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01 March 2017

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Des seems like another century..and of course It is. Makes Lavongai seem like a kindergarten.
Always amazes me to hear what you guys did; sometimes for many days. To have been a Kiap is surely a claim to have been part of 'band of brothers'. Glad I have that in my CV too...even if nobody knows what the hell that means here in Cardiff and I guess in many other places too.
But I bet St. Peter will know!
Thanks for sharing your memories Des.

Yes...'Those were the days', Martin. Good story and indeed a good piece of history for the future generation. Thank you.

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