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  1. Christmas Wishes from airborne

    Untrique Paratus

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    Merry christmas Airborne
    That was great.
    And to all our members and I know there are only a few who continually post here.
    I hope this Christmas is a good one for you and all of your families

    Your a great bunch and I enjoy the fact that you enjoy this site.

    All our best wishes Bombardier , Mrs Bombardier and little Bombardier

  3. Thanks chaps and the same to you.

    Mr & Mrs Silky
    and the girls in the yard, They are glad that people like turkey and not chickens at this time of year.

    I'm an ex medic. Now retired but still workin as I publish a magazine of poetry and short stories.

  4. Happy Holidays everybody :-)
    We stole the Eagle from the Air Force, the rope from the Army, the anchor from the Navy. And on the seventh day when god rested, we over ran his perimeter and stole the globe and have been running the show ever since. USMC~1776

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    Amen to that, Bando. Merry Christmas to all and a Happy and prosperous New Year.

  6. Merry Xmas

    Merry xmas everyone and a happy and healthy prosperous new year
    airborne what a lovely card well done.Silky i have just read about your
    grandads experiances during ww1 he was quiet a hero,my grandfather
    private John Mc Fadyen was at the battle of Mons with the 1st battalion
    Gordon Highlanders captured and spent 4 years as a prisoner of war.
    Best Wishes To All
    Bill Sally Newman.

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    Aw gee, and I didn't get you anything... yet.

    Merry Christmas to you too, Mike!!

    And a Happy New Year for all the other friends I've made on this site, veterans and civilians alike!!!!

    ...Did I leave anybody out? Oh yeah..
    IF THE WORLD WERE TO END TOMORROW, KNOW THAT WE BROTHERS IN ARMS WILL NOT GO INTO THE GREAT UNKNOWN ALONE.

  8. Hi s.newman, Thanks for your remarks, but it was my father and not my grandfather that I was writing about. Glad you enoyed the read.

    Silky

    I'm an ex medic. Now retired but still workin as I publish a magazine of poetry and short stories.

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    Mele Kalikimaka

    In case you don't know what that means;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEvGKUXW0iI

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    Belated Christmas wishes to all, and here's to a great new year
    Mary Dye-1920-2011
    Herbert 'Bert' Dye-1916-1997-Royal West Kent-Royal Berks-RAOC
    Robert V Dye-1947-1964-129.SQDN ATC
    Herbert Holmes-7th City of London (Civil Service) Rifles-the 'Shiny seventh'-1915-1918
    Holmes, RE-Cfn-25087291-150 Rec Coy-103Bn-REME (V)

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