lineone.net
T3: Gateshead Tyne & Wear

S1:

Excellent site, brought back many memories. Stopped off at some of the places and ships mentioned, probably at the
same time as your members. ex POAF E

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T1: John Fairburn
T2: fairrburn@hotmail.com
T3: Auckland New Zealand

S1:

Looooooooooove the clock!!!!!!!

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T1: Mike Power
T2: mikepower@onetel.net.uk
T3: Liverpool. United Kingdom.

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T1: Chris Wheal
T2: cwheal@altaira.com
T3: UK

S1:

Hello Bill -- John Stevens pointed me at your web page and asked if I knew you. Ha! I can't remember if we ever flew
together while we were in 800B. You have some excellent and very nostalgic photos on your site which I've saved to
my personal folder as I have disappointingly little of my own to bring back those happy days in 64 and 65. I read your
Beira Patrol story with interest because as you probably won't remember I left Eagle in Mombasa in October 65 to go on
course at CFS. The Beira nonsense started shortly afterwards and would have posed some difficult problems for me, having
strong S African connections (including a SA wife). Fortunately I didn't have to make any awkward decisions.

At a distance of nearly 40 years (!) it's risky to be dogmatic about who was where and when, but IIRC you joined us shortly
after we had got back to Lossie in May 65 from our first Far East deployment. Roger Dimmock was the boss and again IIRC we
had 3 other pilots as well by then -- me, Pete McManus and Ian Frenz. Paddy Meiklejohn, who with Roger and me was the
other founding member, left when we got back in May. Paddy Waring came out to Mombasa to relieve me and Nigel G-R to
relieve Roger at about the same time.

I'm currently living in the US but plan to retire early next year and will be coming back to the UK for at least a couple of years.
We have a house in Cheltenham that we shall move into, probably in April or May. Where do you live, and do you see any of
the old 800B people?

Regards,

Chris
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T1: John McVeigh
T2: Johnjoe754@aol.com

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I am seeking information on my brother Andrew McVeigh, who served in the fleet air arm HMS Fieldfare and was drowned in
a boating accident August 28th 1946,any help would be gratefully appreciated Sincerely John McVeigh

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T1: george
T2: gsciberras@keyworld.net
T3: Malta

S1:

It is a very interesting web site especially when I saw the pictures 
taken in Malta. My father serve the British Army for about 19 years 
with the Royal Malta Artillery ( R.M.A.) in fact I was born in a 
Military hospital at Imtarfa Hospital and I am very proud that I 
was born there.

George Sciberras Malta
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T1: Donald Nijboer
T2: dnijboer@idirect.com
T3: Toronto, Canada

S1:

Excellent site.  I am very interested in obtaining some of your 
aircraft photos for a book project I am working.  It's called Cockpits 
of the Cold War and will be published next summer.  You have some great 
shots of the Sea Hawk, Sea Vixen, Scimitar and Buccanneer.  
Please let me know if this is possible and the cost for each image.  
Hope to hear from you soon.

Regards
Donald Nijboer
Toronto, Canada

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T1: john Moody
T2: john@eagleheadhunters.co.uk
T3: London

S1:

Hi,

I read your cv with interest (bumped into it through google)
I work for a firm of headhunters & am looking for a global 
fundseller - they're paying loads of money & it occured to me 
that you may know someone ?!

Please drop me a line or give me a call if anyone springs to mind.

Best Regards,

John Moody
01784 224205
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T1: Rog Frost
T2: rhfrost@portables2.ngfl.gov.uk
T3: Nr Devizes

S1:

Good to meet you both on the bridge at Cheverell today. 73096 made a fine 
sight with her green train.

Look forward to your garden afternoon on Boxing Day.

Cheers

Rog and Sue Frost

T1: David W. Griffiths
T2: DGriffi306@aol.com
T3: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

S1:

Do any of you AA's recall my father Chief Aircraft Artificer Trevor 
(Taff) Griffiths?
Served variously on Ark Royal, Bulwark, Hermes and at Culdrose, 
Condor, Simbang to name a few. 

T1: Clive (Lofty) Reynolds
T2: clive@reynolds200.freeserve.co.uk
T3: North Staffordshire

S1:

Very interesting site.  Very pleasing to read about Fred Gooch 
and his family.  I worked under his supervision on many occasions 
on 845 Squadron, where he and Alan Lippett were widely regarded as 
the top senior supervisors by myself and the other electrical mechanics. 
A gentleman.

CSR
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T1: Andrew Smith
T2: smithag@bigpond.com
T3: Sydney, Australia

S1:

Edwina Kestner,

I have information on your Uncle Henry Vernon Worrall, but your email 
address appears not to work, please email me.

Andrew Smith

T1: Graeme Carrott
T2: graeme@airnorth1.demon.co.uk
T3: Newcastle upon Tyne

S1:

Interested to see RNAS Anthorn (HMS Nuthatch) featured. Would appreciate 
contact with anyone who served there between 1944 and 1958 - 
I am writing a short piece on the history of the airfield for my 
local aviation society magazine and wish to include stories of the 
place from a 'human' perspective, instead of just a load of facts and figures.
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T1: Robert Dickie
T2: Rbrtdc@aol.com
T3: Irvine, Ayrshire

S1:

Originally from Paisley, I grew up within the sounds of Sanderling and 
because my father had died in RAF, He had been stationed at Abbotsinch 
before the war started, both my sister and I went to Christmas parties 
at Abbotsinch which were always great.
I lived next to Love Street football ground and remember the Queen Mary's 
coming down Love Street with aircraft on them and sometimes even complete 
aircraft,(I think they were probably Avengers) with their wings folded. 
I have been told that some of these may have been Japanese aircraft which 
were brought back to U.K. after the war and scrapped at Abbotsinch. Does 
anyone know if this is true? I do know that local scrap men made a fortune 
out of Abbotsinch scrapping Avengers, Skyraiders, Attackers, Fireflys and 
probable Sky Hawks also.
 I also remember the Attacker which was placed on a pole at the Greenock Road 
gate and caused a number of motorists to take unexpected detours when it 
suddenly loomed up before them at night
  I spent many a happy hour plane spotting at Abbotsinch and when I got a 
second hand bike I often commuted between Renfrew and Abbotsinch at weekends 
and school holidays.
Incidentally, my mother told me that during the war Lord Haw Haw announced 
that HMS Sanderling had been sunk with heavy loss of life. That gave the 
citizens of Paisley something to laugh at
   Thanks for an interesting site!
                                            Robert Dickie.
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T1: Edwina Kastner
T2: foxmillkastner@pacific.net.au
T3: Australia

S1:

Hi Bill,
Many thanks for posting my query which has helped me find a great deal 
more out about Great Uncle Harry.

Note my updated email address.

The site is looking great.
Merry Xmas to all - Hope you get snow and we get suntanned!

Edwina


T1: Brian M Phillips
T2: brian.phillips4@ntlworld.com
T3: Coventry. Warwickshire

S1:

Rodney,
We may have crossed paths in the 50's
52, Abroath, Stn Flt Rem(a)
53ish, Culdrose,Eagle,North Front Gib, 809Sqdn Hornets.
followed by Yeovilton, Venom 20's and 21's
Boscombe Down, Scimitar proto.Vixen proto,Buccaneer proto.
Yours is the first name that I have seen anywhere ex 809.
Please contact me.
Regards, Brian M Phillips
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T1: Pete Pingram ex 728sqdn 57/58 EMA1 (air)
T2: P.J.Pingram@btinternet.com
T3: Tamworth Staffs

S1:

Hello, I left the FAA in 1965.I then worked as a civy at RAF Boscombe 
down for 15Yrs followed by 20Yrs on the AWACS in Germany. Since retiring 
I have joined the Tamworth Aviation Group and I busy myself writing 
articles for the magazine. Thats how I came across your web site, I typed 
in 728 Hal Far and up it came. It was great to see the photos in your 
collection and of course the ones of Hal-Far and even better a picture 
of the flat We lived in, in 60/61. Must have been taken from the 
728 Sqdn Dragonfly chopper, the only problem I had with it was our block 
of flats bottom left should be bottom right along with the Shell Oil Tanks.
I printed it out and looked at it from the back, many thanks for the memories, 
PJP.
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T1: John Balabouhin
T2: opaljohn@tpg.com.au
T3: Brisbane.  Australia.

S1:

I escorted HMS Albion to Borneo in 1964, please send me a copy of the CREST,EMBLEM 
or INSIGNIA which is located on the bridge.  

Cheers,
John B.
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T1: rodney william brown

T2: chipmunkflyer@aol.com

T3: croxley green near watford,herts

S1:

Greetings Rod,

Found your website whilst looking for Chipmunk information and noted your connection with this type at W.Malling.
Would appreciate any information on the Shorts operation there and also whether you might have any photos available to copy for my huge archive. I intend to write the definitive work on Chipmunk when I retire but at the moment I'm still active as a CFI.( see website www.chipmunkflyer.co.uk)

Best

Rod Brown

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T1: Brian (Chas) Chambers
T2: chasanne@tower58.freeserve.co.uk
T3: Inverness, Scotland

S1:

Hi Bill,
Great to see your site, remember you well from my time at Arbroath 1951-1954. 
I was in S9 (Keppel). Cluck was a real friend of mine and I still miss him, 
we had so many happy days together in the Angus Glens. 
My dear wife still talks of the wonderful dancing partner she found with Don 
Amor at Lossie in the 60's, gave me plenty of opportunity to prop up the bar 
unhindered!
I must get in touch with him again to relive those happy days.
All the best Bill.
As an ex Tiffy, yours Aye,  Chas
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T1: Jumbo James
T2: You Know
T3: Sunny Bournemouth

S1:

Captain Morell!

I certainly remember him.

He sentenced me to 6 cuts of the cane!

More will be revealed at the next Reunion.

Jumbo
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T2: maxchi.design
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T1: Fred Gooch
T2: frednannie@tinyworld.co.uk
T3: Truro, Cornwall

S1:

'Thommos Last Ship' author Jack Newman is a great, evocative read, especially for anyone 
who had any time on the Rusty B (H.M.S. Bulwark). The story line and easy style of the 
narrative should have a wider audience. Well done and thanks Jack.

Fred Gooch ex, a long time ago! 845 squadron

T1: Jack Newman
T2: Jacc4Newman@aol.com
T3: Australia

S1:

Ihave spent the last hour happily catching up on several people, places and events. 
Your site is excellent. Well done. There were about one hundred and twenty in my entry of 
1946 yet I haven't heard a word from any of them. Surely the old chap with the sythe 
has not chopped them all off at the knees! Come on you lot, give us a call. 
Hope you enjoyed my book.

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T1: argentino Ra´┐Żl Lavena
T2: corsairnaval@latinmail.com
T3: Argentina

S1:

The page is very nice, I send information over the air Squadrons of the carrier HMS Warrior
in the period 1953 to 1957 and the captains of this ship. 
Do you send to me this information? 
thanks and congratulations for this wonderful page.
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T1: Dave Sherman 
T2: dsherman.tassie.net.au 
T3: Gardners Bay, Tasmania Date: 28-03-03 Time: 07:59 
S1: 
I got on to this website immediately after talking to an old mate...
Mike Powers would you believe. And I have already read his "CV" and was astonished 
to see that we two are "old ships" as I was an EM(A)1 on the Eagle in '53. 
I finished my time at Daedalus in '69 as Ch.Elec/Air doing a stint in NATEC 
where it seems Mike P also sat and served. 
Arrived in Hobart in '74 and looked up Mike having been given his address by another AA, 
cannot remember more than name of Len who was at Nowra having transferred from the Andrew...
do you find this boring? me too, congratulations on the website, after dinner I shall get 
back to it and have a really good look around, 
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T1:   Roy 'Oscar' Wild
T2:   r.wild3@ntlworld.com
T3:   Fareham, Hampshire
Date: 30-03-03
Time: 18:50

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Hi RN AAs '49
I recently stumbled across your excellent web site and found myself in Memory Lane, again.  
I am one of the 'black gang' and served my time beneath the waves.  
I joined Fisgard, January '49, Series 05, Frobisher Div (East Camp).  
At that time I believe that I was temporarily dyslexic, I opted for ERA when, in retrospect, 
it should have been REA(Air).
I was saddened to learn that 'Cluck' Everett had 'crossed the bar'.  'Cluck' joined Fisgard as 
Series 04 (or 03) and he was backclassed to 05 because of an accident on the hockey field.  
Someone had clobbered him on his knee with a hockey stick and he was hospitalised for some time.  
I well remember him proudly showing off his patella(s) to us newly joined 'sprogs' in Frobisher. 
These souvenirs were safely kept in a 'tickler' tin.

Is it not possible to have an 'Obit' page with career Profiles?

Why is it, that as I stumble toward antiquity, all my Fisgard contempories are bald, balding or grey, 
when I am still 15 going on 20 (until I look in the mirror, which is not very often).

If anyone knows of the whereabouts of Ron Taverner (ex-OA/App), another hockey player, 
I would be more than pleased to hear of him.

Best Regards
Roy Wild  
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T1: Rene Briones
T2: rene@briones.com
T3: Monterrey Mexico
B1: Submit
 

S1

Very neat and clean place Keep it up Rene

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T1: Doug Schaschke
T2: dschaschke@aol.com
T3: Hamilton Scotland
B1: Submit
 

S1

Excellent site. As an OD I was at Condor '52-'53. many happy memories. Good luck.

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T1: William F Newman
T2: hbnewman@hotmail.com
T3: Winfield BC Canada
B1: Submit
 

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Aircraft Artificer 1957-1970. 899 Sqd Vixens HMS Eagle 65-66 Arbroath Brawdy Lossie & Portland

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T1: Peter Jones
T2: p.jones@surrey.ac.uk
T3: University of Surrey, Guildford
B1: Submit

S1

Dear Rod, Came across your web site when I did a web search for 'aircraft galley design'. I am IFCA Professor of Production and Operations Management here are Surrey. In other words the world's first and only professor of inflight catering. I am currently working on a new edition of my textbook 'Flight Catering'. Don't know if you have any interesting tales about galley design? Peter


T1: Alexandre Santos
T2: alexandre2003@iol.pt
T3: Portugal
B1: Submit

S1

Can you send to me by email more information and fotos off the FAIREY GANNET. I'm making a scale model and I nead more information. Thank you for your time
 

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T1: Ted Ranyard
T2: TEDRAN@xtra.co.nz
T3: Auckland New Zealand
B1: Submit

S1

Hullo to everyone. Best wishes for the future to you all.


T1: Steve Wooding
T2: steve@wooding69.fslife. co.uk
T3: Chard, Somerset
B1: Submit

S1

Found site looking for photos I could use for a RPC invitation. Currently serving at SULTAN just been commissioned SUY (used to be called SD) 4 ex tiffs on course (3 greenies and me, the solitary grubber) all at Daedalus ranging from 78 to 87. Good to see Daedalus again but sad to see it in such a state, had some really good times there.


T1: Pat (Ally) Allerston Series 6
T2: Ally_Allerston@hotmail.com
T3:
Fareham
B1: Submit

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I enjoyed reading the news on my FAA classmates, I particularly remember Cyril Ayles as we were in the same hut at Fisgard. One of the highlights of my time in the RN was living in the new FAA CPO's Mess in Malta. I was on HMS Striker and we spent 9 months in drydock thanks to Dom Mintoff.


T1: Pat (Ally) Allerston Series 6
T2: Ally_Allerston@hotmail.com
T3: Fareham Hants
B1: Submit

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I didn't meet any of my class of AA's as I had small ships although we had a ship's flight on Hampshire which was maintained by more FAA personnel than the whole of the ER Department! Spent 9 months in Kalefrana CPO's mess when Dom Mintoff called his workers off Striker. We had a great time! Best wishes to all my class, I remember App Auger he gave me a torrid time in the new entries soccer competion

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T1: gerhard coetzee
T2: gerhard.coetzee@baesystems.com
T3: South Africa
B1: Submit

S1

I flew Buccaneer aircraft in SAAF and am in North of Scotland for next few days, I heard of the "Buccaneer association" and was hoping someone can put me in contact with some people in Lossiemouth area tio share a pint as I will be passing through there in a day or 2. My mobile is 07801713091. Thanks in advance Gerhard


T1: Albert Demuyer
T2: albertdemuyer@hotmail.com
T3: Lissewege Belgium
B1: Submit

S1

Bill: just droping by,to see again your web-site. Its a success;keep up the good work my friend. Bereke