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27) Ian Winterbottom 
Bolton, Lancs Location
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Wednesday, 10 September 2003 14:59 Permalink

Excellent Site, congratulations to you. Recommended to you by Petra (thanks, love) but the first time I've got in properly. Lovely stuff and already found someone I know. Jokes are good! Anyone from 28 Sigs out there, or anyone else who knows where I might find Keith "Moff" Moffatt, from the Glasgow area, or Jimmy Clancy, from Blackburn? I'm currently in Bolton, Lancs. All the best and keep up the good work, Ian

Thursday, 1 January 1970 00:00
You are most welcome Ian, and I am glad you found your way into the site eventually! :*
Regards Petra
26) H.R. Campbell 
Canada Location
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Wednesday, 3 September 2003 14:00 Permalink

Great site here folks. Enjoy everything about it. And while I'm here, does any one know of the where abouts of Stevie Morgan, he was the lone Brit in the Royal Canadian Signals detachment with the Danes in Xeros (Cyprus) in 76. All of us of course were 644 Signal Troop.
25) Michael Anthony (Tony) Hudson 
Fulford, North Staffordshire Location
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Tuesday, 2 September 2003 19:30 Permalink

Any one who remembers me from 225 Sigs - Schafoldendorf and Langeleben 1963 to 1968 and 13 Sigs 1968 to 1971.
24) A Severn 
Notts Location
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Monday, 1 September 2003 18:44 Permalink

Father was in the Royal Sigmals during WWII.
I know a bit about where he trained and some more about his service in Egypt and the Middle east campaign. Quite a few photos of him and his mates, especially when he was attached to the RAF for part of the war. Would like to know if more information is available about him. He died several years ago and never easily spoke about his time in the service, would like to know a bit more if possible. (Cyril Severn. Went out from the UK to Durban, South Africa, bound for the Far East. Troops reassigned when the previous ship was caught at Singapore by the Japanese invasion. He ended up in Cairo, Alex, Sidi?, and Ben Gazi.)
23) Nige Allen 
Bournemouth Location
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Friday, 29 August 2003 19:29 Permalink

Great site guys and ladies lets hope more and more people use it :s)
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Thursday, 28 August 2003 18:34 Permalink

4 O.T.B.Scarborough, Ein Shemer, Ramat David, 3 GHQ Fayid
21) Frank Smith 
Canada Location
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Wednesday, 27 August 2003 02:30 Permalink

Interesting site. I'd like to contact
anyone serving in Budapest with the
British Military Mission in 1947.
20) Anonymous 
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Saturday, 23 August 2003 18:00 Permalink

Thanks to your wonderful site i have found a long lost contact for my dad and the memories of1943-1946 air formation are flooding back,thanks to you.Keep up thr good work.

Thursday, 1 January 1970 00:00
Would have been nice If you had left your name and email address.
19) Mick Gregoire 
Portsmouth Location
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Friday, 22 August 2003 13:12 Permalink

Very good website guys. Pleased to find a website that is easy to navigate, easy to search and easy to put in your service history.
Only a couple of questions though, is there a logout button?
Also can you go anywhere to add more details about yourself, ie change of name, nickname etc
All the best and thanks

Thursday, 1 January 1970 00:00
Hi Mick,

Many thanks for your comments.
As soon as you leave the site you are logged out.

You can go to to the drop down menu members area and use show/edit my postings. If what you want to alter is not shown there send them to me and I will amened it for you. :+
18) len payne 
Vancouver, Canada Location
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Friday, 22 August 2003 00:34 Permalink

Got to congratulate you on the new easy to navigate format. Even I can't get lost...Good job....Len

Thursday, 1 January 1970 00:00
Thanks Len.

Must say took some working out


Keith :z
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