Hello Dave, Sorry about the delay but Im trying to get some information about 6 Coy at Wuppertal and cant find anything on the web. Perhaps im looking in the wrong place or something, or maybe its the (GM) in the title. I have a model of the twin tube transporter to show when I can work out how to get it on the site. Best regards to you both, hope to here from you sometime, Mick.
Well it is you ,you old bugger, the stonning confirmed it. You me and Bob Perry out on the piss, standing at a chip van in steamer point, provoked into chasing an arab into the building rubble of the new post office and were set apon by a mob, while the military police watched on at a distance. Quite a lot of us followed round the units, Ginger Mann was one I saw at every posting. Like you and Margaret, myself and June have been married forty odd years too. Must keep in touch, Skype or E mail, cheers Mick.
Hello Dave, what date did you leave senne, I was there 58-61. I knew a Dave Tuplin in 6 coy Wuppertal, perhaps in Kenya, deffinitly at Little Aden and at 19 coy Retford where you helped me sort out an ignition problem on my 650 Norton SS, and went to your flat in Doncaster, saw Margaret again played some snooker and darts and never saw you again until an article in the Soldier Magazine about Cranberry Glass and computors. If it is you would you please confirm on my page. Mick Gill.
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