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Thousands of ladies that are ready to fuck with you just for fun!I am look for a nice man who will love me and love too hangout will my friend and race i hope you are out there i will like too fine some one like right like love me and i will do any thing you want i will. IM Abby )I just turned 20 on feb 8IM a hairstylist Call me shallow but looks matter to me.I visit the site at least once a fortnight to see whats new. Oh incidentally, whilst in Cyprus on a scheme, I managed to shoot the gear stick off a One ton Humber truck with a 303 rifle. I was involved with the RAF Fayid Ballet and Opera Circle on Thursday nights at the YMCA.It is fantastic for us Veterans to see so many places where we spent a period of our lives. with Bill, Alan, the two Peters, and 'Long John Collier' who I have just recently visited, and anybody else I may have forgotten.

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I am very pleased to have already made contact with Alan Calvert who was there at the time. He was awarded the following medals: - Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, General Service Medal with Palestine Clasp (1945/48), Defence Medal, War Medal.

As a member of the Blue Aces Speedway team I raced against many teams in the Canal Zone at that time. Do you remember on the opening day when the Blue Aces raced the Tech Dons and the program winner who won a Triumph Motorbike? My Grandfather died in 1969 whilst working in the Isle of Man on the Summerland project. I have just found your website and scrolled through the list but most seem to be after my time. If anyone can help with information, I would be oblidged. He was in the Army attached to a small group of Royal Signals at El Firdan, but worked in No1 Airmens Mess, I worked in No2. Must also mention Glen Wortley who was on the Malta aircrash and was selected from the bed next to me in the transit billet. Also about El Hamra,does anyone remember the detention cell and gallows and a searchlight tower which are not shown on the El Hamra map. They have contacted two people, Gerry Beesley and Jack Hobson via your site, they served with 51 MT. My name then was Diana Clark and I’d like to know if anyone knew my Dad who was a Flt Lt in the RAF stationed at Kabrit in 1953 to 1954. The reason I am not sure is because I could have been in Aba with the 'Skins' then trained with the dogs in Geneifa, I seem to have lost my marbles after that. This has resulted from the Reunion in Derby 15th and 16th September 2007.

I am looking for Henry or anyone who remembers him in 30 Company. The people I recall in the pay office at Kabrit were a Flt. I never knew him but I would like someone to help me find out about his life. Some names I remember, Derek Cherry from Lichfield, Ernie Rampling from London, Ted East from Ely, Barney Parker from Wells. At the end of my service we both were at Pirbright Camp in Surrey in the U. I would like to hear from anyone so we could fill in the gaps. My father is now dead but if anyone remembers him it would be good to get some info. When you don't use these names they seem to join up all together. Please contact me for "Lost Pals", and add your own contact address and telephone number. I was unfortunate to come home on the 'Empire Windrush' 28 March 1954.

I seem to recall the Squadron to have been something like 205 or 206 but am not sure. Everyone had to draw their weapons for cleaning, these would be randomly inspected the next day by the Orderly Officer or R. I came home on the Empire Fowey and left Port Said 29th April 1956. Also, any 84 Sqn members from the Valetta era can contact Andy at Following the discovery of his briefcase containing nearly sixty years of personal belongings, I am researching the history of Captain Crisswell who served in the R. Anyone from those happy days still on this mortal coil. Together with Adrian (Harry) Wansborough we have been trying to find members of this band. He lives about a mile from me and was a storeman at RAF Fayid. Bye for now from Chris the Yorkshireman now living in Hampshire. I have noticed a couple of pictures that appear on this website's 'Photo Album' with my father featured in them and I am keen to fine out more information.

We know that five have passed away, six are in contact, the other fourteen are 'who knows? As I'm quite busy at the moment it will a few days before we can get together. Just found this site and wondered if anyone remembers my father, Dennis Brewster. Sadly he died last year and I cannot show him this website. I know they may not have a computer and therefore be unable to see this website page, but I feel they have to be somewhere and it would be lovely to have contact with them again. - as he says in his email he cannot believe, like me, that all the others have passed away. Page three 205 Group Communications Flight Ground Crew, August 1955, my father is forth in from the left back row, and on page thirteen two chaps pictured on the old Canal Road, my father is the one on the right. I was once late picking up CSM Jeffries and caused him to be late on parade for one of those monthly full turn-outs, in front of the whole camp.

I would like to hear from Bill, Dave, and others who were there at the time 16 April '07 Hello Charlie Delta. Any help with my research would be really appreciated. For short periods as I was employed with a unit of Seychelles Pioneers, building cookhouses and concrete bases for tents and various other projects to try and make life a bit easier for all concerned.