You mean the blind winnebago driver and proud owner of an inflatable tutu?Ah, @Truxx will recall when a certain RM Major arranged for all the surviving members of Kieffer's unit to be flown into Lossiemouth, on a French air force transport, for a memorial service at the Commando Cross in May 2004, just ahead of D-Day 60.
Only problem was that said RM Major omitted to tell RAF Lossiemouth. Which led to a certain frisson when the first thing the station knew was when Froggie AT requested directions to finals from Lossie tower. No arrangements in hand for immigration and customs clearance, let alone helping a number of rather frail veterans.
The icing on the cake was that the good Major had gone to Scotland that day to be on hand. Unfortunately, he became navigationally confused and as the Transall touched down at Lossie, rang his boss to ask whereabouts on the western coast of Scotland could Lossie be found, as none of the locals were able to give him directions and kept sniggering when he asked them.
TC - an absolute legend...