A great uncle who was killed serving with the Manchester Regiment in france WW1A Grandafther who operated the coastal Flak guns during WW2An uncle who served with the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Regt WW2An uncle who served in the Royal Navy WW2A dad who was a ParaA mum who was in the WRAC Women Royal Amy CorpsA nephew who serves with the RAFA brother who served with the Royal Artillery (Falklands veteran)A nephew who is a Royal Marine and was killed in Afghanistan 2010A
A great video from the BBC about operation 'Black Buck' the bomber strike on the Falkland islands.
A very interesting vide to watch if you have a spare 47 minutes.
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Updated 05-04-13 at 09:53 by Bombardier
This is a video of the US Army Field Artillery Equipment
Enjoyed watching this as an ex gunner of the British Artillery, especially since most of the guns and missiles used were American
One of my favourite poems by Gilbert Frankau
To the lower Hall of Valhalla, to the heroes of no renown,
Relieved from his spell at the listening-post, came Rifleman Joseph Brown.
With never a rent in his khaki nor smear of blood on his face,
He flung his pack from his shoulders, and made for an empty place.
The Killer-men of Valhalla looked up from the banquet-board
At the unfouled breech
Updated 17-03-13 at 19:25 by Bombardier