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3652) Leonard Payne 
Location:
Abbotsford, Canada Location
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Wednesday, 5 June 2019 14:00 Permalink

Stay strong Brian. My wife Mavis has recovered from two bouts of cancer and is now in full remission. Hope all goes well for you.
Len

Brian Streetly Thursday, 6 June 2019 06:06
Hi Len,
Thank you for that. I wish both you and Mavis all the very best for the future. And will include Mavis in my prayers.
Just to say I started off with stomach cancer back in 2010. I had 40% of my stomach removed. I got the all clear for that in Jan 2016. Then in March 2016 I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and in May told that it had now gone into the bones (metastatic cancer). Then in December 2017 I was told that I had small-cell lung cancer, which is what has returned now.
The prostate cancer is at the moment being held in check with hormone treatment but is not curable.
Small-cell lung cancer is not curable either: it can be held in check for short periods (up to about a year with chemo) then you have to have another type of chemo to hold it back again, but at the moment I am not sure how many more tries they get.
So I do know that mine are both terminal, but then how long is a bit of string?
3651) Brian Streetly 
Location:
Thundersley Location
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Wednesday, 5 June 2019 05:59 Permalink

To those of you who know me I had a spot of bad news yesterday: the cancer has returned. So I will have to do another series of chemo.
Any of you who believe in the power of prayer would you please include me in your prayer group?
Thanks.
Brian

Mike Graham Wednesday, 5 June 2019 08:11
So sorry to hear that Brian. Will certainly remember you both.
3650) Mike Graham 
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Thursday, 30 May 2019 05:39 Permalink


Brian Streetly Wednesday, 26 June 2019 08:51
I also served with Pete (Twice) Singapore and Shape. Pete was one of the good old boys. REST IN PEACE AND RISE IN GLORY
3649) Paul Winfield 
Location:
Cyprus Location
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Wednesday, 29 May 2019 09:23 Permalink

Hi, further to Saturday's message, Paul's family have started a funding page to raise funds for his medical treatment here in Cyprus before we can arrange an air ambulance to get him back to UK and into proper care. The link is [www.gofundme.com]
Thanks, Paul
3648) Paul Winfield 
Location:
Cyprus Location
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Saturday, 25 May 2019 22:31 Permalink

Hi, passing visitor to the site. Does anybody remember Paul Elleray from about 1974-1980? Came from Salford (NOT!Manchester, as he constantly reminds me when I wind him up...lol!!). He lives in Cyprus now and has had a bad fall, severe head injury, in Paphos Hospital. Any old buddies out there that I can relay to him to try to get that thick skull operating again, please?? Thanks, Paul (ex-RN, I know but someone has to be his drinking partner)
3647) Alan Dodson 
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Saturday, 25 May 2019 09:10 Permalink

Having spent 18 months in Egypt,1954-5,
there was an wild animal always referred to as a "Pyard". This word,I believe, is an Indian description for a wild dog, but dogs are mainly diurnal, and the Pyard was nocturnal. Has anyone identified just what the Egyptian Pyard was ?
I have even asked Egyptians, and none knew of it. My guess is that it is a fox.
It has nagged at me for years, for it's identity.
3646) Joe Mc Avoy 
Location:
Plymouth, UK Location
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Friday, 24 May 2019 12:26 Permalink

Hi. Can anyone recall the names of the staff of 3 Troop, 11 Signal Regiment at Helles Barracks, Catterick, Feb 1971?
Joe
3645) Mike Graham 
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Saturday, 11 May 2019 12:41 Permalink

3644) Mike Graham 
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Wednesday, 8 May 2019 14:13 Permalink

Folks.

We've been getting hit by spam in the Comcen, admittedly at a low-level so far.

It appears to originate in India and seems to be being entered by human beings, since it passes the previous anti-spam tests which required the working out of a sum and the entering of the answer in words.

To try to stop this I have changed the anti-spam test to one which Corps members will surely know.

If you were not a Corps member but would still like to post a Comcen entry then please contact me via the email "Problem" link at the bottom of the page with your message and I will post it for you.

Let's see if we can beat these loose wallahs at their own game!

Mike
3643) Philip Rich 
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Sunday, 5 May 2019 14:42 Permalink

I can remember the names of nearly all the instructors from my recruit training time in 4 Troop, 11 Signal Regt, mid 1967, except the weapons trg. instructor. He was an ex para. Anyone remember his name?
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