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phoenix 54

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  1. TonyT, you forgot the 'T' cut...........................
  2. Hey, thank you both..........Maru, I don't drink much, you don't at all! Harvey can therefore 'fill 'is boots'!!! Paul, now having reached middle age!!!
  3. No Maru, due to my birthday party being dragged, kicking and screaming! to tomorrow. I don't think it's quite the ticket for me to be down there and everybody else up here........then again!!! Invited Harvey and Clunk with +1s, 'cos their closer than you! Na Na nana Na!!!!
  4. Jennings, we have a very broad Church, Orthodox,Reformed or Traditional, we happy for everybody to come along!
  5. Hi Mike, and thanks. We know that most of the PRU squadrons were tasked to Coastal Command at one time or another, but always remained under PRU control. There were squadrons of Bomber Command seconded to Coastal and FAA squadrons. Add in the USN and USAAF squadrons, though these were similar to the PRU, as in orders and tasking lay with their own control set up, they just used the bases, one of the 'favorites' being St. Eval in Cornwall. Will we be seeing you at Telford? Paul
  6. Cheers Iain, /\ /\ /\ /\ /\ /\ wot Kagemusha said, innit!
  7. Hi all, Latest update for all "Kipper Fleet" fans............ The reformed Coastal Command SIG WILL have it's first outing at this years (2017) SMW. I have been told that we have table space allocated, so if you want to dust of some of your kits and bring 'em along, we'll be very glad to see/meet you. I'll keep you up to speed as we receive further information. This will be particularly relevant to NON IPMS members, as those of you already with IPMS(UK) will receive time scales and floor plans via the 'in house' magazine. The Coastal Command SIG will remain on the UAMF site (http://
  8. Rob, impugn away! My Dad fought under Auchinleck and Montgomery................guess which one he prefered! The Auck was honest, sadly Churchill wasn't in listening mood, so................Monty got the job............. time scale was about the same.................... If Patton had have had a little more Monty, and Monty had have had a lot more Patton.............. when could the war in the ETO realistically have ended? (answers, on a post card, addressed to the dark side of the moon!) Paul PS Bill for hijacking your thread
  9. G'day Gazza, knew you where in Oz, so exchange rate is around Aus.$1.80 to a £1. Know when the original Klear (other names available!) was on sale over here, it was under £3 a bottle so double it and your not too far out, so Aus.$6 add 30% for shipping etc. still only Aus.$8. Aus.$9 FOR IPA? somebody's havin a laugh!! Dale, sod it, just use varnish!!! Paul
  10. Dale, that's bloody expensive! over $22 a 900gram bottle? Shouldn't pay more than around the $8 - $10 mark, try your local supermarket, household / floor cleaning isle, it's only floor polish! Paul
  11. Mike, Gin IS close to turps ('tis the juniper) BUT, SLOE Gin is a completely different 'animal'!! (and that don't mean adding sloes to juniper made gin, like my brother in law does!?!! )
  12. HEATHEN!!!! Ye dina add ANYTHING to a fine Scotch (maybe just a wee drop of finest spring water, at room temperature) Paul
  13. Richard, wishing April a speedy recovery, and more importantly, no lasting psychological injury. Nobody should have to witness the likes of this, it's bad enough for trained personel, but NOT children. Paul
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