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24 October 2011


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Keith ~ ASOPA also conducted short training courses for Army people posted to serve in the Pacific Islands Regiment.

Wow interesting, I live in Kundiawa, I'll see if I can locate.

Keith - I note the signature of short-course graduate G C Tuckey and assume he is the same George Tuckey who tragically died after being gored by a bull.

His grave is located on the hillside near what were the old administrative offices (1964) in Kundiawa.

Some of our Kundiawa readers may be able to confirm if the grave is still being maintained after all these years.

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